Here’s One Simple Trick To Prevent You From Going Off Too Soon In Bed
I’d like to start things off with a straightforward question. And it’s a no-brainer, too. Here it is: if you were going at it with your partner in bed, would you like to last long or pop off way before you’ve given her the sexual pleasure she wants? I told you it was a no-brainer, right?
Chances are lasting for as long as you can when you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are already getting at it in the bedroom is definitely one of the most important priorities in your sexual checklist.
Besides boosting your chances of giving your partner an orgasm or two as you go along with your lovemaking session, it also makes you experience a lot of mind-blowing sensations in the process until your body’s orgasmic and ejaculatory responses kick in.
However, you’re simply noticing that you seem to come a lot sooner than usual when things get hot in bed these days. And it’s getting you worried that your days of lasting for as long as you can during sex are already over.
Unlike what a lot of guys mistakenly think though, premature ejaculation isn’t a phase or brought about by age. Moreover, fixing it doesn’t also involve getting your hands on pills, creams and gels that claim to pull it off.
Make sure you follow along to find out a key factor that most men seem to overlook during lovemaking that puts them highly at risk of experiencing premature ejaculation…
Now while guys can get ready for sex at the drop of a hat, getting sexually aroused is somewhat a technical process that is activated in the body as soon as the brain detects that you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are already heating things up in the bedroom. (Here’s a quick tip when it comes to making a woman horny.)
The central part of this process is the production and release of positive hormones that trigger temporary yet prominent changes in the body.
Besides picking up your heart and breathing rates, these hormones also make your skin more sensitive to stimulation as well as directing a more than usual amount of blood flow to the pelvic region, where they are absorbed by the erectile tissues in the penis to firm it up.
Moreover, these positive hormones are also used by the brain as a gauge to activate the body’s orgasmic and ejaculatory responses. When they reach a certain level, the brain translates this as a sign that you’ve already experienced all the sexual pleasure that you need and you reach the Big O and come.
And now here’s the key factor that causes premature ejaculation I was telling you about earlier…
See, having a fast thrusting pace and rhythm during lovemaking boosts the production and release of positive hormones. Unless you make it a point to slow things down a bit, chances are you’ll just find yourself going off sooner than you’d like to in bed.
Sure this sounds rather simplistic, but you’ll be surprised with how much longer you can last the next time you and your partner start the action in the bedroom when you keep this factor in mind.