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Get Rid of Stress and Get Rid of That Itchy Male Organ

Chill, suave, debonair gentleman. Definitely a magnet for the ladies. That is, until they notice him trying (and failing) to surreptitiously scratch his itchy male organ and instead looking like a guy who simply can’t keep his hands off his manhood. Every man has an itchy male organ at some time or another (and it always seems to be its itchiest when the most alluring potential partner is around). Sometimes an itchy male organ can be associated with a male organ health issue, such as a rash or other skin eruption. But sometimes there are other causes. For example, doctors know that itchiness - including itchiness on the male member - can be a reaction to having too much stress in one’s life.

Psychogenic itch

The technical medical term for an itch caused by stress (or anxiety or depression) is a psychogenic itch. When one is experiencing mental health issues like these, the body releases a great deal more of serotonin and norepinephrine. Nerve cells produce serotonin, which is used for several purposes, including helping to stabilize mood. Norepinephrine is a chemical that is used to get the brain and body alert and ready for action. When the body gets too much of these chemicals, it can result in an itch, including an itchy male organ.

So relieving stress (or anxiety or depression) can help to alleviate an itchy male organ when it is contributing to the itchiness. For those who are experiencing severe stress (and certainly severe anxiety or depression), getting assistance from a mental health professional is strongly recommended. But for those for whom stress is not as acute, the following tips may be helpful in turning the stress levels down a few notches.

- Get active. One of the best ways to relieve stress and tension is by being physically active. Going to the gym, riding a bike, swimming, jogging, mowing the lawn, raking leaves, even just standing up from the desk and doing a few jumping jacks can help when stress is high.

- Watch what you eat. A healthy diet makes it easier to fight off stress; too often, people end up stress eating, gulping down sugary sodas or empty-calorie snacks that make them feel good in the short term but are harmful in the long run. Eating an apple instead of a bag of potato chips may be a better way to ease stress a little.

- Get laughing. When a person laughs, the body releases chemicals that help de-stress. So it pays to have on a video playlist a few comedy routines or scenes from movies that tickle the funny bone. Watching or listening to these when stress is too much can make a big difference.

- Meditate and breathe. Practicing meditation, and especially breathing exercises, relaxes the body and the mind.

- Try some yoga. Many people find that yoga, in addition to providing a physical workout, has a calming and soothing effect on them.

- Listen to music. Putting on some gentle, soothing tracks can allow the mind to let go of many of the thoughts that are prompting stress to rear its ugly head.

Easing stress can help ease an itchy male organ, as can regularly applying a top-drawer male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). For the best outcome, look at different oils until one finds an oil with a combination of moisturizing agents, such as shea butter and vitamin E. A well-moisturized manhood is less likely to experience itching on an intense level. The selected oil should also contain L-carnitine, an amino acid that helps protect against nerve damage caused by friction, compression, and other common injuries.

Weak Tumescence: Good Manhood Care Can Help

Every man has a weak tumescence from time to time; that’s just the way a man’s body works. Maybe he’s too tired, perhaps he’s already had too much pleasure, or maybe he’s just not feeling his best. But in most cases, that weak tumescence is a very rare thing, and he can usually pinpoint exactly what happened - so there’s no lingering worry.

But what happens when weak hardness becomes the norm? Before heading to the doctor, think about what might be lacking in manhood care that could cause that problem. There are many ways a man can naturally strengthen his hardness. Let’s take a look:

Kegels Are a Friend

It’s often said that a woman can enhance her pelvic floor strength through Kegel exercises. The good news is that men can do much the same! Kegel exercises strengthen the muscles that allow the member to fill with blood, leading to a rigid member. Identify the muscle by stopping urine mid-stream. Do this a few times to easily recognize the feeling.

Throughout the day, clench the muscle for 5 seconds, then release. Do this 10 times in a row, then rest for a while. Do it up to 3 times a day to start, but increase the motion as time goes on. As the muscle begins to improve, the hardness should begin to improve, too.

