If you’re concerned about how to last longer in bed, you’re certainly not the only man who has ever wondered about that. There are many different techniques that a man can use, and some of them are more effective than others. It also depends somewhat on the man. Some men are simply more sensitive to sexual stimuli than other men, and they may have trouble controlling their ejaculation response long enough to have a satisfying sexual experience – at least some of the time. If that happens frequently, you may have premature ejaculation, which is generally treatable.
One of the easiest ways to last longer in bed is to distract yourself when you get close to ejaculation. That takes away any immediate urge by getting your mind off of what you’re doing and onto something that’s not nearly as interesting. If you wait too long, though, this technique won’t be effective. Make sure you start trying to distract yourself early enough to avoid ejaculation. This can take some practice, but it’s worth the effort to be able to last longer and provide more pleasure for your partner.
You can also stop and start more frequently, because that breaks up the rhythm just enough for you to be able to relax momentarily. Then when you start again it will take a little while for you to build back up to the point of being ready to ejaculate. Your partner can help you with that exercise if you want, or you can also practice on your own by masturbating and stopping a few times as you get close to orgasm, before you allow yourself that release. There are more complicated techniques that can be used, but simple is often better and more effective for the majority of men.
How to last longer in bed is not a new question, so there’s plenty of information available about the issue. Some of it is wrong, of course, so you have to weed through and see what you can find. If you have serious problems with premature ejaculation and really want to be able to last longer in bed, you may want to talk to your doctor about taking an antidepressant. That can give you the side effect of trouble achieving an orgasm. That would be bad for most people, but for premature ejaculators it can balance out into a more standard response to sexual intercourse.