Why You're Coming Too Soon During Sex These Days

Why You’re Coming Too Soon During Sex These Days

“Just think about baseball.”

If you’re a guy reading this, chances are you probably heard this tip once or twice when it comes to lasting longer during lovemaking. Now while it does sound rather crazy, you’ll be surprised to know that there’s scientific proof that it works.

Make sure you follow along to find out more…

However, before I get into the finer details of the subject, let me give you a quick rundown on what happens inside your body when you and your lover are starting to get frisky in the bedroom.

As soon as the brain detects that things are getting hot in bed, it immediately fires up the body for the sexual arousal process. The brain kicks things off by stimulating the endocrine glands to produce and release certain feel-good hormones that trigger the changes needed to get you ready for a sex session.

Besides picking up the pace on your heartbeat and breathing rate, these hormones also direct a more than usual amount of blood to your pelvic region where most of it is absorbed by the erectile tissues in the penis.

An erection is achieved when these spongy tissues finish absorbing all the blood they need. They are also naturally designed to retain this blood until you reach orgasm so you won’t lose your erection without a warning in the middle of the action.

Interestingly, the brain is also naturally wired to hold off orgasm and ejaculation to allow you to experience maximum sexual pleasure. This attribute gives you the opportunity to give your lover the sexual satisfaction she wants while at it as well.

However, there is one key factor that can easily disrupt this sexual arousal process, which can also significantly raise your chances of experiencing premature ejaculation during lovemaking.

And this is worrying that you’ll come too quickly.

This is because the endocrine glands are forced to churn out stress hormones along with their feel-good counterparts. Apart from affecting your sexual mood by making you extra anxious and fidgety during lovemaking, it also speeds up the sexual arousal process, which can lead to premature ejaculation.

I know this sounds simplistic, but keeping in check what you’re thinking about during sex can either mean coming too quickly when you and your partner are getting at it in bed or perhaps a very pleasurable and fulfilling experience for the both of you.

So the next time you and your partner are having a sex session, just keep in mind to enjoy the action. You’ll be surprised how much longer you’ll last.

(Now we’ve got that covered, here are a few foreplay pointers you should have in your sexual checklist to really take her pleasure up a notch.)

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