Don't Do This During Sex If You Want To Last Longer In Bed

Don’t Do This During Sex If You Want To Last Longer In Bed

While browsing my inbox this morning, I came across a message from Vito who shares that he’s having a very difficult time lasting long in bed these days. And it’s already affecting his sexual confidence big time since he’s starting to notice that his wife isn’t enjoying their lovemaking sessions like she used to anymore.

Moreover, Vito adds that he’s become rather desperate to fix the problem that he is already willing to give the products so-called “sex gurus” are recommending like creams and pills.

The thing is I’ve learned during my extensive research into the male sexuality that a lot of men inadvertently make when things get hot in the bedroom that raise their chances of experiencing premature ejaculation.

Make sure you follow along to find out more…

See, your brain activates your body to go through a process as soon as it detects that you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are already getting at it in bed. The most prominent effect of this process is the production and release of specific positive hormones that help you get ready for sex.

Besides increasing your heart and breathing rates, these hormones also direct a more than usual amount of blood flow to the erectile tissues in the penis to firm them up. When these tissues absorb the ideal amount of blood they need, you’re going to achieve an erection.

(Here’s how you can ensure that you’re going to get rock hard each time while at it, too.)

However, these positive hormones also play a significant role when it comes to activating your body’s orgasmic and ejaculatory responses. The brain uses them to gauge if it’s already time to reach the Big O. When they reach a certain level, the brain translates this as a signal to make you come during your lovemaking session.

Now that we’ve got that covered, here’s the mistake that I was telling you about earlier…

Chances are you’ve got doubts in your mind that you’re going to come a bit too soon for your liking when you and your partner are already heating things up in the bedroom. Now while this may just pass off as some form of silly worry, it actually sets off something inside your body.

And this is the release of negative hormones that are just going to disrupt the activity of their positive counterparts.

Besides significantly affecting the pleasure levels that you’re going to experience during sex, they will also force the brain to activate your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses earlier than they should.

In short, thinking that you’re going to come too soon the next time you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are at it in bed will make you do just that.

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