Last Longer In Bed Exercises

Different exercises you can use to last longer in bed

These are just some of the reasons why you need to masturbate regularly...

These are just some of the reasons why you need to masturbate regularly…

Masturbation is no doubt an activity that you’re quite familiar with.

Chances are you’re also doing it in a regular basis, too.

Now while the first reason why you masturbate is experiencing sexual pleasure by yourself, it actually has some key benefits that can take your performance in the bedroom up a notch.

Sure this may sound surprising right now, but you’ll have a more positive view on masturbation after going through this post.

Make sure you read on to find out what these sexual benefits are…

Masturbation helps you get rock hard on demand.

Chances are you’re already familiar with the phrase “practice makes perfect.” Well, this can be also applied to your ability to achieve an erection when you are sexually aroused.

Masturbation basically helps your body “practice” getting the ideal erection for lovemaking, by simulating the process that you normally go through when you and your partner are at it between the sheets.

Besides helping ensure that you will get rock hard as soon as things get hot in bed, the erection that you’ll achieve won’t fizzle out sooner than you’d like to as well.

Masturbation boosts overall immunity.

I’ve learned during my extensive research into the male sexuality that masturbating in a regular basis helps keep the balance of stress and positive hormones as ideal as possible.

This is because you will have a surge of positive hormones each time you ejaculate, which prevents their negative counterparts to skyrocket and wreak havoc on your immune system.

If stress hormones well up more than they should repeatedly, this can lead to a weakened immune system in the long run.

And come to think of it. You’ll be having a great time while at it, too.

Masturbation helps prevent premature ejaculation.

The male body uses positive hormones like dopamine and oxytocin to prep up for lovemaking. And when their levels reach a certain range, the brain translates this to activate your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses.

This is called the “sexual peak” and not having a clue when yours kick in can lead to premature ejaculation, which is definitely one of the most frustrating experiences that you and your partner can go through in the bedroom.

See, you are basically going through the same sexual arousal process as lovemaking when you masturbate.

The more you masturbate, the more you’ll be familiar with your sexual peak.

Now just imagine how much longer you will last the next time you and your lover are at it between the sheets.

Stave off premature ejaculation with these pointers!

Stave off premature ejaculation with these pointers!

Premature ejaculation is perhaps one of the most disastrous experiences that you can ever go through when you and your lover are already at it between the sheets.

Apart from preventing you from really giving your partner the sexual satisfaction that she wants in bed, you’re also going to miss out on a lot of pleasurable sensations yourself.

Now while using gels, pills and creams that claim to help prevent you from going off too soon during lovemaking sounds the best solution to go for right now, you’re only putting yourself at risk to a lot of health issues sooner or later.

But the thing is I’ve learned some simple yet very effective techniques that can stave off premature ejaculation during my extensive research into the male sexuality and you just have to follow along to find out what they are…

Think that you’re going to last for as long as you can.

Did you know that simply thinking that you’re going to come too soon actually conditions your body to do just that?

This is because the brain tends to pick up mental cues and considers them as something that you’d like to happen. And you’ll simply find yourself coming before you’ve even got started when this happens.

So instead of thinking that you’re going to pop sooner than you’d like to when the action’s going on in the bedroom, think about lasting long enough to really knock your lover’s socks off.

Focus on making your partner come first.

A lot of guys seem to overlook the fact that primarily focusing on their sexual pleasure during lovemaking will significantly increase their chances of coming too soon.

This basically keeps them from getting complete control of their body’s orgasmic and ejaculatory responses.

Make it a point to mostly concentrate on giving your lover a sex session that she won’t forget anytime soon when you’re already at it between the sheets.

Besides boosting your chances of giving her an orgasm or two, you’re also going to last longer in the process.

Try to hold off penile stimulation for later.

Some men tend to sexually penetrate their partners as soon as they get the chance, which creates a surge of positive hormones in their bodies almost immediately.

See, when these hormones reach a certain level, the brain translates it as a sign to activate your body’s orgasmic and ejaculatory responses. And you already know what happens next, right?

