Do This And You'll Last Longer In Bed

Do This And You’ll Last Longer In Bed

While looking up a few things online, I came across an article by a so-called “sex expert” who claims that premature ejaculation is nothing but a phase that guys go through at some point.

Although I totally agree that coming too quickly during lovemaking is an experience men have to deal with (albeit unexpectedly and embarrassingly) one day, I didn’t quite connect with what he said next in his article.

He shares that once you start going off too soon in bed, chances are you’ll tend to do so each time you and your lover are at it in the bedroom. The “expert” also suggested using artificial means to prevent it like desensitizing condoms and creams.

Sure getting your hands on these unnatural premature ejaculation solutions can instantly buy you a few extra minutes during sex, but you just don’t know what their long-term effects are. That’s one scary thought, right?

So today I’m going to share a very simple and natural way of lasting longer in the bedroom. Make sure you follow along to find out more…

At its simplest, the body goes through an elaborate process during sexual arousal.

This process begins with the brain stimulating the endocrine glands to let loose mood-altering hormones that trigger key changes in the system to prep you up for lovemaking to the time your body kicks off your ejaculatory response to gear up for orgasm.

Now while I already emphasized in a previous post that allowing yourself to feel extremely anxious during sex can make you come sooner than you’d like to, there is one other key factor that can also lead to premature ejaculation.

And this is experiencing too much penile sensation at once.

See, the brain is naturally wired to monitor the sensation the penis feels so it can properly shift to the next part of the sexual arousal process. If it detects that these sensations are already overwhelming, it activates the body’s ejaculatory response, which makes you reach orgasm and ejaculate soon after.

However, I learned a simple trick to fool the brain into thinking that you’re still not getting the right amount of penile sensations during my extensive research into the male sexuality…

When each thrust you do is starting to feel extremely good in the middle of lovemaking, briefly pause for about 10 to 15 seconds. This basically allows your brain to somewhat “reset” the sexual arousal process and make you last longer in bed.

And what’s even more interesting about this trick is you can do this again and again.

So forget about creams, desensitizing condoms and other artificial stuff that can potentially do more harm than good in the long run. Have this one in your sexual checklist the next time things get hot in the bedroom and you’ll be surprised with the results.

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