Are These The Reasons Why You’re Coming Too Soon In Bed?

Wondering why you’re popping off too soon these days?

Lasting for as long as you can when things are already sizzling in the bedroom is definitely one of the most important factors in your sexual checklist to really knock your lover’s socks off.

And it’s not just your partner that gets all the fun, too. The longer you last, the more sexual pleasure you’re going to experience while at it. How’s that for two for two?

But the problem is you’re simply noticing that you come sooner than you’d like to between the sheets these days.

I know it’s frustrating for you and your partner as well, but you don’t need to get your hands on artificial products that claim to extend your bedroom playing time.

Come to think of it. The operative word here is “artificial” so the risk of going through adverse side effects sooner or later is very real.

Chances are you’re just making the following mistakes that boost your chances of coming too soon during lovemaking…

Watch your speed.

Now while the temptation to go full speed ahead when the action starts in bed is great, make it a point to go as slow and easy as you can. You won’t just stave off the risk of coming too soon, but give your lover an amazing time as well.

“Love” yourself more.

Unlike what a lot of guys mistakenly believe, masturbation isn’t just about experiencing sexual pleasure all by yourself. It actually helps you identify when your sexual peak takes place.

At its simplest, your sexual peak is the time when the amount of positive hormones released during sexual arousal reaches their ideal levels. This stimulates your brain to activate your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses.

You can actually have an idea when your sexual peak kicks in when you masturbate in a regular basis. Think of it as a rather sensual and intimate kind of “practice” that will surely be enjoyable.

(And speaking of solo action, here’s a mistake that can make masturbation boring for you.)

Change your mindset.

I’m pretty sure that you’ve already heard the phrase “mind over matter” once or twice now. What’s really interesting is it actually applies to how long you will last in bed, too.

See, when you think that you’re going to come too soon before the action between the sheets even starts, you’re inadvertently sending a subconscious message to your brain that it should activate your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses prematurely.

Just keep things positive and think about how you’re going to give her a mind-blowing sex session and you’re going to be alright.

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