5 most effective ways to stop premature ejaculation without medication

Premature ejaculation is the most prevalent sexual dysfunction impacting men. It affects nearly 40% of males, regardless of age, ethnicity, or socio-economic condition. The good news is you do not need to worry about it anymore. You can overcome it without the need for costly medical treatments or drugs. Here’s what you need to do:

1. Slow down you tempo

This technique requires you to slow the pace of pelvic thrusting and varying the angle and depth of penetration before the “point of no return.” When done in conjunction with engaging your pelvic muscles this approach becomes very effective.

2. Pause-start method

If slowing the tempo is not sufficient to prevent the premature ejaculation, one may need to stop thrusting completely while maintaining penetration in order for the “ejaculatory urgency” to go away. Once the sensation to ejaculate subsides, pelvic thrusting may be resumed. Stopped thrusting helps to greatly reduce the sensation hence prolonging the game.

3. Strengthen your pelvic floor muscles

A recent research found pelvic muscle exercise to be more effective than medication in treating premature ejaculation. When the pelvic muscle is strong enough it will tend to delay the onset of premature ejaculation. To strengthened your pelvic floor muscles, sit comfortably and squeeze the muscles 10-15 times in a row. Don’t hold your breath or tighten your stomach, buttock or thigh muscles at the same time. For most men these muscles are weak and get weaker with age, increasing the likelihood of premature ejaculation.

4. Reduce your concentration

When you are thrusting and enjoying the penetration, do not put all your mind in the game. Its advisable to keep your mind preoccupied with other activities which are totally unrelated with sex.

5.  Talk to an expert

Since premature ejaculation can have psychological sources, talking to a sexual therapist can be an excellent approach. Always keep in mind that there is nothing wrong with talking about our sexual health – in fact, we should frequently do more of it!