Put Down the Cigs

It’s been said a million times, but it bears repeating: Cigarettes can affect every system of the body, including male excitement. Cigarettes cause serious issues for the vascular system, meaning that blood doesn’t flow as efficiently. That blood flow problem can lead to issues with getting it up, which in turn can lead to issues in the bedroom. The longer a man stays away from cigarettes, the faster those systems will return to normal.

Hit the Treadmill

Again, it comes down to blood flow. The member gets hard when the corpora cavernosa, 2 chambers on either side of the shaft, fill with blood during anticipation. These chambers are fed by tiny blood vessels, and keeping those vessels in good shape is key to ensuring that hardness stays strong. Simply jogging on a treadmill for 30 minutes 3 times a week can be enough to ensure a guy’s member stays hard. It might not seem like direct manhood care, but it certainly does help! As an added bonus, this exercise also helps every other system in the body, which can give a man more stamina.

Reach for Antioxidants

In order to solve weak hardness, a man needs to have plenty of nitric oxide in his body. Nitric oxide is a natural chemical that dilates the blood vessels when needed, thus allowing better blood flow. As it dilates the blood vessels that lead to the member, the blood flows in, creating a strong excitement. But free radicals in the body can wreak havoc with nitric oxide, which is where antioxidants come into play.

Antioxidants grab onto the free radicals and stop them in their tracks. The result is that the body works better, the skin looks smoother, and male organ health improves. Antioxidants can be found in many different foods, but dark leafy greens and berries tend to have the highest concentrations. So pick up those blueberries or blackberries as a snack.

Drop the Weight

When a man is carrying extra weight, he might also be producing extra female hormone. Although every man has it in small amounts, the higher the female hormone level, the lower the male hormone level. That lowered level of male hormone can lead to more weight; it’s a vicious cycle. By exercising and eating well, a man can drop the weight, thus dropping the levels of female hormone. Hello, stronger hardness!

Maintaining Good Manhood Care

A weak tumescence is just 1 sign of things gone awry, so it’s important to step up a good manhood care regimen to alleviate those problems. It all starts with a powerful male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin). It’s important to look for an oil that contains powerful antioxidants like alpha lipoic acid, which can fight thinning of the skin, as well as L-arginine, which can help promote good blood flow.

Utilizing Sensual Toys With a Bent Male Organ

Men who experience a significantly bent male organ - who have what would medically be determined to be Peyronie’s disease - face a number of challenges, including some related to sensual or male organ health. Although treatments are being developed that can help a man with a severely bent male organ, there is still a lot that is being learned about Peyronie’s disease and still many times when a man with a bent male organ may need to seek accommodations of some kind. For example, he may need to give some thought to what sensual toys he does or does not incorporate into his sensual play.

Bent vs curved

Lest too many men worry about whether they have Peyronie’s disease and don’t know, it’s important to realize that in many men, some degree of curvature of the manhood is totally natural and not a male organ health issue at all. It’s only when the degree of curvature is so extreme as to cause pain or to interfere with penetrative sensual experiences that problems arise.

Peyronie’s disease generally occurs when there is some trauma to the member - one-time or repeated - that damages the delicate manhood tissue. When the tissue heals, some scar tissue or plaque also forms. This is just part of the healing process. The problem is that scar tissue does not have the flexibility and stretchiness that male organ tissue does; it is this flexibility that enables the manhood to grow from its soft state into its longer and thicker tumescent state.

A man’s member still becomes tumescent, but as the manhood elongates, the side that has scar tissue cannot stretch as far as the other sides, causing the member to bend up, down, to the left, or to the right.

Use of sensual toys

So how does this affect a man’s use of sensual toys? In many instances, it does not, but in others it can.

Take, for instance, the simple male organ ring, possibly the sensual toy most commonly used by men. The male organ ring, which may be made of metal, silicone, latex, leather, or other materials, is meant to go around either the shaft of the member or both the shaft and sacks. It is tight (but not so tight as to cause pain), and this tightness helps to trap blood in the tumescent manhood, enabling a man to more easily attain and maintain tumescence. However, many men with a severely bent male organ may experience varying degrees of pain during tumescence, and it is possible that a male organ ring may exacerbate this painful state.

