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Five Ways to Last Longer in Bed

Update Date: Jul 30, 2014 09:02 PM EDT
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Cut Down on Drugs

Drinking alcohol, smoking cigarettes can help boost your social confidence. It can reduce anxiety and stress and put you in the right place to talk to that cutie you've been eyeing all night.  However, because alcohol is depressant drug, too much could seriously stall or prevent erections.

Let Her Take Control

Letting her sit on top and take control can make your penis feel less stimulated, especially when she's going slow and steady. Suggest that she avoids going long and fast.  You can also try staying still as she rides on tip could also help stall your climax. Letting her be in control can help reduce penile sensitivity.

Have a Regular Sex Partner

Men tend to get overly excited when they have sex with a new woman for the first time. This is especially true if the woman is someone they've been thinking about for a while. Being in a relationship is a very good way of enhancing bedroom performance, as you'll get more relaxed and secure during sex the more time you spend with them.

Take Gingko Biloba Supplements

These herbal supplements can keep you going by boosting genital blood flow. It can help boost endurance and lovemaking time. The supplement is also believed to boost desires, excitement and orgasm.

Study the Kama Sutra

Invest in a sex position encyclopedia and find positions that will cut penile sensitivity.

"There is a technique mentioned in the Kama Sutra for delaying ejaculations that basically comes down to training yourself to last longer," A.L. Harper, a sex expert and former editor of a UK-based men's magazine.  "He should then build more strokes slowly over the course of 4 or 5 minutes, until he is moving one stroke per second." If the man starts to feel like he is going to come, he should stop and "hold himself inside his partner until he feels in control again. Then he begins the whole process again."

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