A recent study from the NHS found that over 500 couples from 5 different countries, it took an average of 5-and-a-half minutes during intercourse to ejaculate. Whilst there’s absolutely no right or wrong number because it’s about the pleasure of the two individuals alone, many men claim that they wish they could last longer — and women often feel the same.

The good news is that men can actually train this part of their life. It is possible to last longer through various traditional methods, but there’s one in particular that stands out. Remember, if you’re both happy in the bedroom, don’t let numbers let you think there’s an issue where there isn’t.

Using tech to last longer

Technology is something that is having increasingly prevalence in people’s intimate lives, but the MYHIXEL MED caters to a sort of training. The device seeks to answer the question of how to control ejaculation? And it does this by using acting as a gamified fleshlight. Essentially, the man uses the device to masturbate, and the device will personalize to him specifically.

Then, it will edge the user towards climax but will try and extend the time it takes. The settings can be manipulated on the smartphone and claims to improve men’s sexual performance up to 7 times longer.

The most prominent reason for premature ejaculation is psychological. Whilst it may seem like tech can’t solve that, it actually can. The training devices give you a sense of control and confidence over your climax. It’s that control and confidence that actually manifests into the bedroom with longer-lasting sex.

Other methods to improve sexual experience

Whilst the tech route works, it shouldn’t be the only thing you’re trying. It’s important to engage in enough foreplay to ensure your partner is also closer to climax, meaning that they stand a better chance of climax within this timeframe. This can also lead to an extension in your definition of sex, and help prevent the male orgasm from dictation the sex — it shouldn’t be the focal point!


Furthermore, you can try exploring different positions too. Some positions may feel better for your partner and simultaneously allow you to last longer. This can also be a mental endeavour, so try and stay calm and focus on your partner’s pleasure instead of your own – this can then lead to lasting longer because the focus is taken away from the matter.

Or, you can try and think of something entirely different, like maths. This would only be brief, as you want to resume back “into the moment” and isn’t the best method, but it can be a good last resort.

During these positions, you can practice stop-starting when changing position. A simple deep breath can go wonders, but squeezing the head of the penis for 10 seconds can help you “reset”. Furthermore, masturbating a couple of hours before sex is perfectly healthy and can help build stamina.

Finally, safe sex can also lead to longer-lasting sex. Condoms may not be a favourite of yours, but they hit two birds with one stone. Firstly, they help ensure birth control and prevent spreading sexually transmitted diseases. But secondly, they can help guys take longer to finish. Much longer in fact, and once you get used to them, they may feel perfectly comfortable.

 

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