Do you use a condom or lube for climax control?
Have you tried a numbing spray to delay ejaculation?
Ever popped a pill to improve your stamina?
To last longer in bed is the ultimate goal of any man.
It not only prolongs sexual pleasure for people with penises but also boosts their self-esteem.
While stress, anxiety, or medical dysfunction like premature ejaculation can reduce your sexual stamina, there are safe methods to stimulate your sexual prowess!
In this post, I’ll explain everything you need to know about climax control, how premature ejaculation affects your control, what products help you last longer and how you can improve your sexual performance with scientifically proven methods.
Here’s what I’ll cover in this post:
- What is Climax Control?
- A Brief Deep Dive Into PE and DE
- What Products Help You Last Longer?
- A Simple Way To Climax Control
- You Decide When to Climax
What is Climax Control?
Climax control is your ability to last longer in bed. You decide when to ejaculate. You can use scientifically proven innovative methods that naturally increase your stamina like MYHIXEL or opt for condoms, desensitizing gels, pills, and sprays that delay ejaculation.
Here’s the no-brainer:
If you increase the staying power in bed, you can experiment, innovate, and explore new erotic possibilities with your partner.
But that’s not all!
Lasting longer is also a BIG confidence booster for men.
What’s most important?
Staying in control can lead to enhanced sexual pleasure and improved sexual compatibility between you and your partner. You can improve your sexual health, sexual life, and relationships.
However, controlling your climax is not just about delaying your orgasm or building your stamina to prolong your sexual experience.
It can also remedy the impact of premature ejaculation and delayed ejaculation.
A Brief Deep Dive Into PE and DE
Ejaculation problems are very common. If you do suffer from premature or delayed ejaculation, it doesn’t mean you will never be able to enjoy normal sex life.
There is a natural, side-effect free, scientifically proven method to gain total control over male orgasm.
Before I reveal it, let’s dive into some definitions.
What is Premature Ejaculation?
Premature ejaculation or PE is where a man ejaculates too quickly during penetrative sexual intercourse. Some doctors define “too quickly” as less than 3 minutes of engaging in penetrative sex.
What should be the average time to ejaculation?
Not an easy question to answer.
However, a study looking at 500 couples from around the world found the average time taken to ejaculate during intercourse was 5.4 minutes.
On the other hand, a study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine revealed that women took around 14 minutes to orgasm during partnered sex.
You see the problem.
If you cum too soon, you’ll end up leaving your partner frustrated.
PE is a very common ejaculation problem (around 30% of men worldwide suffer from this issue).
While occasional episodes of premature ejaculation should not be a cause of concern, you may want to check with your doctor if the problem is:
- Has been an issue since the start of your sexual encounters.
What is Delayed Ejaculation?
Delayed ejaculation is when a man experiences a significant delay before ejaculation or is unable to ejaculate at all. This can happen even when the erection is normal, and the man wants to climax.
Your medical practitioner may diagnose you with delayed ejaculation if:
- You experience a repeated delay before ejaculation that lasts for 10 minutes.
- You’re unable to ejaculate during half the times you have sex.
Gain Control Over Your Ejaculation
Both premature and delayed ejaculation causes physical as well as emotional trauma in men. It shatters their self-confidence and can destroy their intimate relationships.
Products like condoms and gels that give you some control over when you climax, can momentarily revive your sex life. Some people also swear by kegel exercises and the squeeze technique to gain control over their condition.
However, these are not permanent solutions. Nor are they free from side-effects.
If you, like me, are not too keen on desensitizing your penis or popping pills and want a natural remedy for premature ejaculation without resorting to any gels or condoms, there is another way:
The MYHIXEL method is cognitive behavioral therapy for ejaculation control. The therapy combines gamification through an app with a unique device that can lengthen your sexual stamina by seven times.
Curious to know more?
Let me elaborate.
A Simple Way To Climax Control
Whether you want a night of chilled-out sexual pleasure or wild, unbridled sex – you can be in complete control!
With MYHIXEL – a revolutionary scientific method to help men reach a new sexual level.
MYHIXEL has been developed in collaboration with the Murcian Sexology Institute. It is a proven method of sex therapy that’ll help you last up to seven times longer in bed!
MYHIXEL has two solutions:
- MYHIXEL TR
- MYHIXEL MED
What is MYHIXEL TR?
MYHIXEL TR is for you if you want to improve your ability to control ejaculation. Maybe you don’t always succeed in delaying your orgasm for as long as you want, and you are curious to acquire new skills that will enable you to enjoy more and better sex.
MYHIXEL TR is aimed at improving the quality of your sex life, as well as your well-being.
What is MYHIXEL MED?
MYHIXEL MED, on the other hand, is designed for men with premature ejaculation.
If you ejaculate within less than 3 minutes of initiating penetrative sex and want an alternative side-effect free treatment that can teach you how to control your climax, MED is for you.
Both these products are revolutionary in the male sexual health segment.
