If you are one of the millions of people suffering from premature ejaculation, you have to understand that there is absolutely nothing wrong with you. There is a high chance that your premature ejaculation is triggered by anxiety in one way or the other.
The Chemical Release When The Body Becomes Stressed
The body secretes a lot of chemicals, such as enzymes and hormones when stressed. These bring about various reactions, which tend to raise blood pressure, induce muscle contraction, increase breath rate, etc.
During sexual intercourse, these same chemical emissions into the bloodstream can impact the ejaculatory mechanism. It results in an early expulsion and thus ending the arousal state which brings a bit of orgasm, and the body back to the state of chemical equilibrium.
CAN YOU CONTROL THIS? If you can handle your anxiety, you can. However, if you allow anxiety to control you, you definitely cannot. It is as simple as that. Managing stress and anxiety during sexual intercourse is crucial.
It is a widely known fact that the life force Prana is linked to the breath. Pranayama, meaning the control of the life force, can at least help you put anxiety aside if it is done properly. Controlling the life force simply means controlling bodily function. By doing that, the chemical reaction created by anxiety and stress would be hindered.
The chemical emissions induced by stress and anxiety are generally damaging to the cardiovascular system and specifically can cause a high level of cholesterol deposits in the arteries that causes strokes and heart attacks.
A Simple Exercise To Control Anxiety During Sex And In Your General Life
Few minutes before intercourse, excuse yourself from doing this natural magic when you can. Go to the bathroom, and sit for two minutes doing this yoga exercise.
- Take three deep breaths.
- Then, inhale to a count of nine
- Hold your breath for another count of nine
- Finally, exhale for a count of nine.
- Repeat this exercise five times.
- At the end retake the three deep breaths.
- Wash your face and put cold water on your wrists.
Your blood pressure has just been reduced with this yogic exercise, and the general body function has been regularized.
Returning To Your Sexual Activity
As you return to your sexual activity, keep your breath exercise in mind, proceed gradually with your partner, and stay clear of any anxiety about your performance. Instead, keep your mind concentrated on that great feeling of control you demonstrated with your breath. Let that feeling reach every cell in your body.
Keep remembering that feeling throughout the process of penetration. If you are too excited, then start to divide and multiply by the number 16 or 14 mentally. Let the sexual performance continue naturally, and eliminate worry from your mind. Instead, start thinking about 73 times 14. Do the math problem mentally, and the anxiety will disappear. You will realize you are penetrating deeper and better each time you try it.
Continue your breath control exercise every day. If you can achieve that, you can eliminate premature ejaculation forever.