This Is Why You're Coming Too Soon

This Is Why You’re Coming Too Soon

If you’re a guy reading this, chances are lasting long during sex is perhaps the number one item on your checklist when you and your lover get frisky in the bedroom. However, the thing is you’re noticing that you are simply coming too quickly when things get hot in bed these days.

No need to reach for pills and creams that claim to extend your sexual playing time just yet though. I know a possible reason why you’re going through bouts of premature ejaculation during sex.

You’re probably just breathing too fast when you and your partner are prepping up for lovemaking.

Now while this sounds rather crazy right now, you’ll definitely make sure to ease up on your breathing the next time you’re getting at it in the bedroom when you follow along…

See, everything that happens inside your body from the time you get sexually aroused to the moment you achieve orgasm and ejaculate, is triggered by a hormonal reaction that gets set off as soon as the brain senses that you and your lover are warming things up between the sheets.

The most prominent effect of this hormonal reaction is the increase in blood pressure, which plays a key role in making your skin extra sensitive to the touch, especially in and around the erogenous zones, as well as directing a more than usual flow of blood to the pelvic region.

From there, most of it goes to the erectile tissues in the penis to firm it up. This hormonal reaction also ensures that you will stay rock hard until you reach orgasm, which helps guarantee that you’ll give your partner the sexual satisfaction she needs during the experience.

However, there is one effect of this instantaneous rush of hormones in the body that a lot of guys tend to overlook. The breathing spikes up considerably and it can be a factor when premature ejaculation is concerned.

Let me explain what I mean…

Although the body needs oxygen to make sure that all things will go smoothly during lovemaking, having too much in your system at once inadvertently speeds up the sexual arousal process by forcing the endocrine glands to let loose more mood-altering hormones than they’re supposed to.

Sure you may think that this is something beneficial since you can get ready for sex faster because you can get rock hard in half the time, it also means you will inadvertently come too soon in the process.

So if you’re looking to really last long the next things get hot in the bedroom, remember to keep your breathing in check and you’re good to go.

(Now we’ve got that covered, here’s how to get her fired up for sex again easily.)



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