How You Can Use Breathing Exercises To Last Longer During Sex

How You Can Use Breathing Exercises To Last Longer During Sex

If you’re anything like most men, I’m pretty sure that lasting for as long as you can during lovemaking is your top priority to really knock a woman’s socks off when the action’s already hot in the bedroom.

Besides making your wife, girlfriend or lover experience loads and loads of pleasurable sensations, your chances of giving her an orgasm are also going to get higher as you go along with your sex session.

However, there is just one problem: you seem to go off sooner than you’d like to in bed these days. And it’s already getting you worried that you’re not giving your partner the sexual satisfaction that she wants when you’re at it.

Unlike what so-called “sex gurus” are saying, though, getting your hands on anesthetizing creams, gels and similar artificial products isn’t the best way to go when dealing with this problem.

Sure they may help take care of the issue, but you’re actually making yourself vulnerable to more problems that can get in the picture sooner or later in the process. Isn’t that going to make the whole thing counterproductive?

Interestingly, I’ve learned something during my extensive research into the male sexuality that can help you stave off premature ejaculation naturally. Make sure you follow along to find out more…

At its simplest, the body goes through significant yet temporary changes during sexual arousal due to the surge of positive hormones that takes place.

Besides playing a key role in directing an increased amount of blood flow to the erectile tissues in the penis to get you rock hard, they also help the brain gauge when to activate your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses.

As soon as these positive hormones reach a certain level, your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses kick in and you’re going to come.

But the thing is I learned that your breathing has a direct role in the transport of positive hormones in your body. The faster your breathing rate is, the quicker they can accumulate and reach their peak to fire up your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses.

Now while it isn’t uncommon that your breathing becomes rather fast-paced during sex, keep in mind not to allow it to go off the charts while at it so positive hormones won’t reach their peak numbers sooner that they should and make you go off earlier than you’d like to.

Remember to also take note of the pace and rhythm of your thrusts and you’re already on the right track to lasting longer in the bedroom.



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