3 Sexual No-No’s That You Should Always Avoid If You Want To Prevent Premature Ejaculation

Are you noticing that you're coming too soon during sex these days? Read this!

Are you noticing that you’re coming too soon during sex these days? Read this!

I’m pretty sure that you’d like to last for as long as you can when you and your lover are already at it between the sheets.

Besides ensuring that you’re going to give her the sexual pleasure she wants in the bedroom, you’re also going to enjoy the whole thing a lot better in the process.

However, there are key factors that can easily speed up your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses during lovemaking.

Make sure you follow along to find out what these are to really get the staying power that you’ve always wanted…

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

I know this sounds rather simplistic, but thinking that you’re going to experience premature ejaculation when you and your partner are heating things up in the bedroom will simply force your body to do just that.

See, your thoughts can have a very big impact on your brain’s performance during sexual arousal because it becomes rather impressionable during this time.

And if you think that you’re going to pop sooner than you’d like to during lovemaking, it’s highly possible that the brain will detect this as a command and activate your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses sooner than it should.

Don’t go straight to the penetration.

If you’re anything like most guys, you probably want to get to the prize as soon as you get the chance. But the thing is going full speed ahead at sexually penetrating your lover is a no-no that you should always keep clear of.

This is because you’re going to experience excessive amounts of pleasurable sensations before your body has completely prepped up for action in the bedroom, which can unexpectedly lead to premature ejaculation.

Instead of going ahead and sexually penetrating your partner, make it a point to give her an awesome round of oral sex first to really heat her up and boost her chances of reaching the Big O as you go along.

Don’t do it like there’s no tomorrow.

Your speed and rhythm during sex play key roles in terms of how long you’ll last when the actions gets extra steamy between the sheets.

Keep in mind to go as slow and easy as you can while at it. Sure the temptation to go full speed ahead can be a bit too much at first, but picking up the pace when the action is just starting will just make you come sooner than you’d like to.

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