Quick And Easy Tips To Prevent Premature Ejaculation

Coming too soon these days? Read this.

Coming too soon these days? Read this.

I’m pretty sure that lasting long in bed is your top priority whenever you and your lover are at it in the bedroom.

But the thing is you seem to go off sooner than you’d like to during sex even before you really got started these days. And it’s already affecting you a great deal.

There’s no need to get your hands on pills, creams and other artificial stuff that claim to help you extend your bedroom playing time though. Make sure you read on to find out a few quick and easy tips to help you get the job done…

Don’t think that you’re going to come too soon.

The brain is basically the one overseeing the production and release of positive hormones like dopamine and oxytocin that help prepare your body for lovemaking.

Now while it is naturally wired to churn them out as soon as it detects that things are getting hot in the bedroom, your thoughts can easily disrupt the whole process and may stimulate the body to release negative hormones instead.

These negative hormones mess up your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses when they reach a certain level, which will just lead to premature ejaculation when you’re at it between the sheets.

Focus on her pleasure.

If you’re anything like most guys, you probably want to get fast and furious when you get the chance in the bedroom. And this is one of the biggest reasons why you’re coming too soon.

See, concentrating on your partner’s pleasure prevents you from experiencing a lot of pleasurable sensations all at once that the brain uses to gauge when to kick in your ejaculatory and orgasmic responses.

Make it a point to give your lover an oral sex session she won’t forget anytime soon or perhaps a sensual massage that will keep her on her toes during the action.

Go as slow and easy as you can.

The sensations that you experience when you penetrate your lover sexually are no doubt extremely pleasurable.

So it’s not that uncommon to take things up a notch when you do it. However, overdoing the whole thing will just lead to you coming too soon before you know it.

Although I’m not saying that you shouldn’t pick up the pace once in a while during sex, keep in mind to go slow and easy as you can to avoid popping off faster than you’d like to.

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