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Over Too Quickly? Here Are 3 Ways To Last Longer In The Bedroom

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When it comes to improving performance in the bedroom, men’s attitudes have been changing drastically over the years. Gone are the days of sexual encounters purely being for the benefit of the guys; where the act itself was a means to an end. These days, a modern man is far more interested in making sure both parties are satisfied, and being seen as a strong, impressive lover. While the intent is now generally present for most men, the execution can be somewhat lacking for some of us. One of the areas in which we may desire a little more prowess, is in the ‘control’ department, and in particular, the control over just how long the whole process lasts.

Premature ejaculation (PE) is not an uncommon problem for men to suffer from. Some studies suggest that as many as 1 in 3 men suffer from it at one point or another in their lives. It is by far the most widespread sexual health issue for men, and as such, remedies for this troubling affliction have been much sought after over the years. While certain techniques have been employed to aid climax delay (some with better results than others), various products have come to market that can help in this department.

Desensitizing sprays

Promescent is a delay medication that involves applying a liquidized spray to the penis before intercourse, which gently numbs the area, desensitizes the user, and allows them to last longer than usual when i the act. It can help those who have severe issues of overstimulation, as well as being useful for those men who have a partner who takes a considerable time to climax themselves, or perhaps someone who just wants to be known for their endurance.

Promescent Desensitizing Delay Spray

One of the best aspects of using Promescent Desensitizing Delay Spray, is that it is classified as ‘local therapy’, meaning that it is applied to the area on which it is needed, rather than a medicine that’s taken orally, and thus is known as a systemic medication. Systemic medication can often result in off-putting side-effects, such as nausea, which is obviously something most of us would rather avoid when embarking on a night of passion.

For those of you skeptics out there, the International Journal of Impotence Research measured the impact of Promescent on the quality of sexual experience and found that the intercourse was almost double in length when the product was used. In addition, it is well worth checking out the Amazon listing reviews, with over half giving it a full 5-star review, with plenty of testimonies waxing lyrical about the numbing power of this spray.

“Instead of 5 minutes, I got to 35 minutes. So thanks”

“One spray works for me and extended performance way beyond my best day. As other posts suggest you will need to experiment to find what works best for you. I would start at one spray and proceed as you learn your sweet spot”

“I was a bit sceptical considering many reviews talk about the amount of sprays and the efficiency, but it’s not too difficult to find the right amount. It’s trial and error really. 3 sprays works for me, and oddly enough you can almost lather it on, despite me reading about it drying quickly. Just don’t spray TOO much because no one wants a completely numb tip”

A healthy lifestyle can aid a healthy sex life

Man doing pushups at the gym

Along with desensitizing sprays, it can help to address other areas of your lifestyle that could be affecting your staying power. Keeping yourself in decent shape should be high on your list of priorities, as studies have found that men with a waist measurement above 40 inches were more than three times as likely to suffer from premature ejaculation.

This could be down to the fact that heavier-set men are more likely to suffer from high blood pressure and high blood sugar levels.

Behavioral techniques

In addition to keeping in good shape and using a desensitizing spray, there are some other techniques that have been noted to help men cope with overstimulation. Some doctors have recommended certain behavioral techniques, such as avoiding actual intercourse for a period of time, and instead, concentrating on foreplay. This takes away the pressure that some men feel during intercourse, but lets them get used to the idea of sexual encounters, without feeling the anxiety associated with their performance. Another technique involves stopping urination mid-flow, which strengthens the pelvic floor muscle, and in turn should help you control and delay ejaculation (which is known in the field as the Kegel technique). There is also, of course, the idea that using thicker condoms can desensitize a user, allowing them to continue intercourse for longer, too.

With the myriad of options available to men in the modern era, those who suffer from PE should not lose hope, or think of themselves as a special case. Millions of men suffer from this particular problem, but the good news is that with certain products and techniques, it can be overcome, and you can go on to have the sex life you always dreamed of.

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