Effective Techniques for Making Love Partners Last Longer

Recent research conducted by Dr. Brendan Zietsch show five minutes as the average time getting down takes for most couples. However, the duration considered long enough to provide sufficient satisfaction has proven impossible to ascertain. Although some couples love it quick, and others prefer last longer, men accomplish the former quite easily while the latter remains a challenge. Doing it slow is often better for women since both arousal and climaxing come faster for a higher percentage of men compared to women. Below are guidelines on how you can stretch your next session to effectively even the @rgasmic scales.

Effective Techniques for Making Love Partners Last Longer

YOU SHOULD BOTH

Talk a lot: Develop a habit of informing each other your exact state when it comes to arousal. Tell your partner when it feels fantastic and when it does not. Using the number system to rate what you feel might be ideal, especially if you are sure it will not interfere with the mood.

Allow your levels of arousal to dictate your next move: Stop your partner’s stimulation if he is nearly done yet you have not even begun. Get him to focus more on you.

Switch stimulation: As opposed to a steady climb toward climaxing, regular switches ensure you both hover. Your sessions will consequently last longer because you focus less on @rgasm.

Change everything including positions: Do anything possible to change the mood while maintaining the appeal and some measure of control.

SHE SHOULD

Take charge: Keep a close eye on your partner’s level of arousal and slow or speed things accordingly.

Keep going: The more often your partner climaxes, the longer he is bound to last the next time.

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