If you’ve ever experienced premature ejaculation I’m sure you’ve wondered “why the heck is this happening?!” Well, here’s why…
Premature ejaculation happens any time you go to have sex and you orgasm quicker than you would like to.
Some people like to put a specific time to it and say that 5 minutes or less is premature. But the fact is that it’s really down to what you (and the woman you’re with) feel is premature, and it just so happens the UK’s NHS agree with me on this in their article on Ejaculation Problems.
But the real question is – why does it happen?
Well there are many theories, but the bottom line is that premature ejaculation happens when you get too excited and over-stimulated during sex.
Enjoying sex is amazing and I’m 100% for that, but if you get so mega-excited that you lose all physical control, then there’s little you can do to avoid blowing early.
So you’ve got to find the balance between excitement and control.
And the truth is you can have both in massive amounts.
It’s all about learning when to pull back your excitement so you can the long-term satisfaction and enjoyment of long lasting sex.
So to answer the original question “what is premature ejaculation?”
It’s really your body’s response to intense over-stimulation and excitement.
It happens when your body (and mind) experience so much physical pleasure that the only reasonable way for it to respond is with orgasm.
So if you want to last longer in bed you’ve got to learn to take control of the stimulation you experience during sex so you can enjoy fulfilling long lasting love making.
And if you want some dead simple strategies on how to do this, then check out this article on How To Last Longer In Bed.