Are You Coming Too Soon These Days?
If you’re anything like most guys, chances are you’d like to last for as long as you can when you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are already at it in the bedroom. Besides boosting the pleasurable sensations that you’re going to experience, your chances of making her orgasm is also going to be much higher.
But the only problem is you seem to be coming too soon whenever things are getting hot in the bedroom these days.
I know this issue can be rather frustrating for you and your partner, but there’s need to worry just yet or perhaps get your hands on pills, creams and similar products that claim to prolong your staying power in bed.
Chances are you’re simply making a mistake that make you vulnerable to premature ejaculation. And this mistake is thinking that you’re going to come too soon right even before the action starts.
Let me explain what I mean…
I’m pretty sure that you’ve already heard of the sexual advice that suggests “thinking of baseball” helps stave off premature ejaculation. Sure this sounds a bit ridiculous, but there is actually a scientific explanation to this.
During my extensive research into the male sexuality, I discovered that the brain plays a key role when it comes to activating the orgasmic and ejaculatory responses of the body during lovemaking.
When you’re sexually aroused, the brain basically stimulates the endocrine glands to produce specific types of hormones that set off key chances in the system to prepare you for sex. Besides picking up your pulse and breathing rates, these hormones are also used by the brain to gauge if it already needs to trigger your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses.
However, something else happens when you think that you’re going to come too soon when you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are getting things going in bed. Your brain stimulates the endocrine glands to churn out negative hormones.
Apart from making you feel really anxious, these negative hormones will also disrupt the process where the brain activates your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses. Instead of allowing you to have normal lasting power during lovemaking, you’ll just end up coming after only a fraction of that time.
Sure you may have the mindset that you should give your partner the sexual satisfaction she needs whenever you two are at it, but never think about going off too soon or else you’ll just find yourself doing just that in no time.
(Now here’s an erogenous zone that you should stimulate the next time things are heating up in the bedroom.)