An inability to last a long in the bedroom can be a result of many factors including phycological factors including stress and anxiety and some physical factors including muscle tension and sensory overload.
What is defined as Premature Ejaculation can differ from person to person. Generally speaking it refers to climaxing within 60-90 seconds after penetration. The problem tends to occur in younger men but can affect men at any age. Climaxing too early may not be a problem if this doesn't impact the sexual satisfaction of both parties,
The good news premature ejaculation can be controlled with a combination of behavioural, lifestyle and in some cases medication treatments.
Pelvic floor exercises
Training your pelvic floor muscles can help build strong muscles around the pelvis to aid in blood flow to the area and increasing control over ejaculation. Exercising fast and slow Kegels 3-5 times a day can build and train the pelvic floor muscles.
Helping your partner with lasting longer
If your partner climaxes quicker than you would like, there are some simple things you can do to help extend the experience.