This Is Why You're Coming Quicker Than You'd Like To

This Is Why You’re Coming Quicker Than You’d Like To

When it comes to giving your wife, girlfriend or lover the sexual satisfaction that she wants, lasting for as long as you can during the action is definitely a priority. Besides boosting your partner’s chances of achieving an orgasm, you will also feel more fulfilled while at it.

However, you’re simply noticing that you are coming too soon in bed these days. And it’s already significantly affecting not just your overall performance during sex, but also sapping away your self-confidence.

There’s no need to get your hands on artificial stuff like pills, creams and gels that claim to help you stave off premature ejaculation though. Chances are you’re just making this simple mistake that inadvertently kicks off your ejaculatory and orgasmic responses sooner than they should during lovemaking.

Let me explain what I mean…

If you’ve been following AdviceForHim.com for a while now, you’ve probably come across my posts on how sexual arousal is a process that gets set off when the brain detects that things are already heating up between you and your wife, girlfriend or lover.

The brain then activates the endocrine glands to churn out positive hormones that trigger key changes in the body when this happens.

Apart from making your skin, especially in and around the erogenous zones like the nipples, penis as well as the scrotum, more sensitive than it normally is, your breathing and pulse rates also shoot up. You get an erection while at it, too.

But what’s really interesting is the endocrine glands keep on producing and releasing positive hormones even during sex. The brain uses them to gauge when to activate your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses. When these hormones reach a certain level, you will eventually reach the point of no return and you come.

Now here’s the mistake I was telling you about earlier…

The brain basically uses the pleasurable sensations you feel when you sexually penetrate your wife, girlfriend or lover. This simply means that how fast you’re going during lovemaking plays a very important role in terms of when you’re going to come.

In short, the faster you go, the more positive hormones will be released and the sooner you’re going to reach the Big O.

So the next time you and your partner are already getting at it in the bedroom, make it a point to go slow and easy. Keep in mind not to get fast and furious as soon as you get the chance and you’ll be surprised how long you’re going to last.

(Masturbating regularly can also help you last longer in bed as well.)


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