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.