How To Last Longer During Sex Naturally – Breathing Tips To Stop Premature Ejaculation Naturally

It is a little known fact that your bodies breathing patterns will affect how long you last in bed and how quickly you reach climax. In the article below you will learn how your breathing patterns affect your ejaculation and an easy method you can use to alter your breathing to control premature ejaculation naturally. Best part is you can use this method tonight!

Chances Are You Are Breathing Wrong!

The biggest mistake that most guys make when they are having sex is to breath very fast short breaths. What this ends up doing is making your heart start to pump fast which will lead to your body reaching levels of excitement much faster. And when your body reaches levels of excitement to fast premature ejaculation is the end result! You will see a noticeable increase in the time it takes you to reach climax if you can control your breathing which will relax your body and prolong your climax.

Whats The Best Way To Slow My Breathing

The best way to get control of your breathing and keep it at relaxed levels is by using a method that is used by many yoga practitioners and mediation enthusiasts, it is called triangular breathing. This type of breathing will help you to stay clam and eliminate the stress and arousal levels that are associated with cumming to fast during sex. It will also help to increase your serotonin levels which are your bodies natural way to calm itself!

How Do Perform Triangular Breathing

  1. Inhale deeply for 3 to 5 seconds
  2. Hold your breath for 3 to 5 seconds
  3. Exhale your breath for 3 to 5 seconds
  4. Repeat The Process

Is It Really That Easy

Yes it is that easy, I know you were expecting some super involved breathing technique but truth be told this simple breathing pattern is all you will need to calm yourself down. I know you are still probably thinking there is no way this will work but trust me it does work and you owe it to yourself to try it.

One Tip That Will Help Yo With Your Breathing

The one thing that many guys do during sex is lose focus on themselves and their surroundings. So in order to breath correctly to calm yourself you will need to make a mental note before sex starts to really focus on your breathing. For this method to effective yo have to make sure you start your triangular breathing right away and not when you start to feel like premature ejaculation is about to occur!

How to Make Her Want More Sex – 1 Natural Tips For Better Sex (This is SO Easy!)

In this article we are going to tackle yet another sexy subject….how to make her want sex more, WITHOUT any lotions, potions or magic solutions. The simple truth is that there are FAR more factors out there that govern a good and healthy sex life than you might have considered…and once you DO, you (and your girl) are going to absolutely REDISCOVER the joys and pleasures of sex that will blow you away..:-) Continue reading on as we cover two simple (and healthy) tips you can try tonight to amp UP the erotic energy in your bedroom (and beyond!)

Categorized: Go Natural

And no…we are NOT talking about safe sex here, guys..:-) Did you know that a HUGE part of your sexual strength is actually regulated by your diet? It’s true..and some PHENOMENALLY exciting (and fun..:-) experiments have been done in recent years with natural or raw diets and deeper, more exquisite and erotic sex. Both men and women alike have reported AMAZINGLY powerful orgasms after only 3 or 4 days of (temporarily) kicking lots of processed foods, meats, caffeine and more. Now, we are NOT telling you to change your entire lifestyle (unless you really want to!) but the AMAZING and often INSTANT increase in female libido on the back of these changes (no pun intended..;-) is WELL worth noting!

More Facts Worth Considering?

Some of the participants ALSO reported an amazing increase in erotic sensation both BEFORE and during sex…..and many raw food fans have been claiming that one of the very FIRST benefits you’ll get out of “going natural” is the tremendous tickling that your body starts to feel as you start getting raw..;-) Besides, there is NOTHING more primal than seeing your girl hungry for YOU…(rather than another big bag of chips) and the INTENSITY of both of your orgasms will do NOTHING if not keep you eating healthy for a few more days for sure!

Sex and Drugs: Effects of Addiction on Sexuality

Sex and drugs always seems like a hot topic in the media and in nearly all social circles, but the reality of the situation is that sex and drugs can pose serious, lifelong consequences to those who engage in such behaviors simultaneously. There are always inherent risks associated with drug abuse, and unfortunately there are also serious risks involved with sex. This is true of each behavior independently, and it is a significantly exacerbated truth when the two are combined.

Some people might claim that sex and drugs “feel good” together, and for some this might be temporarily true. However, the fact of the matter is that this suggestion involves using drugs – a significant moral, health and legal dilemma in the United States. Additionally, most drugs of abuse are highly addictive, posing a serious problem for the short term and long term sexual health of the addict.

