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.