When it comes to lovemaking, I’m pretty sure that lasting long in bed is the top item on your sexual to-do list.
Apart from making sure that you’ve pleasured your partner like she’s always wanted when you two get the action going between the sheets, it’s also a nice way to make the most out of the sensations you’ll receive while doing so.
Unlike what a lot of men mistakenly think though, lasting long during sex isn’t something complicated. It also doesn’t require any artificial means to pull off like creams, pills and similar products that can possibly do more harm than good when used.
If you’re looking to extend your bedroom playing time when you and your lover get frisky, here are a few useful (and natural) tips to keep in mind…
At its simplest, sexual arousal is the result of a rush of mood-altering hormones in the body. These hormones basically control everything from getting a strong erection to giving you an orgasm to top the whole thing off with a blast.
However, something happens when you become too anxious during sex. The brain stimulates the endocrine glands to let loose stress hormones that speed up the sexual arousal process, which means you’ll have an orgasm and ejaculate quicker than you’re supposed to.
The next time you and your partner get busy between the sheets, remember to relax and take it easy and you’ll be fine.
Focus on her pleasure.
Concentrating on your partner’s pleasure makes you think more of how you can give her a mind-blowing sexual experience. Simply thinking about your own pleasure while at it makes you more conscious of the sensations you’re experiencing and you’ll tend to go off the least you expect it.
Now while I don’t mean to scare you, overlooking to focus on her pleasure can even lead to her having difficulty reaching the Big O during sex.
And since all of your attention is on her sexual pleasure, chances are your lover will surely have an orgasm when you do this. You can even do it lots of times if you play your cards right. How’s that for a win-win situation?
Speed is a key factor when it comes to premature ejaculation. See, orgasm is reached when the number of hormones in the body reaches its peak. This sends a message to the brain that you’re already in the clear for an orgasm.
If you sexually penetrate your partner at a moderate pace, you can be able to control how much stimulation your penis gets and avert any risks at ejaculating prematurely. When you get fast and furious while at it…
Well, you already know where it is going. Keep things slow and easy and you’re going to last longer when the action starts.