Simple Tips To Help You Prevent Premature Ejaculation

Slowing down during sex is one way of preventing premature ejaculation.

Slowing down during sex is one way of preventing premature ejaculation.

Lasting for as long as you can in the bedroom plays a very important role when it comes to giving your lover the sexual pleasure she’s always wanted.

Now while you may have probably already come across recommendations from so-called “sex gurus” about using artificial products like creams, pills and other stuff to prevent coming too quickly during lovemaking, there are actually simple and natural ways of staving it off.

And I’ll explain them to you as we go along…

Stop worrying too much.

Although it’s normal to feel somewhat tense when you and your partner are already heating things up between the sheets, overdoing it already puts you at risk of premature ejaculation.

This is because it promotes the increase of stress hormones in your system, which overwhelms their feel-good counterparts that make you feel sexually aroused.

When this happens, these stress hormones force the brain into thinking that you’ve already experienced all the sexual pleasure you need to go through and prematurely kick off your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses.

Keep in mind to ease up on the worrying during lovemaking and you’ll be alright.

Focus more on her pleasure.

Your brain is naturally wired to trigger its orgasmic and ejaculatory responses when it feels that you’ve already had your fun in bed.

And one simple way to slow down this process is concentrating more on your partner’s pleasure instead of yours.

So make it a point to give her an awesome oral sex session and let her experience the techniques that will surely knock her socks off.

You’ll be surprised how much longer you’ll last when you include this in your sexual checklist.

Go slow and easy.

The brain gauges your sexual pleasure by how much penile stimulation you’re experiencing.

And if you’re going full speed ahead with your thrusts as soon as you get the chance during sex, then chances are the brain will think that you’ve experienced all the sexual pleasure you need to and make you come sooner.

Always remember to go slow and easy when you’re thrusting and you’ll be on the right track.

Think that you’re going to last longer.

The mind is a very powerful thing. It’s so powerful that it can help you prevent premature ejaculation.

Interestingly, your thoughts can either make or break your sex session. If you think that you’ll come too soon, your stress hormone levels rise up and you’re at risk of actually experiencing it.

If you think you’re going to last longer, well, chances are you will while you’re at it.

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