Why You Should Masturbate Frequently To Prevent Premature Ejaculation

Why You Should Masturbate Frequently To Prevent Premature Ejaculation

One thing I’ve learned while extensively researching into the male sexuality is the need to masturbate regularly to last longer during sex. I know this sounds a bit odd, but you’ll find out more when you follow along…

See, the body goes through a step by step process during sexual arousal. Unlike what a lot of guys mistakenly think, getting an erection isn’t something instantaneous as soon as things get hot in the bedroom. It’s actually the result of a series of events that happen inside the body.

Let me give you a quick rundown of what happens in the body during sexual arousal to help you understand the whole thing better.

When you and your lover get frisky in bed, the brain instructs specific glands to produce and release hormones that cause a number of significant changes in the body. Besides quickening the heart rate and spiking up the blood pressure, these hormones also make the male erogenous zones like the penis, scrotum and the areas around them more sensitive when stimulated.

One very notable effect when these hormones are released is the increased blood supply to the pelvic region. The blood is directed to the erectile tissues in the penis to firm it up and get it ready for sex.

However, the work of these hormones isn’t over when a stable erection is achieved. They also help the body decide if it’s time to orgasm and ejaculate.

And here’s where having masturbation in your regular schedule comes in…

The pleasurable sensations you feel during lovemaking are actually one of the effects of the hormones being released during sexual arousal, which also have mood-altering properties. Allowing these sensations to happen too fast will simply lead to a very unpleasant result when things get hot in the bedroom.

And this result is premature ejaculation.

Premature ejaculation basically happens when the body experiences an overload of pleasurable sensations without giving the body a chance to acclimatize to them. Unless you train your body to receive these sensations at a slower pace, chances are you will constantly ejaculate prematurely every time you and your partner make love.

Masturbating frequently allows you to know when you are at your sexual peak, which basically means the time when you are the most vulnerable to reach orgasm. Just to make things clear though, this isn’t something you will master immediately. It needs a bit of practice to really pull it off, but all of it’s going to be worth it (and enjoyable as well).

And here’s one simple mistake you could be making that’s┬ánegatively affecting your lover’s ability to become fully sexually receptive.


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