Similarly, male organ sleeves - hollow cylindrical objects intended to be worn over the manhood - may indeed help temporarily straighten the bent male organ somewhat while the member is inside the sleeve, and that can be a benefit for a man and his partner. But in especially severe cases, the "pull" that causes the straightening may add to the pain caused by the bend.

However, most sensual toys should be of use to even a man with a bent male organ. Often, Peyronie’s disease may be accompanied by a loss of some member sensation, due to the relative insensitivity of scar tissue, which may affect a man’s sensual enjoyment. Sensual toys such as posterior massagers or vibrating toys may help to increase sensual sensation to "make up" for the loss brought about by the scar tissue.

Using sensual toys may be beneficial for a man with a bent male organ, as can regular use of a superior male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). An oil cannot straighten the bent male organ, but it can help to keep the skin and tissue as pliable as possible, especially if the oil contains heavy-hitting moisturizing agents like shea butter and vitamin E. It’s also advisable to find an oil with vitamin C, which happens to be a key component of collagen, a tissue in the body that gives skin its tone and elasticity.

Preventing Hives (and Their Male Organ Bumps)

A rash on the manhood is bad enough - a case of hives on (and around) the member is even worse. Creating male organ bumps and general redness, hives can be an annoying male organ health concern. Men are often already self-conscious about benign male organ bumps like Fordyce spots or pearly male organ papules; hives, which give the appearance of being worse and of being contagious (although they are not) can be a definite turn-off to sensual partners. So it would reason that preventing hives is an excellent male organ health strategy.

Urticaria

Although hives is its common name, the medical name for this condition is urticaria. And it is also known by other names, including welts or nettle rash. Hives present as a series of red, raised, itchy rash, which on the member can look like male organ bumps. Sometimes there’s some scaliness involved, and typically the area between the bumps is also red. On people whose skin tone is darker, the redness may not be as pronounced as on those with lighter skin tones.

Where do these welts come from? Basically, they occur from the body’s attempts to fight an allergen, something that causes the body to increase its immune system response. In this case, it does so by increasing the amount of histamines in the body. This sometimes causes blood capillaries to leak, with the fluid gathering together in the skin and bringing about the hives.

Causes and prevention

There are numerous factors that can cause hives, which are often referred to as "triggers." The best way to prevent hives is to know which triggers affect an individual and take steps to prevent the trigger from being activated.

Among the most common causes of hives are:

- Many different medications, especially some antibiotics, NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines, like aspirin), and ACE inhibitors.

- Stress

- Extreme and sudden changes in temperature

- Many foods, especially some nuts, shellfish, strawberries, wheat and products made from wheat, and eggs

- Pet dander

- Common infections such as a cold or the flu

- Bacterial infections

- Latex

- Fever

- Dust mites

- Poison ivy and poison oak

- Insect bites or stings

- Too much sunlight exposure

When the trigger is known, it is easier to determine preventive measures to take. For example, doctors could try changing medication options if the current medicine used is a trigger for hives. If, say, eggs are a food trigger for a person, he will need to avoid eating eggs and, depending on just how sensitive, also avoid foods in which eggs are a large component. (In most cases, people have allergies to the egg whites rather than the yolk, by the way.) Wearing long pants and long-sleeved shirts when venturing into wooded areas that may harbor poison ivy or poison oak may help prevent hives caused by these plant triggers.

Stress is a very common trigger, and it can also be a secondary trigger, that is, another trigger may cause the hives, but stress may worsen it. Working with a doctor or other professional to determine ways to help lower stress can be a big help in preventing hives.

People with hives should speak to their doctors to determine a treatment plan and a plan to prevent a recurrence once it is successfully treated.

Male organ bumps from hives are likely to benefit from daily application of a first-class male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Not all male organ health oils are equal, so carefully examine the ingredients list. What is needed is one that contains both a high-end emollient (shea butter is a good one) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E). Ideally, the oil should also include vitamin A, which has special antiaging benefits and helps fight common skin blemishes.