Ultimately, when drug abuse leads to addiction and sex is involved, the already inherent risks of both actions are greatly amplified, and could have lifelong consequences for those who engage in these behaviors. This can include unwanted pregnancies, sexually transmitted diseases, rape and sexual assault, prostitution and other violent crimes. If you’re having sex and you have a drug problem, then you’re at serious risk and should take immediate action to get help now. Sexuality is far too important of a human function to risk damaging permanently.

Libido – the Primary Impact of Sex and Drugs

Think using drugs will boost your libido? Think again.

One of the most common misconceptions about sex and drugs is that a person’s libido can be increased by abusing various substances. While this might be true of certain supplements and pharmaceutical drugs, it is not at all true of street drugs – including ecstasy. (Ecstasy deserves special mention because many people see it as a sex-enhancing drug, but these effects generally wear off quite quickly and leave the user uninterested in sex or incapable of performing or achieving orgasm.) There are three primary reasons that drugs negatively affect a person’s libido:

1.) Emotional Distress and other Substance Abuse Related Stress

When occasional drug use or drinking leads to addiction, sex is almost always affected. People with drug or drinking problems often struggle with emotional disorders such as depression or bipolar. While drug use appears to allow a way to self-medicate, it actually only worsens pre-existing conditions. Additionally, because drug abuse has moral, professional and legal taboos associated with it, there is a great deal of stress attached with using drugs.

Because stress decreases the average person’s libido, it’s perfectly logical to argue that drug and alcohol abuse will ultimately have a negative effect on human sexuality.

2.) Drug Seeking and Using is Exhausting, Time Consuming Behavior

Most people who are addicted to drugs or alcohol spend a significant portion of their time – perhaps all their time – finding drugs, actively using, hiding their drug use, and generating income (often illegally) in order to support their habit. All of this is extremely time consuming, and unless the drug user’s partner is also using drugs, most of these behaviors will necessarily need to occur away from any non-using partner. And because drug use itself is so exhausting and often leads to “passing out,” the opportunity and desire for sex may be significantly decreased.

3.) Physical Effects of Drugs can Cause Sexual Problems

Some drugs cause physical problems that may make it difficult or impossible to have sex. This can be something as benign as being unable to achieve erection as a result of alcohol consumption, to a complete lack of physical sensation, to other serious problems like pulmonary distress associated with use of opiates, or paranoia/fear associated with marijuana use. Severe issues like these can make it impossible to function normally from a sexual standpoint.

Sex and Drugs Lead to High Risk Sexual Behavior

Addiction and alcoholism are often breeding grounds for dangerous sexual behaviors

Just attend any AA or NA meeting, and you’ll hear countless horror stories related to sex and drugs. Because the drive for sex is nearly as powerful in a non-addicted person as the drive for drugs in some drug abusers, the two behaviors can often mix with damaging consequences including:

*Unwanted Pregnancies

Lowered inhibitions as a result of drug or alcohol abuse often coincide with reckless sexual decision making, such as the choice to not use a condom or other contraceptive. And when women who are addicted to drugs get pregnant, the person who suffers the most is often the unborn child. This is evidenced by recent reports that babies born addicted to drugs have skyrocketed in the United States in the last several years. This is because many women who are addicts do not seek out prenatal care and instead continue using drugs throughout their medically-unassisted pregnancy. Ultimately, women in this situation who successfully carry their babies to term (they often don’t) put their child at risk of being born addicted.

In many cases, babies born addicted to drugs are taken from their mother and placed in state care. Mothers can face criminal charges that may result in years behind bars.

*Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Sexually transmitted diseases spread rapidly through addict and drug abuser communities. Lowered inhibitions, desperation, unsanitary conditions and more can lead to an environment where drug users are significantly more prone to contract an STD than people who do not use drugs and have sex. And because many STDs are incurable, even one occasion of mixing sex and drugs or sex and alcohol can lead to a lifetime of medical complications.

*Prostitution

Drug addiction is expensive. Many addicts spiral down into a hole created when they exhaust their savings, sell their belongings and then begin stealing from others in order to support their habit. But for some people, these actions either aren’t an option, or there’s nobody left in their lives to steal from. This makes it all too easy to turn to prostitution in order to continue to purchase and use drugs.

Prostitution also comes with a naturally increased rate of transmission of STD, unwanted pregnancies and sexual and drug related crimes.

