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Which exercises cure premature ejaculation naturally?
If you are suffering from premature ejaculation, these easy-to-do exercises can help treat your problem naturally. • Kegel Exercises: Pelvic muscle weakness often results in the inability to control ejaculation. Kegel exercises can help increase the strength of the pelvic muscles. Regular kegels bolster the pubococcygeus muscle, which is responsible for retaining ejaculation and urination. Try tightening your pelvic floor muscles and maintain the position for five to six seconds. Now let go and relax for another five to six seconds. Repeat this contraction and relaxation technique a few times. Each contraction should happen in a slow and controlled manner. Perform the rounds for nearly ten times if you can. Do not force yourself, however, if you feel uncomfortable. Gradually, extend the contraction to eight to ten seconds with relaxations of the same duration. • Pause-Squeeze Exercise: Pause-squeeze exercise is a great couple exercise to tackle the problem of premature ejaculation. In this technique, you should begin with foreplay as usual that precedes sexual intercourse. Now, as you approach the moment of ejaculation after penetration, your spouse should squeeze the tip of your penis for a few seconds till the urge to ejaculate dies down. Repeat the squeezing multiple times so that the point finally comes when you can enjoy intercourse without ejaculating. Eventually, the sensation of delayed ejaculation may turn into a habit and will no longer need this pause-squeeze technique. • Stop-Start Technique: In this exercise, you need to arouse but cease sexual stimulation right before the moment of climax or ejaculation. Stay there until the physical as well as mental sensations of arousal have passed away and then start afresh.
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