How Your Mind Can Sabotage Your Body Into Ejaculating Prematurely

How Your Mind Can Sabotage Your Body Into Ejaculating Prematurely

I’m really disappointed with what a lot of so-called “sex gurus” are saying about premature ejaculation nowadays.

They don’t just stress that coming sooner than you’d like to during lovemaking is nothing short of a disease, but also recommend that fixing the whole thing involves taking medicines and using other artificial products.

Now while going off too early when you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are at it in the bedroom can be very frustrating, premature ejaculation is pretty much a normal thing and it’s not uncommon that you’ll go through it from time to time.

And contrary to what other self-proclaimed experts are saying, premature ejaculation is not a disease of some sort and I’ve learned a key factor during my extensive research that’s probably the reason why you’re coming too soon in bed these days.

Let me explain what I mean…

See, the body activates its orgasmic and ejaculatory responses as a big finale to the sexual arousal process, which kicks off as soon as your brain detects a stimulus that turns you on. When this happens, the brain stimulates some of your endocrine glands to produce and release positive hormones like dopamine and oxytocin that trigger significant yet temporary changes in the body.

These changes include making your skin, especially in and around the erogenous zones, more sensitive than usual, picking up your heart and breathing rates as well as intensifying the circulation that’s directed to the pelvic region to give the erectile tissues in the penis the right amount of blood they need to get a strong and lasting erection going.

The number of these positive hormones also builds up as you go along and when it’s already at its peak, the body triggers its orgasmic and ejaculatory responses.

Interestingly, the body is naturally wired to release these in a moderately slow pace so you won’t just be able to give your partner the sexual satisfaction that she wants, but also experience as much pleasurable sensations as you can while at it.

But the thing is something happens when you worry that you’re going to come too soon when you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are already getting frisky in bed. This promotes the release of negative hormones that simply cancel out the functions of their positive counterparts and force your body to trigger orgasmic and ejaculatory responses before the action in the bedroom really starts.

So if you’re going through some issues with premature ejaculation when you’re having a sex session these days, make it a point to avoid worrying that you’re going to come too soon…or else that just might happen before you know it.

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