Dopamine is a substance that you can really get hooked on. And if you are dealing with premature ejaculation (PE) then that’s a good sign that you already are addicted to it.
You see, dopamine is just a substance your body releases when it wants to reward you.
Now your body isn’t nearly as sophisticated as you are. It has basically just one main objective in mind: keeping yourself alive, and passing on your DNA.
So when you engage in an activity which seems to support either of these, then your body pours out dopamine.
Eating for example causes your body to pour out some dopamine for you. Especially high-fat foods or foods that are very sugary. Because even though they are now considered unhealthy, simply because they are so abundantly available, for most of human history these were actually good foods when people didn’t have stable food supplies.
Another thing that causes your body to give you a little dopamine high?
Whenever you reach an orgasm, that’s when you get a big fat dose of dopamine. That’s why it feels so good.
Now the thing is – when you crave dopamine so desperately, that’s when you ejaculate too quickly. Because you’re chasing dopamine like a crackhead chasing the dragon. You lose control over your performance, and BOOM – it’s all over.
Too soon, too fast, to quick…
Now this is not the only cause of PE, but it’s often at least a contributing factor.
Answer these questions:
- Do you have a strong sex-drive (lots of sexual desire/fantasies)?
- Do you lack motivation and ambition and are kind of lazy?
- Do you always feel like you want more, and like you never really have enough?
- Do you feel depressed?
- Are you a competitive person?
- Do you have difficulty being affectionate and warm with other people?
Before you continue reading, please make sure that you have answered the question and just wrote down the answer to each question (simple yes/no).
You see, if you answered question 1, 3 and 5 with yes, than that’s an indicator that you’re generally a personality type who is craving dopamine.
Whereas if you answered question 2, 4 and 6 positively, then that’s an indicator that you don’t have enough dopamine in your life.
Now, keep in mind this is not a scientific assessment, but and the results should be taken with a grain of salt, the accuracy isn’t 100%. It’s just to give you an idea.
But there are a couple of things you can do to change the way you relate to dopamine.
In fact, that’s part of the How To Last Longer in Bed course, and yep, it’s (almost) free – all you need to “pay” is to give me your email address. But I’ll never sell, rent or do anything with it that I wouldn’t do with my best friends email 🙂