You're Not Going To Last Really Long During Sex If You Forget This

You’re Not Going To Last Really Long During Sex If You Forget This

If you’re anything like most men, lasting long when you and your lover are at it in the bedroom is definitely a priority in your sexual checklist. But the thing is you’re noticing that you are simply coming too quickly these days.

Unlike what a lot of guys mistakenly think, premature ejaculation isn’t something that you’d have to go through when you reach a certain age. There’s a big possibility that you’re just forgetting to do something during lovemaking that makes you come sooner than you’d like to.

Let me explain what I mean…

See, sexual arousal is basically a multi-step process that begins as soon as the brain detects that things are getting hot in the bedroom. And the very first step in this process is the brain instructs the endocrine system to churn out specific mood-altering hormones to prep up your body for sex.

Besides making your skin extra sensitive to stimulation, especially in and around the erogenous zones, this surge of hormones also spikes up your breathing and heart rates. These hormones keep on building up as you and your partner go along in bed.

When these mood-altering hormones reach a certain level in your body, the brain activates your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses, which instruct the reproductive system to start giving you the Big O and also making you come in the process.

The long and short of this is the more of these hormones are present in your body, the faster you’re going to ejaculate during lovemaking.

What’s really interesting is there’s a simple way of controlling the buildup of these hormones in your system and it’s not that tricky at all. Let me give you a quick rundown on how to pull this off…

When you are sexually aroused, the increase in blood flow that happens plays a key role in releasing the mood-altering hormones produced by the endocrine glands. These hormones are let loose in the bloodstream, which are sent all over the body to get you going for sex.

However, this spike in blood flow needs an extra boost from your breathing to circulate these hormones properly. The faster you breathe, the faster these hormones accumulate in your body.

And if you’re noticing that you are coming too quickly during sex these days, chances are you’re just breathing too fast.

Sure your breathing rate normally goes up during sexual arousal, but you can control it so you won’t have excessive levels of mood-altering hormones building up in your body too fast. So the next time you and your lover are heating things up in the bedroom, make sure you keep a close eye on your breathing and you’ll be surprised how long you will last.

(Now here’s a useful pointer on how to make foreplay even more amazing for her.)


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