Achieving the big O is the ultimate goal for any coupling encounter, one that most men and woman are able to achieve on a semi-regular basis. A lucky few are even able to capture the ever elusive multiple emissions. Sadly for the men of the world, this feat is much easier achieved by women, than by men. Learn why one’s biology plays a role in being able to release two or more times and how men can up their chances by maintaining a healthy male organ. |
The Biology of an Emission
When a man (or a woman) emissions, there is a release of hormones, tension and bodily fluids. Famous coupling researcher Alfred Kinsey once likened an emission to a sneeze - of the pelvic region, that is! After emission has been achieved, there is a period of time known as the refractory period, which is essentially a recovery period for the body. A man’s refractory period can last for as little as 20 minutes - for men who are young and healthy - and up to an hour or more for older men. Men who are much older, suffer from male dysfunction, or have other health issues may have an indefinite refractory period - meaning they are only able to emission once a day - no matter how hard they try for a second. During the male refractory period, his body is virtually unresponsive, no amount of rubbing, pulling, or tugging will get him hard again - let alone lead to emission. A woman, on the other hand, has virtually no refractory period. She can be ready to go as soon as she catches her breath, or even sooner! It seems basic biological differences that exist between men and women are responsible for the difference in their recovery time - neurotransmitters, hormones and differences in nerve endings all influence one’s refractory period.
So are men out of luck?
Well, in terms of having back-to-back, continuous full-blown emissions, men may be out of luck. However, there are some techniques that a man can try which will help him get as close to multiple emission as possible. By practicing tantric coupling techniques, a man can slowly learn how to control his emission so that he can experience the beginning contractions without going over the edge into a full-blown release. Those who practice tantric coupling learn, with practice, to separate emission from release of fluid, so that they can extend their coupling experience for a longer period of time. The technique is not easy to master - and will likely lead to several near misses - but with continued work, a man and his partner can becomes experts at this sizzling technique.
How is it done?
One of the basic techniques involves squeezing the pubococcygeal muscles (PC), the muscles can be located by stopping the flow of urine. To strengthen the muscles in preparation for tantric coupling, a man should contract the muscles 20 to 25 times, 3 times a day - holding each contraction for about 3 seconds and working up to 10 seconds as the muscles get stronger. These same muscles are later employed during tantric coupling, to achieved prolonged emissions. Essentially, a man has coupling as usual but as he feels himself nearing release, he contracts the PC muscles, takes deep breaths and stops the action until the feeling subsides. He can continue doing this as he grows nearer to emission, and if he contracts the PC muscles at the correct time, he can experience the sensations of an emission without release of fluid. A man can carry on in this manner as long as he likes until he decides to let go, and fully release.
Keeping the male organ healthy
Naturally, for a man to engage in hours of coupling he is going to need a healthy manhood. Not only should he be physically fit -- as a strong heart and healthy circulation can translate into a strong manhood -- he needs the male organ itself to be healthy. Daily use of a male organ vitamin formula (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) can help keep the male organ coupling-ready at all time. A male organ vitamin lotion can help improve circulation, revitalize the health of the male organ, and soothe itchy, irritated skin - which may not be a problem now, but can crop up from too much tantric coupling. What a problem to have!
Visit www.man1health.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.
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