Improve your sexual performance
If you’re looking to maintain sexual activity in bed all night, you’re not alone.
Many men are looking for ways to enhance their sexual performance. This can include developing existing problems or searching for new ways to keep your partner happy.
There are plenty of male enhancement pills on the market, but there are many simple ways to stay firmer and last longer without having to visit the pharmacy.
Keep in mind that your penis works on blood pressure, and make sure your circulatory system is working at top shape. Basically, what’s good for your heart is valuable for your sexual health.
Keep reading to find other easy ways to improve your sexual performance.
1. Liberate your body’s energy in a new way
“Go dancing or try yoga,” says Moon. “Once you confirm your connection with your own body, you can affirm your connection with your partner’s body.” One survey found that coupled but sexually inactive people were prone to feelings of sadness and felt unattractive. Reclaim your sexual power by finding new ways to move and get appropriate in your body.
2. Reignite your dopamine with a fresh experience
“Doing something new creates a sense of bonding and affection. Think outside of the box and do an activity that might scare you or excite you, like an amusement park ride or an breakout room,” advises Sunny Megatron, sex educator and co-host of the American Sex Podcast. “You will create dopamine and duplicate the same feelings you had in the honeymoon phase of your relationship.”
Experts say dopamine and other chemicals in the brain are directly linked to physical attraction and romantic passion, which is why bonding over a new activity together could help spark encouragement.
3. Schedule a sex “fact-finding” night
“Take one night to have a raw discussion about what you do and don’t like sexually, explore new sex moves, and talk about your hidden fantasies,” Megatron told Healthline. “Don’t pressure yourself to be sexy, just experiment to see what you like and say what you normally avoid saying out of fear of embarrassing yourself or sounding insensitive.”
A 2016 online research analysis on 1,200 men and women ages 18-25 showed that men and women have wildly different sexual expectations. These expectations are unlikely to change overnight, so couples must communicate their likes and dislikes in bed in order to have a mutually enjoyable experience.
4. Take a sex class and use your weekend to practice
“Taking a couples’ sex class can open up a whole new avenue of sex play,”. Finding a one-night sex class is as easy as hopping on eventuate or Facebook. Couples can learn about new sex positions, techniques, and toys and props for sex play, in a learning environment that is fun — not intimidating.
When I took a bondage class with my partner, the sex educator was welcoming and made us feel appropriate. I recommend it to any couple that wants to have fun while learning new tricks.
5. Go on a sexy overnight getaway (or not)
“Go away to experiment with [a] little role-play. Make up backstories for your characters ahead of time, dress up, and have fun with it,” says Megatron. The U.S. Travel Association even reports that couples that travel together have better sex lives.
But, some couples working their way back to intimacy may find a sexy rendezvous challenging. “Going on a romantic getaway can create too much pressure to perform,”. “You will benefit even if you spend time together in ways that are nonsexual. Go hiking calm or visit a new local spot.”
6. Get cozy and chill with an erotic movie
Get to know each other’s experience of titillation,” says Moon. “There is porn that is couple-friendly.” For porn sites that offer female-friendly, queer-friendly, and couple-friendly alternatives, Moon suggests Sssh, Crashpadseries, and FrolicMe.
For couples that want to take a walk on the wild side, Megatron suggests attendant a weekend sex convention. “There are sex conventions year-round in approximately every city. They offer sex classes and you can observe sex play without engage. Reserve those opinion for when you get home later.”
7. Pleasure yourself in front of your partner
“Masturbating allows your partner to see you enjoy pleasure, which can build intimacy,” says Moon. Allowing your partner to witness how and where you like to be touched is practicing a level of vulnerability that boost closeness. Masturbation also has numerous health benefits, including improving your mood and relieving pent-up stress, which is a great primer for more sex.
For adventuresome couples, Megatron has a more daring suggestion. “Wear a remote-control sex toy on your date and let your partner hold the remote
discipline. Use it as a form of extended foreplay to put your libidos in overdrive before you reach home.”
8. Have a one-to-one talk to air out seeded stress
Lack of communication is often what leads to sex droughts in a relationship. According to the Guardian, a recent survey found that couples who argued frequently were 10 times happier than those that avoided conflict. “Practice having hard conversations,” says Moon. “Fostering intimacy can often be as simple as having a conversation you have been avoiding.”
Don’t get discouraged by what your partner says. Just remember that discovering what’s wrong in your relationship is part of making an effort to improve it. “There are solutions if you are willing to compromise,” says Megatron. “Even if you are sexually mismatched, you can get creative and fix those inequities.”
If nothing else works, tap into your inner needs
Stress and the busyness of life are other factors that affect sexual intimacy, but there are fruitful ways to overcome setbacks. “Sometimes you just need to tap into something simple to get back on track, but many people let fear or embarrassment stop them from trying,” says Megatron.