How Positive Thinking Helps You To Last Long In Bed

How Positive Thinking Helps You To Last Long In Bed

Coming too soon during sex is perhaps one of the most disappointing things that can happen to a man. Besides cutting a guy’s sexual satisfaction levels short, chances are his lover will begin to lose interest in sex if it happens too often.

Now while a lot of men reach for medicines and similar artificial means to last longer in bed, there’s one thing I discovered during my extensive research on the male sexuality these past few years that you may find surprising…

It has been found that the mind plays a very important role when it comes to how long you last during sex. It’s the mind that ultimately determines the pleasure you experience during sex. From sending out happy hormones or dopamine in the brain to the buildup of sensations that lead to orgasm, the mind virtually controls the whole process.

What’s really awesome about it is you don’t have to worry about a thing when the mind gets into action during sex. All of its activities are involuntary, pretty much like breathing, and the body automatically takes care of them while you and your lover get things hot in the bedroom

At its simplest, the mind is essentially your autopilot during sex that takes care of the more technical stuff while you and your partner make love. However, not using your mind properly during lovemaking, say thinking negatively for example, can easily lead to unsatisfying results like premature ejaculation.

Let me explain what I mean…

While the mind may be very powerful when lovemaking is concerned, it’s got one primary weakness that can easily turn a potentially mind-blowing sex session into utter frustration. And that’s thinking negative thoughts.

Although this might sound oversimplistic right now, let me explain…

Negative thinking disrupts the mind’s ability to function properly during sex. Now while it doesn’t completely cancel out all the sensations that you go through when you are sexually aroused, mental negativity does muddle up the process.

For starters, when you think negatively you don’t get the right amount of dopamine in your brain, making you feel that you’re getting less sexual pleasure than usual. The blood flow to your penile tissues won’t be as intense, leading to weak erections. Plus, you will feel that your muscles are tired and you’ll also find yourself easily losing your breath, significantly affecting how you’ll pleasure your lover in the process.

And what’s even worse is that thinking negatively during sex makes the brain work harder than it’s supposed to increasing the chances of premature ejaculation. Negativity speeds up the sexual responses your body is getting and could cause sex to be over before you even really get started.

The next time you and your lover get frisky, always keep in mind that negative thinking will only result to things that will make the both of you disappointed between the sheets. Now while there will be times that you’ll feel stressed and anxious, knowing how to deal with them correctly should be on your sexual checklist.

Or else you’ll just find yourself lasting a couple of minutes less the next time you and your partner are at it. (Take it up a notch with this simple trick to make your lover want more sex.)


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