Here's One Smart Way To Prevent Premature Ejaculation

Here’s One Smart Way To Prevent Premature Ejaculation

If you’re anything like most men, chances are your staying power during lovemaking matters a lot to you.

Besides being a key factor in terms of giving your wife, girlfriend or lover the sexual satisfaction that she wants when things get hot in bed, the pleasurable sensations that you’re going to experience are on the line as well.

But the problem is you’re simply noticing that you’re not lasting as long as you used to when the action’s already in gear in the bedroom these days.

Unlike what a lot of self-proclaimed “sex gurus” are recommending, though, you don’t need to get your hands on creams, pills and other artificial products to correct this problem. Sure they may be formulated to get the job done, but the risk of experiencing nasty side effects sooner or later is just too high to ignore.

However, I’ve learned a simple and natural technique during my extensive research into the male sexuality that may just help you make your sex sessions longer as well as more satisfying for you and your partner.  And it primarily involves using your “smarts” to pull the whole thing off.

Let me explain what I mean…

See, there is process that gets activated in your body as soon as you get sexually aroused. The brain stimulates the hormone-producing glands like the pituitary gland to pick up its production and release of positive hormones like dopamine and oxytocin.

These hormones trigger significant yet temporary changes in the body when released like increasing your breathing and heart rates as well as directing a more than usual amount of blood flow to the erectile tissues in the penis so you can achieve an erection and get the party going.

Interestingly, these positive hormones are also used by the brain to gauge when it should activate the body’s orgasmic and ejaculatory responses. When these hormones get to a certain level, your body experiences what’s called the “sexual peak” and you reach the Big O.

And now for the technique that I was telling you about earlier…

Although it’s pretty normal for you to feel a bit nervous and anxious before sex because you’re looking to really knock your partner’s socks off while the two of you are at it in the bedroom, allowing yourself to get too worried that you’re not going to give her a lovemaking session that she won’t forget anytime soon already promotes a surge of stress hormones that disrupt the sexual arousal process.

Instead of building up slowly so you can really blow her mind during the action before you reach your sexual peak, these stress hormones only pick up the pace and make you activate your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses sooner than it should.

So the next time you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are getting frisky in bed, keep in mind to be smart and don’t allow yourself to get too anxious or worried while at it. Or else your sex session is going to end before you know it.

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