Deep Breathing Exercise for Relaxation & Rejuvenation


You need stress to survive. And while it may prove both damaging and irritating in excess, stress serves an essential balance for both the mind and the nervous system. Believe it or not, the most pleasurable activity known to humans can too be stressful--sex.

This stress can cause anxiety and intimacy fears for males. And for men hoping to control their anxiety-induced premature ejaculation, breathing techniques can ease the stress, fear and anxiety that lead to an unwanted ejaculation.

Here's How:
  1. Sit in a comfortable position. Breathe deeply.
  2. Inhale and clench your jaw, fists, stomach, butt and leg muscles. Hold them as long as you can.
  3. Exhale and release your jaw, fists and muscles of the lower body.
Each time this exercise is performed, the body will tend to give  more priority to the release over the clenching, which eventually will reinforce the response. Breathing exercises, when combmined with all-natural supplements, can ease stress and performance anxiety. For example: 
By controlling both your anxiety and stress levels, you can start to participate in longer, more enjoyable sex with your partner. But like any physical activity, sex--and endurance--take time to achieve. 

Discover More About Your Premature Ejaculation-Related Problem:

  1. Don't Be a Hack in the Sack – A Beginner's Guide to Sexual Endurance: Learn how to prevent performance anxiety as a novice to sex. 
  2. Nervous Sex – A Recipe for a Soft Performance: Your anxiety can ruin your capacity to well, perform. 



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Chase Health's picture
Chase Health posted on Tue, 06/04/2013 - 13:19
I have been doing this exercise on a daily basis recently. I tend to do it before I have sex and I have to say that it is the best thing ever. You will last so much longer right away. It works and I also like to take my erection pills when having sex. The drive is so amazing. Do it and you will see the difference.
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