You’re Going To Last Longer During Sex With This Simple Trick
I’m pretty sure that lasting for as long as you can during lovemaking is one of your top priorities when the action gets hot in the bedroom. Besides boosting your chances of knocking your partner’s socks off with an orgasm (or two), you’re also in for lots and lots of pleasurable sensations in the process.
Interestingly, I’ve come across a simple trick during my extensive research into the male sexuality that can help you extend your bedroom playing time easily. So make sure you read on if you’re looking to last longer the next time you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are having a sex session.
Let me explain what I mean…
Now while this may sound surprising, your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses are already on their way to be set off as soon as your brain detects a stimulus that you consider erotic. This is because it is one of the effects that are going to be triggered when the more than usual amount of positive hormones and neurotransmitters are churned out during sexual arousal.
Besides making your skin – especially in and around the erogenous zones – rather sensitive for a temporary period of time, this surge in positive neurotransmitters and hormones also direct a huge amount of blood flow to the pelvic region to firm up the erectile tissues in the penis.
When these positive hormones and neurotransmitters reach their peak levels, the brain takes this as its cue to activate the body’s orgasmic and ejaculatory responses. Now we’ve got that covered, here’s the trick I was telling you about earlier…
I’ve picked up during my extensive research into the male sexuality that making it a habit to masturbate often helps you identify when your sexual peak or the time that the amount of positive neurotransmitters and hormones in your body will reach their peak levels will take place.
It basically helps you become more familiar when your body’s sexual peak kicks in so that you can slow down and take it easy with a bout of oral sex or perhaps stimulating her erogenous zones like the inner thighs, treasure trail or lower abdomen, clitoris and breasts.
So make it a point to masturbate in a regular basis so you won’t find it tricky to distinguish when your sexual peak will be set off. (Here’s a technique to make masturbation more exciting as well while we’re on the subject.)