Masturbation With Added Arousal Boosters

Exercise B is similar to the one you’ve just read, but it serves a slightly different purpose. While exercise A allows you to gauge your level of arousal, it’s not enough on its own to allow you to become truly familiar with your body and what each stage of sexual stimulation feels like. Exercise A is effectively the introduction of learning to define which level you’re at on the pleasure scale. Exercise B builds on the same principle, while giving you a better insight into the detection of the various levels. This, in turn, will make naming your arousal level and choosing an appropriate step-down technique faster and more efficient in the future.

As I just mentioned, the ins and outs of this exercise are essentially the same as in exercise A. However, it contains a few differences that are going to increase your arousal levels from the outset and speed up the approach of your orgasm. The principle of this is as follows. By upping your arousal and stimulation levels from the beginning of the masturbation session, the pace is increased and you’ll reach orgasm sooner than you did in exercise A. This allows you to familiarise yourself with your arousal levels in a tighter space of time, under slightly different circumstances.

No matter how long masturbation or sex lasts, you go through the pleasure scale in the very same way, 1-10. The difference is in how quickly you progress through each phase of arousal. By changing certain aspects of masturbation and quickening the session, you’ll be able to re-sense each arousal phase. It makes absolute sense when you think about it in a sex-orientated situation. If every sexual experience lasted 15 minutes, or 5 minutes, or 45 seconds, that’d be fine. You’d know exactly how long your plateau stage lasted, you’d be aware of how you progress through the different levels of arousal – because it’d be the same every time you had sex. But in reality, as you know, this isn’t the case. Sex can last 5 minutes if it’s a quickie on the kitchen table, or 2 hours if it’s a romantic evening in. That’s why it’s essential you’re fully able to detect which level of sexual arousal you’re in regardless of the circumstances. No matter how long sex lasts or who you are having it with.

This exercise allows you to learn that skill, which really isn’t that tricky once you’ve explored it a few times. 99% of guys are simply unaware of the facts we’ve just covered, so get pretty lost in bed – not knowing if they’re 30 seconds or 10 minutes away from ejaculation.

On with the exercise.

EXERCISE B – Masturbation with added arousal boosters

Once again, ensure you’re in a calm atmosphere for this exercise, with nothing around that’ll distract your attention. As I just mentioned, the main difference between this exercise and the first one is the inclusion of extra arousal boosters.

Your aim is to speed up the masturbation session and quicken your approach to ejaculation. Unfortunately, simply jerking it faster isn’t the best way to do this.

There are 3 main methods that work well in changing the tempo of your masturbation session and bringing on orgasm sooner.

The first is altering the positioning of your body.

Some guys become more aroused in sex and masturbation while lying down, while others find that sitting upright increases their simulation levels. To determine which of the two body positions has the biggest effect on your own personal arousal levels, think back to past sexual encounters and masturbation sessions. Did you become more aroused in a shorter amount of time while sitting or standing? If you don’t think the position of your body has much of an influence on you, that’s fine – simply select one based on personal preference, whichever you feel most relaxed in.

Now, the second arousal booster: Porn.

Using a visual form of mental stimulation can speed up the approach of your orgasm by up to 50%. Pick whichever type of porn stimulates you the most and in whatever form:

Videos, pictures, or a combination of both. If you don’t really enjoy using porn while you masturbate, you can use your imagination to emulate its effect on your sexual arousal. Remember, the goal here is to simply increase your mental and physical arousal levels, reach orgasm sooner, and most importantly: Re-sense each level of the pleasure scale. The whole point of these exercises is to allow you to feel each level of arousal and know how close you are to ejaculating. Many, many men think they already know their bodies intimately enough to sense an impending orgasm, when they really do not. 10 seconds can make all the difference between extending sex or ending it abruptly and prematurely.

The last method of increasing physical stimulation is by using lube.

If you’re circumcised, you may already use a lubricant to make masturbating and sex more comfortable, but if you don’t, the new slick sensation it creates can really boost your physical level of excitement.

Now you’re properly prepared – in your preferred body position, with extra visual encouragement and possibly with some lube at hand – you can begin just as you did in exercise A. Once you’re erect, begin to masturbate at a slightly faster speed than before, but don’t overdo it. Move through stage 1 (1-3) within the first 60 seconds if you can, and enter the plateau stage (3-8).

Stay at this arousal level for a couple of minutes, extending it more than you did in exercise A. Only slow down or stop to avoid certain ejaculation. Just as you did in exercise A, try to appreciate the feelings running throughout your body. How tense you feel, your breathing rate and all other external indications of your sexual arousal. Don’t try to influence the way you react to being stimulated just yet, we’ll get to that a little later. Pay close attention to any times you hold your breath for a few seconds – it’s a common thing to do while masturbating and during sex to concentrate on the thrust or stroke. Once again, don’t avoid it, just notice it and move on. As well as noticing the external signs of you being aroused, be aware of the internal sensation in the tip and shaft of your penis and how it comes and goes, rises and falls.

Pay special attention to the external and internal signs of arousal at levels 7-9, the very end of the plateau stage and the start of your arousal peak/PoNR. The beginning end.

Once you’ve become familiar with the sensations that accompany each phase, you can transition into stage 3. This time, instead of teetering around the 7, 8, and 9 area for a little while, try to reach the PoNR very quickly. Go from level 9 to level 10 almost immediately. Be aware of how, when masturbating quickly with extra sexual influences, the PoNR can become less obvious and more difficult to predict. You should notice that by the time you’re completely aware of your final level of arousal, you’re already past the PoNR. Take a look at the diagram below.

The spacing between the numbers represents how much relative time should elapse between each level of your arousal.

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