Tips for Making Sex Last Longer

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Your sex life seems to be going well. You’re able to have sex to completion with your partner, and you deeply enjoy being intimate with them. But the trouble is maybe the sex is going a little too well. While you’re satisfied with being able to orgasm, you want to be able to extend the amount of time that you’re able to spend having sex. 

Making sex last longer can be as easy as changing up a few different aspects of your routine. Here are some tips for extending your times of intimacy. 

Go Slow 

While it may seem like common sense, to make sex last longer you should ease into the actual act of sex. Talk with your partner before you start to have sex and let them know you’re interested in taking things slowly and you want to attempt to extend the amount of time that you’re having sex to increase pleasure. Engage in elaborate foreplay before you start the act of penetrative sex 

Or, literally, go slowly in terms of penetration. Instead of entering your partner and immediately going at it with full force and speed, time your thrusts at a much slower pace. For example, maybe start with one thrust every 30 seconds or longer, gradually increasing the frequency until sex has lasted as long as you and your partner want it to. 

Take Breaks 

When you’re having sex or engaging in foreplay with a partner, you can make the moment last longer by stopping all sexual contact and stimulation right before you’re about to climax. This practice, sometimes referred to as edging, has actually been used to treat premature ejaculation. To do this, you need to have excellent communication with your partner. Before you’re going to orgasm, tell them to stop stimulating you sexually immediately and then give yourself some time before you start to engage in sex again. Not only will this delay the end of sex, but it will also lead to more intense orgasms. 

Use a Condom  

Using a condom isn’t only for participating in safe sex, but can also help you last longer during the act. If you’re with a committed partner or don’t use condoms regularly, you’re used to the sensation of sex without them. If you’re wanting to extend the amount of time that sex is lasting, you should give condoms a try.

Condoms reduce the tactile sensation in the penis, which makes for a different sensation during intercourse. Making this subtle change can extend the amount of time that you’re able to last during penetrative sex. Plus, there are several different kinds of both styles and brands of condoms to try, so you can experiment and find a condom that you enjoy wearing but changes the sensation enough to extend the moments of intimacy. 

Masturbate Before 

Making sex last longer can be as easy as achieving orgasm before you start to be intimate with a partner. If you know that you’re going to be having sex later in the day, try to masturbate an hour or two before you’re with your partner. Most men have a refractory period or an amount of time that they need to recover and recharge before they are able to go again. Masturbating prior to sex may make your body need a bit more time to be able to have sex to completion and make intimate time last longer. 

Try Something New 

You likely know what turns you on the most in the bedroom and if you’re with a long-term partner, they likely do as well. If you want the opportunity to make sex last longer, ask your partner to mix things up and try a new position, or a new technique for sex. Stay away from that position that you know will likely make you orgasm and instead try out something you haven’t before. 

If sex isn’t lasting as long as you’d like it to, you don’t have to settle into the routine of orgasming quickly. Treating sex like a marathon instead of a sprint can be a great way to increase intimacy and sensations of pleasure for both you and your partner. Following these easy tips can make for a better sex life overall. 

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