Why Your Thrusting Plays A Key Role In Preventing Premature Ejaculation

Why Your Thrusting Plays A Key Role In Preventing Premature Ejaculation

While browsing my inbox over the weekend, I stumbled upon a message from Ryan32 who shares that he is currently having problems with premature ejaculation when he and his wife are at it in the bedroom these days.

Besides feeling rather anxious that he already isn’t capable of giving his wife the sexual satisfaction that she wants in bed, Ryan32 also believes that perhaps his age is also a key factor why he seems to go off too soon during lovemaking.

Well, unlike what a lot of guys mistakenly think, premature ejaculation isn’t something that just happens as you get older. Moreover, it can also be prevented by simply keeping an eye on the thrusting that you do when you’re sexually penetrating your partner.

Let me explain what I mean…

When you get sexually aroused, the brain stimulates specific glands in the body to produce and release positive hormones that get you ready for action in the bedroom. Apart from picking up your pulse and breathing rates, it also revs up your blood flow to get you rock hard as well as intensifying the sensations that you experience through physical stimulation.

What’s really interesting is that the brain uses the pleasurable sensations that the body experiences during lovemaking to gauge when to activate its orgasmic and ejaculatory responses.

If it thinks you’ve already had all the pleasurable sensations that you need when you and your partner heat things up in the bedroom, chances are you’re going to have an orgasm and ejaculate.

However, there’s this technique I’ve learned during my extensive research into the male sexuality that may just help you trick your brain that you shouldn’t come yet. And it’s not that complicated to pull off, too.

You simply have to pace your thrusts as you go along. Make it a point to vary them during lovemaking. Maybe start with a couple of long, deep thrusts, then follow up with a few quick and shallow ones just to keep things interesting.

Sure this technique may sound quite simplistic, but it helps you avoid going too fast with your thrusting, which can easily make the brain activate your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses even before you’ve really started.

The change in pace also creates a subtle pause that slightly disrupts the sexual arousal process and encourages your brain to restart the gauging of the pleasurable sensations that your body experiences. In simpler terms, you can find it easier to last longer during lovemaking.

Why not try this the next time you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are at it in bed? You’re sure to be surprised with the results.

(Now here’s a simple trick to get a woman sexually aroused faster.)

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