Simple And Overlooked Causes Of Premature Ejaculation

So do you pop too soon these days?

So do you pop too soon these days?

I’m pretty sure that lasting for as long as you can during lovemaking is a top priority in your sexual checklist.

Apart from guaranteeing that the woman you’re getting in action between the sheets with is going to have her mind blown and even experience a toe-curling orgasm or two while at it, you’re also setting yourself up for an amazing time as well.

But the problem is you’re simply noticing that you’re coming way sooner than you’d like to in the bedroom these days.

There’s no need to reach for pills, gels, injections and other artificial stuff that claim to help extend your bedroom playing time just yet, though.

Make sure you read on to learn some things that you may be overlooking that are causing you to come a lot sooner during sex…

Don’t allow yourself to get really nervous.

Now while knowing that you’re going to get some sexy action in bed will definitely get you pumped, allowing yourself to become rather worried that you won’t be able to give your partner the sexual satisfaction she wants can actually trigger premature ejaculation.

This is because it will promote a surge of stress hormones in the body that will disrupt its normal activation of its orgasmic and ejaculatory responses, which will lead to your coming sooner during sex.

(This can be also applied to boost your chances of acing a first date, too.)

Prioritize her sexual pleasure over yours.

If you’re like most guys, chances are penetrating your partner sexually is one of the highlights you’re looking forward to during sex. However, some men tend to get carried away when they start doing so, which leads to premature ejaculation sooner or later.

When you’re already in the act, always keep in mind that it’s the woman’s sexual pleasure that you should be aiming for or else you’ll pop sooner than you’d like to. Remembering to go slow and easy is a must, too.

Practice makes perfect.

Interestingly, you come when your body activates its orgasmic and ejaculatory responses. This happens when you reach your sexual peak during lovemaking, which can be somehow tricky to spot.

But did you know that you can easily know when your body reaches its sexual peak by masturbating in a regular basis?

This is because your body simply experiences the same things that it goes through during lovemaking, but the only difference is you don’t have a partner to rock and roll with in bed.

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