Keep in mind to stimulate your lover through other means like your fingers, lips and tongue first.

(Here’s an oral sex trick that she’ll surely love, too!)

Keep clear from these premature ejaculation myths!

Keep clear from these premature ejaculation myths!

I’m pretty sure that one of your top priorities when it comes to lovemaking is lasting for as long as you can.

Besides giving your partner all the sexual pleasure she needs when you’re at it between the sheets, you’re also boosting your chances of making her achieve orgasm (even again and again) if you play your cards right.

However, I am really disappointed at what a lot of so-called “sex gurus” are saying these days, particularly about the stuff about premature ejaculation.

Make sure you follow along as I walk you through some of the most prevalent premature ejaculation myths and debunk them one by one…

It only happens to a select few.

Let’s start things off with the most popular premature ejaculation myth…

Unlike what most men mistakenly believe, the problem of going off too soon during lovemaking happens to a lot of guys (say millions and millions to give you a ballpark figure) around the world.

Sure going through premature ejaculation when you and your lover are getting busy in bed may be quite frustrating and embarrassing, but you are not alone in this. There are actually lots and lots of guys who are dealing with it these days.

Come to think of it. Chances are you’re experiencing it because you’re worried that you’re going to come too soon or perhaps didn’t have sex for a long time.

Once it’s there, it stays.

Just to clear things up, premature ejaculation isn’t a permanent thing.

See, premature ejaculation takes place when your sexual arousal gets disrupted or perhaps the pace and rhythm you’re having during the action are faster than they should.

What’s really interesting is once you find a way to rectify this problem, you will be surprised to know that it will go away.

It is inevitable.

A lot of self-proclaimed “sex gurus” are saying that experiencing premature ejaculation is rather expected as you get older.

Interestingly, I’ve learned during my extensive research into the male sexuality that coming too soon during sex is basically triggered by specific factors.

These factors include the speed of the sexual act, the mindset you have before and during lovemaking as well as the amount of positive hormones in your body.

And just to point out, you don’t need to get your hands on pills, creams, treated condoms as well as other artificial products to fix this problem.

 

Having the feeling that you're coming too soon these days?

Having the feeling that you’re coming too soon these days?

Chances are you’d like to last for as long as you can when you and your lover are already at it between the sheets.

Besides giving her an amazing sex session that she won’t forget anytime soon, you’re also going to experience a lot of pleasurable sensations in the process.

However, you just notice that you’re going off much too soon during sex these days. And it’s already making you and your partner feel rather frustrated.

Unlike what a lot of so-called “sex gurus” are recommending, though, you don’t need to get your hands on gels, creams, pills and similar artificial products that claim to help extend your bedroom playing time.

Make sure you follow along to learn a few simple factors that can easily make or break your chances of lasting long in bed…

You think that you’re going to come prematurely.

Now while this may sound surprising, having the mindset that you’re going to experience premature ejaculation during sex will make you quite vulnerable to it.

This is because the brain will be stimulated to coax the hormone-producing glands to release negative hormones that practically disrupt the sexual arousal process.

And these hormones can also activate your body’s orgasmic and ejaculatory responses way ahead of time, which already gives you an idea of the disaster that they’re capable of.

Make it a point to do away with the thought that you’re going to come too soon and you’ll be on the right track.

You go too fast.

Interestingly, the brain gauges when to kick off your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses by the levels of the positive hormones in your body.

Once these hormones reach a certain level, the brain translates this as a sign that you’ve already experienced the right amount of sexual pleasure and will top the whole thing off with an orgasm and ejaculation.

Keep in mind to go as slow and easy as you can to slow down the buildup of positive hormones in your body. Plus, you’re also going to intensify the pleasurable sensations that your lover experiences while at it.

You don’t ask her to run the show.

When you focus on your partner’s sexual pleasure, the stimulation that you’re getting in your end is going to be in stops and starts.

This simply means that the positive hormones in your body won’t suddenly surge in the middle of the action and make you come sooner than you’d like to.