how to last longer in bed

So you'd like to stretch your bedroom playing time...

So you’d like to stretch your bedroom playing time…

Chances are one of your top sexual priorities is to last for as long as you can when you and your lover are already at it between the sheets.

Apart from giving your partner an overload of pleasurable sensations that will easily make her reach the Big O as you go along, you will also keep clear from feeling rather disappointed when you come sooner than you’d like to.

But the thing is I am really disappointed with a lot of the advice that self-proclaimed “sex gurus” are dishing out these days.

They don’t just point out that premature ejaculation is permanent and age-related, but also recommend the use of artificial products like topical gels, creams and pills that supposedly fix the issue.

Sure they might give you the relief that you want in terms of lasting longer during sex, but you’re going to be in for some adverse side effects in the long run.

Why don’t you follow along to learn some natural and effective ways to keep premature ejaculation at bay?

Keep a positive mindset.

I know this sounds surprising right now, but your mindset actually plays a key role when lasting for as long as you can in the bedroom is concerned. See, thinking positively encourages the constant production and release of the right hormones that keep your sexual arousal going ideally and naturally staves off premature ejaculation.

Thinking negative thoughts basically promotes the release of negative hormones that do just the opposite.

And when I say “opposite,” I mean “making you come sooner than you should.”

Go slow and easy.

Now while the temptation to go fast and furious when you get the chance to sexually penetrate your lover is really great, keep in mind that doing so will just make your brain think that you’ve already experienced all the sexual pleasure that you deserve and activate your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses way ahead of time.

Make it a point to go as slow and easy as you can and you’ll be on the right track. The pleasurable sensations that your partner will experience will also be more intense when you do this.

Focus more on her pleasure.

A lot of guys seem to overlook the fact that becoming too absorbed with their own sexual arousal will prevent them from really controlling when to pop during lovemaking.

Remember to make her pleasure your top priority when you’re at it in bed and you’ll be surprised with how much longer you will able to last. Making oral sex a mainstay in your checklist is definitely a plus.

Are you noticing that you're coming too soon during sex these days?

Are you noticing that you’re coming too soon during sex these days?

Lasting for as long as you can during lovemaking is one of the key factors when it comes to really giving your lover a sex session she won’t forget anytime soon.

Unlike what a lot of so-called “sex gurus” are saying these days, you don’t have to go for pills that claim they can hold back premature ejaculation or its counterparts that come in the form of creams and gels.

I’ve learned during my extensive research into the male sexuality that there are bad habits that can cause you to come sooner than you’d like to during sex. Make sure you read on to learn what these are…

Bad Habit #1: You always worry you will ejaculate prematurely.

At its simplest, sexual arousal is caused by a surge of positive hormones released in the body when the brain detects that things are already getting extra steamy between you and your lover.

Besides making the sensations that you feel pleasurable and get your rock hard, these hormones also help the brain gauge when it’s going to activate the body’s orgasmic and ejaculatory responses.

However, something else happens when you worry that you will come too soon. Negative hormones get in the picture and disrupt the whole process. Besides making you lose the intensity of your erections, you’ll also go off sooner than expected.

Just think happy thoughts while you’re at it and you’ll be on the right track.

Bad Habit #2: You go full speed ahead when you get the chance.

Like I’ve explained earlier, positive hormones help the brain gauge if it’s already time to activate your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses. If the brain perceives that it’s getting an overload of the same in a short period of time, you’re going to pop prematurely.

Make it a point to go as slow and easy as you can when the action’s already getting hot between the sheets. Apart from preventing you from coming too soon, your partner is also going to experience a lot of more pleasurable sensations in the process.

Bad Habit #3: Be creative when pleasuring your lover.

See, it’s not just your penis that can give your partner awesome sensations during sex. You can also use your fingers, tongue and lips when you’re in the heat of the moment.

Giving your lover a bout of oral sex that will knock her socks off is also a great strategy to keep premature ejaculation at bay.

 

Coming too soon these days? Read this.

Coming too soon these days? Read this.

I’m pretty sure that lasting long in bed is your top priority whenever you and your lover are at it in the bedroom.

But the thing is you seem to go off sooner than you’d like to during sex even before you really got started these days. And it’s already affecting you a great deal.

There’s no need to get your hands on pills, creams and other artificial stuff that claim to help you extend your bedroom playing time though. Make sure you read on to find out a few quick and easy tips to help you get the job done…

Don’t think that you’re going to come too soon.

The brain is basically the one overseeing the production and release of positive hormones like dopamine and oxytocin that help prepare your body for lovemaking.

Now while it is naturally wired to churn them out as soon as it detects that things are getting hot in the bedroom, your thoughts can easily disrupt the whole process and may stimulate the body to release negative hormones instead.

These negative hormones mess up your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses when they reach a certain level, which will just lead to premature ejaculation when you’re at it between the sheets.

Focus on her pleasure.

If you’re anything like most guys, you probably want to get fast and furious when you get the chance in the bedroom. And this is one of the biggest reasons why you’re coming too soon.

See, concentrating on your partner’s pleasure prevents you from experiencing a lot of pleasurable sensations all at once that the brain uses to gauge when to kick in your ejaculatory and orgasmic responses.

Make it a point to give your lover an oral sex session she won’t forget anytime soon or perhaps a sensual massage that will keep her on her toes during the action.

Go as slow and easy as you can.

The sensations that you experience when you penetrate your lover sexually are no doubt extremely pleasurable.

So it’s not that uncommon to take things up a notch when you do it. However, overdoing the whole thing will just lead to you coming too soon before you know it.

Although I’m not saying that you shouldn’t pick up the pace once in a while during sex, keep in mind to go slow and easy as you can to avoid popping off faster than you’d like to.

These tips will help you last longer in the bedroom...

These tips will help you last longer in the bedroom…

I’m sure lasting long during sex is the first priority you have in your mind whenever things are getting steamy between the sheets with your lover.

However, unlike what a lot of so-called “sex gurus” are saying these days, you can easily extend your bedroom playing time without getting your hands on pills, creams, lotions and other artificial products that can do more harm than good sooner or later.

So if you’re really looking to last longer when you and your partner are getting frisky in bed, here are a few simple tips that will surely help you pull off just that in no time at all:

Be as relaxed as you can.

Now while it’s quite normal to feel a bit nervous whenever you know that something hot will unfold between you and your lover in a short while, allowing yourself to worry too much will simply lead to disaster when it comes to sex.

Worrying too much basically stimulates your brain to fire up the endocrine glands to let loose stress hormones. Apart from making you feel rather woozy, having too much stress hormones in your body also speeds up the sexual arousal process abnormally, which leads to premature ejaculation.

And just to make things even scarier, the excessive build-up of stress hormones in the system when you’re getting ready for lovemaking is also one of the biggest factors of erectile dysfunction. How’s that for disappointing?

Take things slow and easy.

Sure this may sound rather simplistic, but going at it like there’s no tomorrow the moment things get hot in the bedroom greatly raises your chances of coming sooner than you’re planning to.

You’re not just peaking out your body’s sexual arousal process lots of times faster than it’s supposed to, which can make go off sooner than you’d like, but also exciting your senses more than they can ideally handle at once.

And what do you get when this happens? That’s right. Premature ejaculation. Plus, it will happen without you and your lover getting the sexual satisfaction you both want. (You can alternate between oral sex and thrusting though if you want to give your partner continuous stimulation.)

Don’t think about it.

The brain has the tendency to follow the things you’re thinking about, even if you don’t want it from happening anytime soon. So if you make it a habit to think about coming too quickly during sex, chances are you will.