According to an article from Healthline, there are various techniques to help delay premature ejàculation. Here are some of these methods:
1. The stop-and-go technique:
The stop-start technique allows you to prolong pleasure and delay climax during sèxual activity. If you feel the urge to ejaculate, pause the activity. Once the level of excitement has subsided, you can resume intimacy.
2. Pelvic floor exercises:
Strengthening your pelvic floor muscles can be beneficial in managing premature ejàculation. Research suggests that these exercises can help improve control over the ejaculatory reflex and extend the time to climax. Here are some steps to perform pelvic floor exercises:
– To identify the correct muscles, try pausing the flow of urine or tightening the muscles that prevent passing gas.
– Lie down and contract your pelvic floor muscles for three seconds, then relax. Repeat this at least ten times, three times a day.
– Gradually increase the duration of the contractions as your muscle strength improves. Practice the exercises while walking, sitting, or standing throughout the day.
– Maintain focus and engage only the pelvic floor muscles, without tightening the muscles in your stomach, thighs, or back.
3. Explore non-penetrative intimacy:
Taking a break from penetrative sèxual activities can be helpful if you feel pressured to perform. Remember that physical closeness and connection with your partner can be achieved through various other enjoyable and intimate activities that do not involve penetration.
By incorporating these techniques, you can work towards prolonging early discharge and enhancing sèxual experiences. It’s important to communicate openly with your partner and explore what methods work best for both of you.