Sex, Drugs and Violence

It happens. A lot.

When people mix sex and drugs or sex and alcohol, things often go terribly wrong. While this could be any of the things discussed earlier, it could also be any number of violent sexual acts or behaviors. This is especially true for addicts who engage in promiscuity or prostitution in order to feed their drug addictions.

People who use drugs are much more susceptible to rape and sexual assault. Because drugs are involved, it’s easy to become incapacitated and taken advantage of. And as a result of the illegal nature of drugs, many victims are too scared to report the crime because they fear repercussions themselves. Additionally, there is an unfortunate tendency by law enforcement and others to discount or dismiss reports of sexual crimes against drug addicts or alcoholics.

In a large number of cases the sexual damage from a rape or other sexually-related assault can present complications for years – or even permanently. This is important for current drug abusers to consider, because these problems are likely to still be present long after they’ve stopped using drugs and achieved sobriety.

Sexual assault and sexual violence against drug users isn’t gender specific – both men and women become promiscuous, practice prostitution and possibly become the victims of sexual attacks. If drugs are involved, the dangers are always much more significant.

Long Term Consequences of Sex and Drugs

If you engage in these behaviors, you could affect your sexual health for life

When it comes to sex and drugs, the risks simply do not justify what vague benefits are sold to people in order to continue this type of lifestyle. In effect, a person could ruin their sexual health permanently – even if they only used drugs for a short time. The following are the four most prominent long term consequences of sex and drug abuse:

1.) Disease

Sexually transmitted diseases like Herpes, Hepatitis and AIDS cannot be cured. Addicts who contract these diseases will be forced to cope with them for the rest of their lives. This is a serious consideration for people who are addicted now and keep saying that “one day” they’ll quit. That one day could be one day too late.

2.) Injury

Sexual assault and other sexual violence can result in permanent injuries that can impact a person’s sexuality.

3.) Sexual Disconnection

Years of drug abuse and sex may desensitize a person to the point that sex while sober isn’t appealing anymore. Additionally, sexual trauma or other bad experiences during active drug use periods may cause severe emotional damage that may make it hard for a person to become close to another person in a healthy sexual manner.

4.) Loss of an Important Relationship

Promiscuity, prostitution and infidelity during active drug use can lead to the loss of an important romantic and sexual relationship that you might not be able to repair once you’ve become sober. Additionally, drug use alone is often enough to end a relationship, so if you have someone that you care about now and you’re still using drugs, perhaps it’s time to stop, before you lose them…

Get Longer Lasting Sex – 2 Quick Tips To Avoid Premature Ejaculation (And Make You A Sex Machine!)

Are you having trouble in lasting the distance during sex and leaving your woman satisfied? If premature ejaculation is a problem to you, I am sure you would want to make it stop for good and begin enjoying longer lasting sex every night.

After all, no woman would want to stick with a man who will never be able to satisfy her desires in bed – and you surely don’t want to see your wife or girlfriend walk away from you!

As a matter of fact, there are plenty of ways of enhancing your sexuality. Most guys turn to medication or drugs to give their stamina in bed a much needed boost

There are however more natural ways of helping you avoid premature ejaculation during sex and making you more sexually potent in bed.

Here are 2 of the easiest steps you can take to achieve a better staying power and get you to last longer in sex:

a) Don’t omit foreplay in sex

Many guys make the mistake of thinking foreplay is unnecessary during sex and end up diving straight to the actual act of intercourse. Now, especially when you are struggling with premature ejaculation, engaging in more foreplay and even oral sex on her can play to your advantage.

Foreplay and cunnilingus allows you time to properly satisfy your woman beforehand and make it easier for her to reach orgasm. At the same time, you relieve your genitals from an early stimulation, making it easier for you to maintain control of your arousal.

Combined, you will add several more minutes to your staying power while simultaneously leave your woman far more sexually satisfied!

b) Try different sex positions

Believe it or not, the positions in which you make love to your partner can determine how far you can last before blowing your load off. This is because the level of stimulation on your genitals varies in the different positions you engage in sex.

In most cases, positions where you are lying flat on your back with your woman on top work well in reducing the amount of sexual stimulation on you. This is because upwards thrusting creates less friction on the sensitive nodes on your penis.

Experiment with the many positions in bed and find the one which works best to help you avoid premature ejaculation and get longer lasting sex!