How Do I Last Longer in Bed?

This is one of the question I get the most often from men. How do I last longer i bed?

There are several ways to answer this question, and we are going to cover the best methods to last longer here.


You probably already have heard of this technique or instinctively made use of it, but if you just need a kind of quick-fix in the moment way to cope, this can work. While you’re having sex and getting all worked up and excited, just make sure to stop before you reach the moment of no return and make a short break so your excitement cools down a bit, and then keep on doing it. In most cases the break just needs to be somewhere around 10 seconds to help you keep going for a bit longer.

Desensitizing Condoms

Now most condoms already reduce the amount of sensation you get, but there are condoms especially with that purpose. They contain benzocaine, which is a substance that reduces the feelings on your penis. However, I don’t really recommend this – why should you have to “numb” yourself in order to last longer?

Squeeze It

The squeeze technique helps by temporarily repressing your ejaculatory reflex. This is what you do: just before you reach orgasm, you squeeze your penis right below the head, and you apply the most pressure on the urethra (which is the tube running near the underside of your penis).


At this point I want to tell you a short story about Steve. Steve came to me around 2 years ago and asked me: “How do I last longer in bed?”

And I told him about exercises and programs and techniques, and he asked me: Well, isn’t there just some pill I can take?

And yes, there are tons of pills you can take (and pay for).

But they don’t really help you to last longer, and/or they have some side effects of the kind you don’t want to deal with.

Masturbating before sex

While it is true that if you have already ejaculated once, ejaculating the second time will take longer, there’s a problem with this method too: you probably will enjoy sex less if you just rubbed one off. What’s more, your erection might not be as hard.

Train your PC muscle

Your pubococcygeus muscle (PC muscle) is what controls the intensity of your ejaculation – and if you have full control over your PC muscle, it can even control when you ejaculate.

Kegel exercises can help you to train your PC muscles.

The nice thing about PC muscle excercises is that you can do them pretty much everywhere you are.

So here is how you get started:

First of all, next time you pee, simply stop it midflow. There, that’s the muscle you want to exercise. The same muscle you use to stop urinating. Now during the course of your day, simply flex this muscle repeatedly to make it stronger.

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