Myths That You Probably Believe About Premature Ejaculation

Do you believe in these premature ejaculation myths?

Do you believe in these premature ejaculation myths?

I’m betting that one of the top priorities you’ve got in your lovemaking checklist is lasting for as long as you can when you’re already sexually penetrating your wife, girlfriend or lover in the bedroom.

Besides giving your partner loads of pleasurable sensations and boosting her chances of reaching the Big O while at it, you’re also going to be in for an awesome experience in the process when you don’t pop sooner than you’d like to in the middle of action.

And speaking of premature ejaculation, chances are you’ve already heard a lot of myths about it, usually from so-called “sex gurus” to promote the stuff they’re hawking.

We’ve compiled some of the most ridiculous myths about premature ejaculation to debunk them. Make sure you read on to find out what these are…

It is something that comes with age.

Unlike what a lot of men mistakenly believe, premature ejaculation doesn’t just get in the picture when you reach a certain age.

Some think that this issue is inevitable when they celebrate their 50th birthday or perhaps when they reach their late 40’s.

I’ve learned during my extensive research into the male sexuality that coming too soon is basically controlled by key factors like the pace and rhythm of your lovemaking session as well as how turned you are during the act.

Premature ejaculation is a permanent problem.

At its simplest, premature ejaculation is the effect of having your body’s orgasmic and ejaculatory responses kicking in sooner than they should.

(Experiencing too much stress at one time is also one of the reasons why this is happening.)

It can be easily staved off by taking note of how fast you’re going when you’re already entering your partner. Just remember to take things slow and easy when you’re getting busy and you’ll be on the right track.

It can be only cured by using medicines.

Sure getting your hands on medicines and other artificial products may be touted as the “best” solution to go for when it comes to premature ejaculation, doing so will just make you vulnerable to more problems in the long run.

Instead of reaching for pills, creams, gels and medicated condoms, try to check out thiss premature ejaculation-causing factor.


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