Lasting for as long as you can when you and your lover are already at it in the bedroom basically brings about two very nice upshots.
First, you’re going to give your partner a sexual experience that she won’t forget anytime soon and second, you are also in for an overload of pleasurable sensations as you go along yourself in the process.
However, you’re simply noticing that you seem to be coming way sooner than you’d like to between the sheets these days and it’s already getting you worried.
Now while going through premature ejaculation can be very frustrating for you and your lover, this isn’t the time to reach for pills, creams and other artificial products that so-called “sex gurus” are touting.
I discovered some simple factors during my extensive research into the male sexuality that can make you vulnerable to the same. Make sure you read on to find out what these are…
You worry that you’re going to come too soon.
Sure this sounds rather surprising, but the brain plays a key role in terms of activating your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses when you get sexually aroused.
It oversees that the hormone-producing glands’ release of the right amount of positive hormones in the body so you won’t have a tough time prepping up for sex and experiencing pleasurable sensations.
But the thing is worrying that you’re going to come sooner than you should only promotes the release of negative hormones that disrupt the function of their positive counterparts, which ranges from making your erections fizzle out to ejaculating prematurely.
You don’t control your breathing.
Did you know that the faster you breathe, the quicker the levels of positive hormones build up in your body, which can lead to premature ejaculation? Make it a point to control your breathing while you two are at it in bed and you’ll just be surprised how much longer you’ll last.
You only sexually penetrate her with your penis during lovemaking.
See, there are factors that the brain keeps in check to gauge when it’s time to activate your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses. And one of them is how much sensations your penis is feeling during lovemaking.
If the brain thinks that your penis has experienced enough feel-good penile sensations, it almost immediately makes you come. Keep in mind to stimulate your partner using other ways like fingering and oral sex to prevent this from happening.
You don’t masturbate as much as you should.
Masturbating regularly basically makes you more familiar when you sexual peak kicks in. This is the time when the levels of positive hormones in your body have reached their maximum and you’re already going to come.
Making it a point to masturbate frequently allows you to identify when your sexual peak is triggered, so you won’t be popping off too soon the next time you and your partner are having a lovemaking session.