Why You Are Experiencing Premature Ejaculation Nowadays

Why You Are Experiencing Premature Ejaculation Nowadays

When it comes to really giving your wife, girlfriend or lover an experience she won’t forget anytime soon during lovemaking, I’m pretty sure that lasting for as long as you can while the action is hot in the bedroom is no doubt one of your biggest sexual priorities.

Besides making sure that you’ll knock your partner’s socks off while the two of you are already at it between the sheets, you’re in for loads and loads of pleasurable sensations in the process as well.

However, you’re simply noticing that you are coming way sooner than you’d like to in bed these days. And it’s already getting you worried that you’ve lost your touch in terms of really giving her the sexual satisfaction she wants.

But before you get your hands on pills, gels, creams and other artificial stuff that claim to help extend your staying power during sex, I discovered a commonly overlooked mistake that some men are making before lovemaking that tend to make them prone to premature ejaculation.

There’s even a chance that you’re guilty of making this mistake, too. Make sure you follow along to find out more…

Interestingly, the body goes through a process as soon as the brain detects that you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are already getting things hot in bed. It stimulates the hormone-producing glands to release specific hormones that set off temporary yet significant changes in the body, which are essential in prepping you up for lovemaking.

Besides making your skin, especially in and around the erogenous zones, extra sensitive, these hormones also direct a more than usual amount of blood flow to the erectile tissues in the penis to firm it up (or in other words, you get an erection) and start up your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses, which will be activated as soon as you reach your sexual peak.

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

I learned that simply allowing yourself to get rather anxious that you’re going to come too soon during sex already promotes a slow, but steady surge of negative hormones that disrupt the release of their positive counterparts.

Once these negative hormones reach a certain level, they will already have a prominent effect on your body. Besides potentially weakening the strength and intensity of your erection, your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses will also be activated sooner than they should.

So the next time you and your partner are already at it in the bedroom, make sure you focus on the positive side of things and not spend a substantial amount of time worrying about coming too soon.

You’re sure to last longer while at it.

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