Why You’re Coming Too Soon During Sex These Days

Why You’re Coming Too Soon During Sex These Days

If you’re anything like most guys, I’m pretty sure that lasting for as long you can when you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are already at it in the bedroom is one of the top priorities in your sexual checklist.

Besides knocking your partner’s socks off with an overload of pleasurable sensations as you go along, your chances of making her reach the Big O are also going to be higher while at it. And as a bonus, you’re in for some serious sexual satisfaction in the process as well.

But here’s the situation…

You’re simply noticing that you are coming way sooner than you’d like to when things get hot in bed these days and “worried” is an understatement when it comes to describing what you’re feeling.

Unlike what a lot of so-called “sex gurus” are recommending, though, there’s no need to reach for pills, creams, gels and other artificial stuff that claim to help you fix this problem. Sure they may be formulated to stave off premature ejaculation, the operative word here is “artificial,” so you can already have an idea of the nasty side effects that you can be exposed to when you use them.

What’s really interesting is I discovered a mistake during my extensive research into the male sexuality that may be causing this problem. And it’s possible that you’re guilty of this mistake, too, which makes you predisposed to popping off too soon during lovemaking.

Let me explain what I mean…

At its simplest, your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses are triggered as soon as the brain activates the hormone-producing glands to churn out more than usual amounts of positive hormones and neurotransmitters when you get sexually aroused. When they reach their peak levels, the brain translates this as its cue to make you reach the Big O and ejaculate.

I learned that allowing yourself to get exceptionally excited during foreplay or sex forces your body to have a surge of these positive hormones and neurotransmitters, making them build up faster than they should, resulting to premature ejaculation.

Now while it’s inevitable that you’ll feel excited whenever you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are already at it in the bedroom, make it a point to control your excitement or else you’ll find yourself coming sooner than you’d like to.

Moreover, I also found out that one way of pulling this off is concentrating on the things that you’d do during lovemaking to give her the most pleasure as possible. It doesn’t just act as a diversion to abate your sexual excitement to keep premature ejaculation at bay, but also boost her pleasure levels in the process.

How’s that for two for two?


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