4 Simple Reasons Why You Come Too Soon During Lovemaking These Days

Here are the biggest reasons why you're coming too soon...

Here are the biggest reasons why you’re coming too soon…

If you’re anything like most guys, chances are lasting for as long as you can is one of your top priorities when things are already getting extra steamy between the sheets.

However, you seem to go off much sooner than you’d like to when you and your lover are at it these days.

But unlike what a lot of so-called “sex gurus” are recommending, there’s no need to get your hands on pills, creams and gels that claim to extend your bedroom playing time.

Sure they may offer an instant fix to the problem, but you’re simply running the risk of experiencing adverse side effects sooner or later when you use them.

Why not keep the following reasons in mind instead to help you understand why you’re coming too soon nowadays?

You don’t masturbate often.

You’re basically familiarizing yourself when your body’s orgasmic and ejaculatory responses kick in each time you masturbate.

The more you masturbate, the easier it will be for you to identify when this will happen.

Come to think of it. This will definitely help you last longer in bed and give your partner a lovemaking session that she won’t forget anytime soon, right?

You worry that you’ll go off too soon.

The brain basically uses the positive hormones that get released in the body as a gauge when to make you reach the point of no return and come during sex.

Worrying that you’re going to ejaculate prematurely encourages the hormone-producing glands to churn out their negative counterparts.

Besides making you feel more anxious than sexually aroused, these negative hormones also force the brain to activate your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses double time.

You get fast and furious as soon as you get the chance.

Sure the temptation to go full speed ahead when you’re already sexually penetrating your lover, but it actually promotes the faster release of positive hormones that your brain uses to measure when to activate your body’s orgasmic and ejaculatory responses.

Make it a point to vary your pace and rhythm to prevent this from happening.

You don’t concentrate on her sexual pleasure more.

Keep in mind that the item on your sexual checklist should be your partner’s pleasure.

Apart from driving you to give her as much pleasurable sensations as you can while the two of you are at it, your mind will also be kept occupied in the process to stave off the possibility of negative hormones getting in the picture.

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