Erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation are both conditions that can befall any man and these are also the things that would usually lead to sexual performance anxiety.

Since men are natural-born achievers, every time they fall short of a goal (like satisfying their partners sexually), then it can affect their self-confidence in more ways than one.

Improving sexual performance requires different approaches but the good thing is that they are easy and most of the things that you can do are non-invasive, meaning, you don’t need any surgery for them.

That being said, taking male enhancement pills is kind of a cheat as it helps you improve your sexual performance quite easily, but if you are not comfortable in taking them, here are some ways you can improve your sexual performance:

Try Something New Together

Now, this may not necessarily mean sex positions (although trying new positions can certainly help), I am actually talking about activities that you can do with your partner.

You see, sexual stimulation not only happens when you are in bed; it can happen anywhere. Trying something new and doing those things together with your partner will improve your bond with one another.

I suggest that you try cooking, a new sport, or even going to a museum. Anything that has novelty in it will be great.

Never Miss the Foreplay

A lot of men seem to think that penetration is the only way for them to truly satisfy their partners sexually, but if you ask women, they will not reach orgasm if sex doesn’t involve any foreplay.

Sure, you can probably last 10 minutes doing vaginal penetration, but sex without kissing, touching, and even talking dirty is not a great experience for a woman.

If you want to give her the full experience, never miss foreplay.

Learn to Manage Your Stress

Did you know that stress can actually put a damper on your sex life? That’s right, too much stress could lead to anxiety and anxiety may result in premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction (and sometimes even both).

Managing your stress should be one of the things that you should learn in your life. There are plenty of different ways you can do that. Here are just some of them:

  • Getting more sleep
  • Meditating or Yoga
  • Exercising
  • Eating healthy meals
  • Going to therapy
  • And so much more

Open Communication is a Must

I am actually quite surprised that couples don’t have open communication, especially when it comes to sex.

Have you ever played charade before? Do you know how frustrating it is to guess what the other person is doing while most of the time, you gave wrong answers? That is actually how a relationship feels without open communication.

Unless your partner has telepathic abilities, it is important that you talk to them about any issue, really.

For instance, if you feel that you might ‘think’ that they are not satisfied sexually, ask her if that is the case. Do not be afraid to talk openly to your partner. In fact, it is encouraged!