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My sexual life is too bad my penis in very bad. Condition I'm so ten's about my sex timing.

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1. Strengthen the Pelvic Floor You may already be doing your own Kegel exercises, which can help heighten your arousal. But he should be doing his own version of male keels. "Studies show that Kegel exercises can help men improve the strength of their erection and help with premature ejaculation, says Dr. Levine. Here's a how-to guide for him if he's all, "Is a Kegel a breakfast food? 2. Try Different Positions Don't stick to just one position from beginning to all-too-soon end during sex. "Switching positions and trying different types of stimulation can provide continued arousal but maybe not to the point of orgasm, advises Dr. Levine. "So if she takes longer, as is usually the case, she can gear up to the orgasms more gradually with him and both can last longer. 3. Be Active You don't have to exercise together if you don't want to, but Dr. Levine says that it's important for your sex life that you both to stay in shape. "Exercising regularly will keep the blood flowing for both of you, he says. "Both of you will feel healthier, and you get the bonus endorphins and stamina to mix into your couple time. And it doesn't have to be a major change; losing just 10 pounds can help boost your sex drive. 4. Masturbate Before Sex It really works. If a guy can find the time for a quick masturbation session, he'll see the benefits when it's time to do the deed. If he's already ejaculated within a couple of hours of having sex, it'll take him longer to climax the second time around. Um, you should already know this by now. But in case you and/or your guy needed one more reason to quit, lighting up is dark news in the bedroom. "A healthy vascular system is essential if your man wants to have a reliable and strong erection, Dr. Levine warns. "Smoking does nothing but slow both of you down. 5. Quit Smoking! Um, you should already know this by now. But in case you and/or your guy needed one more reason to quit, lighting up is dark news in the bedroom. "A healthy vascular system is essential if your man wants to have a reliable and strong erection, Dr. Levine warns. "Smoking does nothing but slow both of you down. 6. Limit Drinking A drink or two is fine (especially if it helps get you in the mood), but anything more can ruin it all. "Alcohol is a depressant and at higher doses can put him at risk of delivering a poor performance, states Dr. Levine. 7. Apply Pressure When he feels like he's about to ejaculate, he can grab his shaft right below the head and gently squeeze for 5-10 seconds. The pressure on his urethra and constriction of blood flow will help repress his orgasm. This kind of tactic is a common practice for edging, where the goal is halt an orgasm (for men or women) just before climax, take a moment to calm down, and then start back up again, ultimately leading to an incredibly intense orgasm eventually. 8. Try a Cock Ring Just as he can apply pressure with his hand, a cock ring provides sustained pressure and restricts blood flow. The ring fits over the base of his penis and keeps his penis harder longer while also delay his orgasm. (Cock rings also come in vibrating versions, increasing your pleasure simultaneously.) 9. Use a Condom For most guys, a condom decreases penis sensitivity (to a degree). The thicker the condom, the less he'll feel. Condoms come in all different thicknesses, ranging from .05 millimeters to 1 millimeter. If you're looking for a thick condom to decrease sensation, try Lifestyles Extra Strength. (Never, however, double up on condoms. That is a recipe for condom slippage and tearing.)
You want to increase your sex time. I advise you to do start and stop technique and squeezing method to delay ejaculation during sex. Do kegel exercises daily. For better guidance and natural, safe and permanent treatment to increase sex time, consult me, by calling through Lybrate.
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