4 Steps To Lasting Longer In Bed For Men

One of the most common relationship issues or complaints we get from men is an inability to last in bed during sexual intercourse. This is sometimes referred to as rapid or premature ejaculation in it’s more severe forms and it occurs for an alarming number of guys. In fact depending on the definition you use, around 40 percent of men lack the control they would like and are interested in ways to last longer in bed during intimacies.

When dealing with a lack of sexual control there is a very wide range of ways to approach the issues, ranging from highly medical based treatments focusing of diagnosis and drugs all the way hypnoses or herbal so called remedies. However, here at Creative Learning believe that there is a much better way to learn how to last longer in bed.

Keep it simple

They often say the simple things in life are often the best, and when it comes to a successful solution for premature ejaculation this timeless saying is spot on. One thing that is often overlooked is that the way you perform in bed is in it’s essence a skill. A skill that can be improved once you know how.

Researcher and author of the popular book on how to last longer in bed:  Last Longer Now, Adam Davey sums it up pretty well when he uses his straightforward manner to sum it up like this for his readers:

“From this point on I’m going to help you beat this, but I need you to think about things in a very different way. You are not curing some major problem. You are not trying to work around a physical defect. What you will be doing is this… You will simply be learning some incredibly effective ways to improve a hand-full of core skill sets that will each improve your lasting time.”
– Adam Davey

It’s pretty simple when you think about it like that isn’t it? But it’s unfortunate that so many guys loose this point as they get carried away thinking about disorders, drugs and sprays when the solution for many lies a lot closer to home. So lets take a look at 4 steps you can take right now

understand your how your body functions

Trying to control something you don’t understand is an exercises in futility which is why if your serious about learning how to last longer in bed you need to start off by getting to grips with how your body operates during sex and the various levels of arousal and how to recognize them.

If you’re like most men who struggle to last in bed you probably have very little idea about how internal tension is created and how it has a big impact on ejaculatory control.

Zone in

There’s a whole heap of ways to improve your mindset and confidence levels during intercourse and your goal should be to put you into a state were you are “In the Zone”. One of the major keys to getting to this level is to stop focusing on yourself and begin to really focus in on your partner. With a little practice you can reach a level where you will forget about all those worries and anxieties and be truly relaxed and enjoying the moment. It’s when you’re in this kind of state that time really does fly.

Cool it down

There’s nothing like knowing you have that ace in your sleeve that you can whip out should you ever need it and when it comes being able to last longer in bed that ace just happens to be knowing a range on techniques and tricks that you can whip out when you feel you are nearing that dreaded point of no return.

Get a training guide

When ever you are trying to improve something whether it’s your golf swing, career opportunities or your bedroom lasting power you can’t beat getting an experts advice and gaining from their insight and experience. Up until recently the offerings where pretty dismal when it came to books on stopping premature ejaculation but luckily that has now changes with authors such as Adam Davey and Aaron Parker bringing out some great training guides that are bringing remarkable results.

While some men will try to sweep this problem under the rug, if you get proactive and take on a fresh attitude there really is no reason at all why you can’t but this problem to bed once and for all.