Why You're Coming Too Quickly These Days

Why You’re Coming Too Quickly These Days

Lasting for as long as you can during sex is definitely a top priority in your checklist when you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are already at it in the bedroom. Apart from making her experience as much pleasurable sensations as possible, you’re also boosting her chances of reaching the Big O as you go along.

But here’s the situation…

You’re simply noticing that you are coming way too sooner than you’d like to these days. And it’s getting you really disappointed. Sure this problem is rather frustrating, but it doesn’t mean that you’re already losing your sexual touch.

Moreover, it doesn’t mean that you’ve got to get your hands on pills, creams, gels and other artificial products that claim to make you last longer during lovemaking unlike what a lot of men mistakenly think since you’re just in for some nasty side effects sooner or later.

I’ve learned a very interesting trick during my extensive research into the male sexuality, though, that may just help you fix this issue. Make sure you follow along to find out what this is and extend your bedroom playing time on your next sex session…

At its simplest, achieving orgasm and ejaculating during lovemaking is the finale of the sexual arousal process. It happens as soon as the brain detects that the levels of positive hormones in your body are at their peak.

In case you’re wondering, positive hormones are hormones that get released by the hormone-producing glands as soon as the brain becomes aware of a stimulus that you consider sexy. Besides picking up your heart and breathing rates, it also makes your skin, especially in and around the erogenous zones temporarily extra sensitive.

This surge in positive hormones also directs a more than usual amount of circulation to the pelvic region that will be absorbed by the erectile tissues in the penis. When these tissues absorb all the blood they need, you’re going to get rock hard and ready for action in bed.

As I was pointing out earlier, the brain activates your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses when it perceives that the levels of positive hormones are at their highest. And this normally takes place when you’ve already experienced the pleasurable sensations that you ought to have.

However, this process gets disrupted when negative hormones get in the picture. Like their name implies, these hormones are basically the opposite of their positive counterparts and cancel out the effects of the same. What’s even worse is they mess up when the brain should activate your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses.

And the interesting thing is these negative hormones usually appear when you’re feeling really stressed. Make it a point to keep your stress levels in check and you’re sure to see a difference in terms of how long you’ll last during lovemaking.


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