Premature ejaculation, or PE for short, is a condition where you have trouble controlling your ejaculation. You may feel like you’re losing control of when to ejaculate during sex—and even if you manage not to come too soon, it can still feel like too much happens too quickly.
If this sounds familiar and has been bothering your performance in the sack, then there are some simple ways of delaying orgasm and making sure both parties enjoy themselves more. Here are the best exercise for premature ejaculation –
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Back Squeezing – Kegel Exercise #1
If you’re unfamiliar with Kegel exercises, they’re a series of exercises that strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.
The first step is to lie on your back with your knees bent and pointing upward. Next, tighten your pelvic floor muscles as if you are trying to stop urinating. Hold for five seconds before releasing. Repeat 10 times in a row for the first exercise, then relax for one minute before doing again.
The key here is to ensure that when you do this exercise, you only use the muscles around your penis/testicles and anus.
Side Squeezing – Kegel Exercise #2
The second exercise is called “side squeezing.” You can do this Kegel exercise while lying down on your side. Lying down with one arm above your head will help you isolate the pelvic floor muscles more easily.
To perform this exercise:
- Spread your legs apart and insert a pillow between them to separate them further.
- Squeeze your legs together for five seconds before releasing them.
- Repeat this process three times per set, and repeat the same number of sets you did with the first exercise.
Chair Squeezing – Kegel Exercise #3
You can do this exercise anywhere, anytime. To do the chair squeezing exercise –
- Sit on a chair and squeeze your pelvic muscles to stop your urine flow.
- Hold for 5 seconds, and then relax for 10 seconds.
- Repeat ten times with three to five sets each time
Regularly doing these exercises will help delay ejaculation in men who suffer from premature ejaculation.
Stop and Start Technique – Exercise #4
This technique is for those who have tried the Kegel exercises but are not seeing results. The idea here is to practice delaying ejaculation through practice and see if it will work.
You’ll need to continue masturbation up to the level when you are about to have an orgasm. This is when you must stop the process and avoid completing the process of ejaculation. Relax and do the process again. This process strengthens your control over different nerve endings in your pelvic area.
Squeezing Technique – Exercise #5
If you have problems controlling your ejaculation during intercourse, this one can help. It is a technique involving forceful inhibition of controlling ejaculation, which can also help you in holding an erection for an extended period of time.
The squeezing technique is a simple exercise one can practice while masturbating or during intercourse. It involves holding and forcing the penis until the feeling of cum stops.
Premature ejaculation is the unexpected and uncontrolled ejaculation of semen during intercourse. It can be caused by physical, psychological or combined factors. Trying an exercise for premature ejaculation is the early way to deal with it. It is one of the red flags that hinders the sexual experience for you and your partner.