Your ability to give your lover a sex session that she won’t forget anytime greatly depends on your lasting power between the sheets.
Unless you’ve got the lasting power to really give your partner the pleasurable sensations she wants in bed, chances are you won’t make her reach the Big O even if you’re already bringing your A-game into play.
But the thing is that you don’t have to reach for pills, creams and other artificial stuff that claim to help you extend your bedroom playing time. There are actually simple and natural ways to do just that.
Here’s a quick checklist of the key factors that you should keep in mind when it comes to really taking your sexual stamina up a notch in no time:
Are your bad habits bringing down your sexual stamina?
I’m pretty sure you are finding this one a bit surprising, but your habits can easily boost or disrupt your sexual stamina. If the habits you have do your body good, then you won’t have a problem maintaining your lasting power between the sheets.
But the thing is that if you habitually smoke or perhaps drink a lot, it will set off a negative reaction in your body that can affect your overall circulation. And when that’s compromised, your sexual stamina is also going to be affected.
So how much exercise have you done this week?
Sweating it out in a regular basis not only helps maintain the ideal function of your organs, muscles and bones that play a key role in terms of movement, but also keep your blood flow in tiptop shape.
Make it a point to keep a regular exercise regimen in your schedule. I’m not saying that you should become a hardcore gym buff to pull this off. Just having a 15 to 20 minute bout of vigorous brisk walking, jogging or biking will already do the trick.
You are what you eat.
What you regularly load up on can easily have a big effect on your sexual stamina. Unless you make it a point to give your body the essential nutrients it needs to function up to par, you’re sure to notice that you’ll last sooner than you’d like to during lovemaking.
Keep in mind to have lots of fresh fruits and vegetables in your regular diet as well as down at least six to eight glasses of water a day. Enjoying moderate portions of your favorite brew from time to time also helps optimize the circulation, too.