How To Stop Premature Ejaculation Naturally
Lasting for as long as you can during lovemaking is probably one of your top priorities when things are already getting hot in the bedroom. Besides boosting your chances of making your wife, girlfriend or lover reach the Big O, you’re also in for a lot of pleasurable sensations while at it.
Now here’s the thing…
You’re simply noticing that you’re coming way too sooner than you’d like to these days and it’s already getting you upset that the problem may become worse over time. There’s no need to worry just yet, though.
I’ve learned a simple and natural way to curb premature ejaculation and I’ll give you the whole rundown when you follow along…
At its simplest, achieving orgasm and ejaculating are already set in motion as soon as your brain detects a stimulus that you consider erotic. This gives way to sexual arousal and promotes key changes in the body that prep you up for a lovemaking session. The changes that are set off in the body are caused by the surge of positive hormones and neurotransmitters like oxytocin and dopamine.
Examples of these changes include having a boost in the overall sensitivity of the skin, rise in heart and breathing rates as well as a lift in blood flow in the body, particularly in the pelvic region to give the erectile tissues in the penis the ideal amount of circulation they need to get you rock hard.
The levels of these positive hormones and neurotransmitters rise as you go along your sex session. And when their levels reach their peak, this is translated by the brain as its cue to activate your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses.
Now we’ve got that covered, here’s the simple and natural trick that will help prevent premature ejaculation that I was telling you about earlier…
The next time you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are already at it in the bedroom, make it a point to remind yourself that you’re not going to come sooner than you’d like to. Sure this sounds a bit simplistic, but you’re basically “programming” brain to delay the activation of your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses.
Having the mindset or doubt that you’re going to prematurely ejaculate tells the brain that you actually want to come sooner than usual. Keep in mind to avoid thinking that you’re not going to last long and you’ll just be surprised with the results.