Why You Experience Premature Ejaculation And How You Can Stop It

Why You Experience Premature Ejaculation And How You Can Stop It

A lot of guys don’t last as long in bed like they would have wanted to because they’re making a very simple mistake that could be easily corrected.

And this mistake is breathing too fast.

Now while this may sound rather odd, make sure you follow along to find out how your breathing can greatly affect how long you’re going to last the next time you and your lover get frisky in the bedroom.

So here’s the situation…

You and your partner are getting it on in bed. If you are anything like most men, your body is already priming up for sexual arousal to get you ready for action in a few moments.

When you are getting sexually aroused, there are a number of significant changes that happen inside your body. The most noticeable of these are the spike in your blood pressure as well as the speeding up of your breathing.

Depending on how you react to these changes, you are either going to have the kind of sex that will knock your lover’s socks off or simply disappointment her.

Now while the rise in your blood pressure is purely involuntary – meaning your body is the one controlling it and you can’t alter it – there’s one major change during sexual arousal that you can manipulate…

You can easily control how fast you are breathing.

And what’s really interesting about this is you can also ensure that you won’t orgasm too quickly the next time you get ready for lovemaking with your partner.

Let me explain what I mean…

See, the body relies on oxygen being quickly distributed to the male reproductive organs to keep them working efficiently during sex. However, overloading them on oxygen only makes them work harder than they are supposed to and speeds up the normal time it takes to reach orgasm and ejaculation.

However, here’s a trick that you should keep in mind the next time things get hot in the bedroom…

When you feel you are already sexually aroused, try to slow down your breathing as much as you can. Try to go for long, deep breaths instead of quick, shallow ones.

Besides preventing your body from going into full-on sexual mode faster than it should, this also prevents your sexual organs from getting too excited, which may lead to premature ejaculation.

Make sure you try this trick on your next lovemaking session and surprise your partner.

(And here’s what you should do if your lover is ovulating.)

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