ORGASM

Are there any techniques to delay orgasm: Many techniques  have been used to delay  orgasm.  The methods commonly used by many include mental arithmetic, local anaesthetic  ointment, wearing  a disposable tissue and a condom around the penis to decrease sensitivity.

Other methods include:Voluntarily interrupting and restarting  the flow of urine repeatedly. Vajroli Mudra and Ashwini mudra. The squeezes stop-start technique.

How does one go ahead with  these exercise: Identifying the pelvic muscles is simple.  Just voluntarily interrupt and restart the flow  of urine.   These are the muscles you need to train. 

Once identified, try contracting and relaxing these  muscles five times, thrice a day; increase  the frequency to ten times in the next  week and then,  15 and 20 times in subsequent  weeks.  Continue  repetitions thrice a day 20 times for four  to six weeks. 

These  exercises  can be  done while standing at the bus stop, sitting  in the office or at any other time.  After contracting the pelvic  muscles, one  should hold them for about  3 seconds before  relaxation’s  and 60 rosemary 70 of these exercise  maneuvers in a day can lead to benefits  in sex  to eight weeks  time.

Are there any exercises for enhancing  the male sexual  performance:Exercises  to strengthen the pelvic muscles (chiefly those surrounding the penis) help to achieve better control over the  orgasmic reflex, improve the quality  or orgasmic reflex, improve  the quality  or orgasm and also  increase the circulation of blood  in the pelvic  areas,  perhaps  leading  to better erectile ability.

Which yogic exercise helps  delay the climax: The Vajroli mudra and Ashwini mudra could  be of help  in the treatment  of early orgasmic response.  in Vajroli mudra,  a person  sits in any  comfortable meditative  asana, places his hands on his  knees, closes his eyes, relaxes and breaths through his nose. 

After  a deep  inhalation, he holds his breath and tries  to draw the sexual   organs  upward  by pulling and tensing  the lower abdomen and contracting the pelvic   muscles. These  contractions are    similar to those    when one has an  urge  to pass urine but  wishes to hold on for some time.

In Ashwini mudra, a person sits  in the Padmasana (lotus positions) or any meditative pose,  relaxes the whole body, closes the eyes,  inhale deeply, hold the breath, bends  the head  forward  and presses the chin tightly   against  the chest  (chin-lock position). 

He then contracts the anal  sphincter and relaxes, and repeats this procedure a few times.  Then he   extends   the neck  (unlocks  the chin),  exhales and simultaneously   relaxes  the sphincter.  These  yogic  exercises  strengthen the anterior and posterior  parts of the pubococcygeus muscles, respectively.