So You're Coming Too Soon These Days…

So You’re Coming Too Soon These Days…

Chances are one of your top priorities when things are getting really hot in the bedroom is lasting for as long as you can when you’re already sexually penetrating your wife, girlfriend or lover.

Besides giving your partner loads and loads of pleasurable sensations while at it, you’re boosting your chances of making her reach the Big O as you go along as well. However, you are simply noticing that you’re just popping off sooner than you’d like to during lovemaking these days.

Unlike what a lot of guys mistakenly believe, though, this doesn’t mean that it’s time for you get your hands on pills, creams and other artificial stuff that claim to help stave off premature ejaculation.

Sure they may somehow work when you use them, but the trade-off is you’re going to be vulnerable to a number of negative side effects that can get in the picture sooner or later.

But the thing is I’ve learned a simple trick during my extensive research into the male sexuality that will surely help extend your bedroom playing time before long. Make sure you read on to find out more…

Let’s start the ball rolling by setting one thing straight.

Now while coming way sooner than you’d like to during sex is no doubt one of the worst things that you can go through when you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are already at it in bed, it’s not a disease or some other physiological issue that comes with age.

Premature ejaculation is simply your body’s orgasmic and ejaculatory responses being activated earlier than they’re supposed to, which is primarily caused by an overwhelming surge in positive hormones in a short amount of time.

This excessive surge in positive hormones is usually caused by key factors like receiving too much stimulation or perhaps getting overly sexually aroused. When this happens, the body thinks that you’ve already reached your sexual peak and activate your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses almost instantly.

But the thing is there’s a simple way to gauge when your sexual peak is at its highest…

And that’s masturbating in a regular basis. I know this sounds rather surprising, but masturbation actually helps you have an idea of how to go about during a sex session to avoid taking your sexual peak off the charts before it’s supposed to.

This helps you control your pace, the levels of stimulation that you should receive as well as the time that it usually takes for you to come during sex. Now how’s that for experiencing loads of pleasure yourself while helping prevent premature ejaculation?


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