A Mistake That Can Make You Come Too Soon

A Mistake That Can Make You Come Too Soon

If you’re noticing that you are lasting too quickly during sex these days, you just might need to keep clear of a mistake that can easily make you come too soon when you and your lover get frisky in the bedroom.

And I know this is going to sound crazy right now, but this mistake is worrying too much that you’ll ejaculate sooner that you’d like to when things get hot in bed. Make sure you follow along to find out more.

However, before I start explaining the whole thing in detail, let me give you a quick rundown on what happens in the body during sexual arousal…

At its simplest, the brain sets off the endocrine system to produce and release positive hormones to help you get fired up for sex when you and your partner start getting in action. What’s really interesting is this happens involuntarily inside your body and takes place without you even knowing it.

These hormones basically trigger a few significant changes in the body like increased sensitivity in your erogenous zones, a spike in the heart rate as well as your blood pressure getting more intense.

And perhaps the most prominent effect of this hormonal reaction is having a larger than usual amount of blood directed to the erectile tissues in the penis to get you rock hard and ready for sexual penetration. Moreover, these hormones also make every sensation as pleasurable as possible while at it.

However, something rather unpleasant happens in your body when you spend too much time worrying about coming too soon during sex. Instead of producing and releasing positive hormones, the endocrine system churns out stress hormones.

These stress hormones, namely cortisol and adrenaline, basically cancel out the effects of their positive counterparts. Besides making you feel anxious and pressured during sex, they also significantly disrupt the way the male reproductive system works.

To give you an example how these stress hormones can affect your sex session, you won’t just have a problem achieving a stable erection when they are on the loose, but you can also fall victim to premature ejaculation because they speed up the whole process.

You’ll simply find yourself finishing up sooner than you’d like to when you give these stress hormones a chance to muddle things up the next time you and your partner start heating things up in bed. Apart from feeling frustrated yourself, just imagine the disappointment your lover will go through.

So if you’re looking to really last long in the bedroom, keep in mind not to worry too much during sex or else things will become rather premature for you anytime soon.

Now we’ve got that covered, here’s a simple trick to really ensure her orgasm during lovemaking…


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