Remember how we talked about the key to sexual stamina being the ability to stay within the parasympathetic mode? Again, this is the part of your nervous system that controls autonomous processes, including your heartbeat, digestion, and breathing. Your mind has a lot of influence with staying in this mode, just as your mind, through anxiety, can push you too quickly into the sympathetic mode. The way your mind works has significant impact on premature ejaculation.
Written by Rob Michaels
YOUR MIND AND PREMATURE EJACULATION
The longer you’re in the parasympathetic mode, the longer you’ll last. The quicker you cross over into the sympathetic mode, the quicker you’ll ejaculate. Build up both physical and mental stamina to conquer premature ejaculation.
Think back to that snowball effect of anxiety, which worsens issues like lack of self-esteem, development of performance anxiety, and avoidance of sexual activity. Don’t let the pressure overwhelm you. Relax and do it! Stop overthinking. This is a lot of information to take in, but don’t get caught up in the details. Instead, have a good time and don’t try too hard. Have faith in yourself. You CAN do this!
Go into every sexual experience KNOWING you can do it! This positive mindset is one of the most important things you can do to help you prevent premature ejaculation.
Even if the root of your premature ejaculation lies in psychological factors, pursuing physical remedies (exercises and/or products) can have a positive mental effect, by boosting your self-confidence. There’s research that shows certain exercises can actually help relieve premature ejaculation.
Most men dwell on their premature ejaculation problem, which only makes it worse, by compounding the problem.
- Take deep breaths, and avoid getting too excited.
- Be sure to enjoy the moment.
- Lastly, take your time during foreplay.
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 Pastore, Antonio L., Palleschi, Giovanni, Andrea Fuschi. “Pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation for patients with lifelong premature ejaculation: a novel therapeutic approach.” Therapeutic Advances in Urology, 6(3), 2014. February 2014. Retrieved from https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1756287214523329
About Rob Michaels
Rob Michaels is the founder of PEGym.com and the author of the bestselling book, Penis Exercises: A Healthy Book for Enlargement, Enhancement, Hardness, & Health.
Rob Michaels has been featured in numerous media platforms, including Men’s Health, GQ Magazine, and Salon.com, among others. As a male enhancement expert, he has spent more than a decade researching different male enhancement techniques and reviewing products that men can use safely. He continually strives to develop effective programs that will help men gain confidence and a healthy sexuality by achieving their male enhancement goals.