Tantric Sex for Premature Ejaculation

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February 24th, 2015

The most common sexual issue in men is premature ejaculation (PE). Those who have had a testicle removed due to cancer or another condition, in medical terminology known as an orchiectomy, have a higher chance of experiencing PE. Luckily, there are lots of treatment options available. Some men benefit from antidepressants which lessens arousal. Then there are prescription drugs, numbing agents and condoms, and methods such as the start-and-stop method, Kegels and the squeeze method. One natural method is to practice tantric sex or tantric yoga. This is the art of sex through the philosophy of yoga. You may begin by practicing Kundalini yoga. This is a good kind to practice with your partner. It helps with flexibility, muscle control, relaxation and centering one’s self. This will make you more aware of both your own sensations and your partners. Your added perception will help you to focus on your partner and how to fulfill their desires. This form of yoga, like Kegels, may also strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, helping to stave off orgasm. Now you are ready to begin tantric sex.

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The first step is to synchronize your breathing. To do this, sit across from one another looking into each other’s eyes. See if you can harmonize and breathe the same way, inhaling and exhaling at the same time. Practice this for five to ten minutes. Now it is time to incorporate touch. Caress one another’s bodies and talk about what feels good. Maintain eye contact and move into foreplay. Make sure you still breathe in harmony. Go slowly and concentrate on the pleasure you are giving. Ask your partner to tell you what feels good, and do the same. Next, move into penetration. Go slowly. Make it sensual. Exercise mindfulness keeping yourself focused not on your own pleasure but on the moment and everything that’s happening. Keep it slow and remember to breathe deeply. The more you concentrate on your own breathing the longer you will last. Use your pelvic floor muscles to hold back your orgasm. If you believe you are about to climax, take a break. Relax. Change positions or tighten your muscles and breathe deeply. Then carry on. With practice, tantric sex can help couples become closer, increase pleasure and help you to last longer, all at once.

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