Tips On How to Perform Better in Bed As a Man
A fulfilling, romantic relationship is the foundation for a happy and understanding family life.
When a man is unable to sustain his sexual performance then this may contribute to strain within a relationship.
It can as well lead to the trouble of a couple or even splitting up.
The premature ejaculation difficulties contribute to a loss of self-confidence and self-esteem. It makes the matter a whole lot worse for a man if his partner isn’t understanding or supportive. There are many methods to influence how a man performs in bed which will lead to a more satisfactory sex life.
The erection of the penis is undoubtedly the most important part for males to perform sexually, and it requires very good blood circulation to this male organ.
When this occurs in the right way then enlargement of the penis takes place in a natural way and delivers full satisfaction to both the man and his partner.
If the blood flow to the penis is restricted when sexually aroused then sensation and feeling will be confined and may result in premature ejaculation.
To help avoid this, indulging in activities like a workout, walking or another exercise to increase circulation and staying power might help you to improve performance when learning how to perform well in bed as a men.
Mental control and deep breathing are necessary for a reasonable heightened sexual performance which once mastered you will find truly rewarding.
By understanding how to regulate breathing during sexual intercourse, you will be making use of just about all the natural solutions.
1. Secrets of Foreplay
Foreplay seems to be the simplest of acts that tend to get swept under the rug for whatever reason.
A woman normally needs this time for their bodies to react to the stimulation in order to get their juices flowing.
Because men seem to be stimulated so easily, some feel like she’s just as ready to go as he is, but this is not at all the case!
In fact, recent studies show that on average, it takes a woman 11 minutes in order to reach orgasm where it only takes a male 3 minutes.
Without foreplay, you could be losing precious time seeing how by the time actual penetration takes place, she’s just starting to become aroused and you’re almost finished! If you are the type of man who tends to come before she does, perhaps using a decent amount of foreplay can bridge that gap.
Getting back with the whole idea of a woman taking longer to be aroused and achieve orgasm, sexual stamina is another issue that can be corrected with the right amount of research and effort.
There have been plenty of exercises and techniques developed to help a man gain control of his orgasm to last long enough to bring his partner to hers.
Along with vitamins and lotions that can be purchased online or even at your local pharmacy, elongating your sexual stamina or endurance will have the benefit of letting your woman “catch up” so to speak with regard to stimulation.
Being able to last long enough in bed to satisfy your partner is absolutely essential!
2. Strengthening The PC Muscle
The proper name for it is the pubococcygeus muscle, but PC is what most people know it by. With this muscle, you control the flow of urine. It’s the very same function that you use to start and then begin urinating.
Kegels are very powerful in making this muscle better and stronger, which will grant you a firmer erection and make it so that you can cure premature ejaculation over time.
Simply do a few squeezes, hold, and releases several times a day when you are showering or relaxing. This muscle will start to get a little tender, but this just proves that it is no different than any other muscle and can be strengthened. This one technique alone will grant you a lot of staying power.
This also has been known to help men who suffer from erectile dysfunction, because it promotes a harder penis.
It also strengthens the other muscular functions that occur when a man ejaculates, which means that it can help you control premature ejaculation, partly do to the fact that it strengthens the muscles in the pelvic floor going all the way back to the anal sphincter.
It also improves the Cremaster muscle which is the connective tissue that raises and lowers the testicles, mainly to help protect sperm during temperature regulation.
As a side benefit – this is also how a man can empower himself to eventually have multiple male orgasms.
3. Careful Masturbation Practice
The number one reason that most men cannot perform great in bed typically goes back to them masturbating way too quickly during their youth.
Even now this is a risk. You can retrain your penis to perform much better. Keep in mind to use nice, slow and softer strokes.
There is also a process called edging which you can do when masturbating. This is when you continue as normal, but back off just before the PONR (point of no return). The idea is to wait until everything calms down again, and repeat several times more. This is good practice that can really help over time.
If you want to improve how you perform starting tonight, you should understand that some positions are not the greatest for male stamina.
Doggy style is one of the better ones, while the most common which is a missionary is actually the worst for men who are trying to last longer.
Cowgirl and reverse cowgirl are also pretty good positions to use to maintain control.
5. The Deep Position
There is a special erogenous zone that women have that is called the A spot. This can be found deep inside the vagina, and it borders the uterus. You’ll find it on the top, the inner wall of the vagina.
This requires deep penetration to stimulate, but that does not mean that you need to have a large penis.
There are two advantages to knowing about this zone. One, its one of the easiest places to stimulate a woman and can lead to her having multiple orgasms. Two, because it is so deep inside, the best practice is not to thrust into it but, rather to “massage” it with the head of your penis.
The best technique would be to think of pushing upwards. Lock your hips with hers and get as deep inside as possible, and push and rub the upper wall of the vagina.
Chances are pretty good that you won’t feel this spot particularly, but over time – she will. This can take a little practice and experimenting, but don’t sweat it.
Why am I recommending this position to you? Because one thing that leads to premature ejaculation is too much thrusting, and thrusting during intercourse too rapidly.
This zone and technique require that you use very little movement, which can keep your blood pressure down, and allow you to not be too stimulated.
The A zone positioning also allows you to focus more on your breathing. Proper breath control is essential in calming your ejaculatory response and the corresponding muscles.
Breathing deep is good, but you don’t need to keep counting. What is important is keeping your breath patterns consistent. This will help slow your heart rate, clear your mind and relax the muscles a little more.