The Biggest Reasons Why You Come Too Soon During Sex

Premature ejaculation affecting your sex life? Check this out.

Premature ejaculation affecting your sex life? Check this out.

A long-time reader emailed me this morning asking why he seems to be coming too quickly whenever he and his lover get busy between the sheets these days.

He shares that he didn’t have this problem earlier and besides being rather embarrassing for his partner, it is also quite frustrating for the both of them since he couldn’t seem to give her the sexual satisfaction she wants.

The sender also added that he is on the brink of getting his hands on creams, pills and other stuff that claim to fix the problem.

However, there’s no need to grab those things that will most likely result to more negative effects than positive ones sooner or later. Let me key you in on a few simple (and very natural) pointers that can help you keep clear of premature ejaculation…


I know this sounds rather simplistic, but making it a point to relax as much as you can when you and your partner are already getting frisky in the bedroom is one technique that can help you extend your bedroom playing time.

Overdoing it on the whole sexual excitement only forces your brain to churn out mood-altering hormones in the body. And when this happens, the entire sexual process speeds up and you’ll just find yourself reaching the point of no return much earlier than expected.

Have foreplay breaks.

Keeping in mind to have a foreplay break from time to time when you’re already in action is one way to prevent coming too quickly during lovemaking. It’s a simple as pausing to tease her with a bit of foreplay after a few thrusts.

You can either go down on your lover or stimulate her erogenous zones with tickles, kisses and caresses. It’s totally up to you which technique you’ll go for.

This gives your body a chance to “reset” the process that is in motion when you’re already sexually penetrating your partner, which easily means you won’t be in for a case of premature ejaculation out of the blue.

Keep a close eye on your sexual peak.

Your body is naturally wired to kick off orgasm and make you ejaculate as soon as your sexual peak reaches its limit. If you just have a way of controlling your sexual peak, then it won’t be that tough to steer clear from premature ejaculation.

And one easy method to pull off this one is to focus on your partner’s pleasure as you go along. Allowing yourself to simply get carried away and let your sexual peak go through the roof will surely lead to disaster sooner or later.

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