In MYHIXEL TR, you use the gamified program in the Play TR app to learn specific motor skills to improve the quality and duration of your sexual performance. You combine it with the MYHIXEL I device, to exercise and improve your sexual capacity.
With MYHIXEL MED, you follow the anonymized Play MED app through a personalized ten-week self-learning program. The activities in the app let you discover your body and teaches you to control the mental and physical aspects of your orgasm. In addition, you use the state-of-the-art penile stimulator MYHIXEL I to actively train your body to last longer in bed.
When you order MYHIXEL MED, you can also schedule an appointment with an expert specialized in sexology and medicine.
Let’s now talk about some other products that people use to try to delay ejaculation.
What Other Products Help You Last Longer?
There are four other products in the market that are usually used to try to delay male climax:
1. Numbing Condoms
Condoms with a coating of benzocaine or lidocaine (mild desensitizers) lubricant, on the inside, is a very common product. Search for control condoms on the web, and you’ll get tons of results with brands like Trojan Extended Pleasure Condoms, Pasante Delay condoms, and Durex Extended Pleasure Condoms.
The special additives in these control condoms work as topical anesthetics. When it gets absorbed in the skin, it numbs the tip of the penis to decrease sensitivity and improve staying power.
How to Use
Use these condoms the same way you would any ordinary rubber.
It can extend the time needed for a man to achieve ejaculation by up to 10 minutes. However, this varies from person to person.
Condoms usually reduce the risk of hiv infection and other STDs.
A numb penis can leave you feeling uncomfortable.
You may experience tingling, itching or burning sensation, and sometimes difficulty in maintaining an erection.
2. Climax Control Gels
Benzocaine-based male genital desensitizer gels, like Mandelay, reduce the sensitivity of the penis nerve endings.
By numbing the penis, the product blocks the signal sent by the penis to the brain and spinal cord when it’s stimulated – this signal blocking delays the time taken by a man to reach orgasm.
How to Use
If the gel has been prescribed by your health care provider, use it as directed.
Or, apply a small amount to the head and shaft of penis 10-15 minutes before intercourse.
Remember to wash off the product after intercourse.
The gel temporarily prolongs the time until ejaculation.
The clear lubricating gel is safe to use with condoms. However, ensure your condom doesn’t have a layer of the numbing agent as well.
It leaves your penis devoid of sensations. So you may not feel any pain until the gel has worn off. Since pain warns you of potential long term injury, you need to be cautious of hard manual stimulation when using desensitizer gels.
Climax control gels can also affect your erection quality.
3. Medicated Sprays
Medicated sprays or desensitizing sprays contain local anesthetics such as lidocaine or prilocaine. These numbing medications work by blocking nerve signals from your penis to your brain.
With the sensitivity of the penis reduced, you can have intercourse for a longer duration before you ejaculate.
How to Use
You need to apply the spray directly to the head and shaft of your penis.
Leave the product for 5-15 minutes as the anesthetic will need some time to get fully absorbed into your skin and start working.
Remember to wipe off any excess spray before you enter your partner. This will minimize any transfer of the anesthetic to your partner. (It is best if you wear a condom to avoid any transfer.)
It can provide relief by delaying orgasm.
Lidocaine spray can be safely used with latex condoms, but it’s not compatible with condoms made of polyurethane.
If the numbing medication gets transferred to your partner, it can numb her vagina, making sex uncomfortable for her. There is also a risk of infection during pregnancy.
Other side effects may include itching or burning sensation, temporary numbness, and loss of erection.
4. Ejaculation Control Pills
Many pills in the market tout themselves as miracle tablets that will give you harder erections, delay ejaculations, and increase sexual stamina. They also claim to be made from natural ingredients.
While it is true that certain medications may be effective in delaying orgasm, these drugs are not specifically approved by the Food and Drug Administration to treat premature ejaculation.
Some doctors may prescribe medicines like antidepressants with serotonin reuptake inhibitors, analgesics, and phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors to provide relief from premature ejaculation.
Dapoxetine, generally categorized as a fast-acting SSRI (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor), is another medication used to treat premature ejaculation.
It is approved only in certain non-US countries. It comes with many undesirable side-effects such as psychiatric issues, weight gain, lower sex-drive, nausea, headache, upset stomach and weakness.
How to Use Them
Use as directed by your health care provider.
Might improve stamina during sex.
The ingredients in the pills may cause allergic reactions, nausea, headache, sleepiness, and dizziness. Even natural ingredients tend to cause allergies.
They can even affect sexual desire, erection and even fertility.
Some of these pills may also be fake products.
Note: While these products may be successful in increasing your staying power, it is recommended that you seek professional medical counsel and take proper medication to treat sexual concerns like premature ejaculation and delayed ejaculation.
You Decide When to Climax
To be able to climax when you want is a natural desire.
And that is how it should be!
Gels, condoms, and pills can only be short-term remedies to delay orgasm. And they also have several side effects.
If you really want to enjoy, explore, and be in total control of this pleasurable game called sex, try MYHIXEL.