Male Organ Rejuvenation: Should You Take a Shot on the P-Shot?

Medical science does provide many wonders. One of them seems to be finding ways to give men bigger, stronger, more virile hard-ons. For some men, like those with Member Dysfunction (also known as ED) and Peyronie’s Disease, male organ rejuvenation can give a man back his intimate life. For men who would just like a bigger member or more intense releases can also give the P-Shot a try, if they have twenty minutes and the cash to do so. Could it really be that simple? Let’s break down what male organ rejuvenation, specifically, the P-Shot.

What is Male Organ Rejuvenation?

Male organ rejuvenation is a medical treatment created specifically for me with Peyronie’s disease and ED. While created to help men with these issues, men without these dysfunctions can also choose to have the procedure for other reasons, including sensitivity and performance. It is usually not covered by insurance when it is not specifically used to treat a medical problem.

Who Should Get Male Organ Rejuvenation?

The following men may want to consider male organ rejuvenation if they:

- have Peyronie’s Disease

- have ED

- have had prostate cancer

- have an enlarged prostate

- want stronger hard-ons, additional length and girth, and greater genital sensitivity.

What is the P-Shot?

The P-Shot is the short-hand for the Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Treatment. The PRP Treatment uses a patient’s own platelet-rich plasma to refresh the member by activating new tissue growth, which has been found to produce larger, stouter, more responsive, and more frequent hard-ons.

The P-Shot is a pretty easy process. It begins when the patient is given a local numbing anesthetic. Next, blood will be drawn from the patient’s arm. The patient’s blood is taken to a centrifuge where the PRP is separated from the blood. The PRP is then injected into the member in precise locations with a few needles, and that’s it! The entire treatment takes under 20 minutes, and there is no downtime. As soon as the local wears off, it’s off to the races!

Post-P-Shot Protocols

There’s really only one thing a man needs to do after the procedure; it’s really that simple. During the first 30 days after the P-Shot, the patient must use a digital member pump twice each day for 10 minutes in order to feel the complete effects of the shot.

P-Shot Pros

Not only does genital rejuvenation help men with genital dysfunction, but it also has been shown to:

- Increase genital responsiveness

- Increase duration of firmness

- Increase in the length and girth of the member

- Contribute to longer, more intense releases

- Decrease refractory periods

- An amplification in stamina and enjoyment

- Increased sensual confidence

- Achieve greater result with male enhancement medications

Of course, like anything, all men will experience different levels of success with the treatment, with some men reporting no notable change at all. Knowing this, men who want to learn more should talk at length to their doctor prior to the procedure. Get a referral from a medical professional to ensure you are treating your prized possession with the greatest care possible.

If the P-Shot is a little more than you can afford or mentally process right now, it is a couple of needles in your Johnson, after all, try a specially formulated male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) to give your member a boost! Creams like this are full of male organ health essentials such as vitamins A, B, C, D, and E, as well as Arginine, a vasodilator that incites strong blood flow to the member, resulting in a harder, more vigorous hard-on. Using a cream once each day can rejuvenate your member (no needles needed).

Member Piercing: Practicing Great Manhood Care While Healing

For some, the idea of a private area piercing makes them cringe. No way is anyone going near their member with anything sharp, not to mention actually giving them a piercing! But for some men, member piercings are interesting and something they really want to do. It’s always a very personal decision - what a man does with his junk should never be judged by someone else. But there are some points a man should remember when he chooses to undergo this procedure.

Practicing Good Manhood Care Post-Piercing

When a man chooses to get a private area piercing, he should speak to his piercing expert to get a clear plan of action for manhood care. He will need to follow the instructions exactly, as he needs to take care to heal the delicate skin and avoid infection of any kind. Here are a few common sense lessons a piercing expert should pass along:

- Keep it clean. The pierced area will be tender and open to bacteria, which can cause infection. That’s why it’s so important to clean the area twice each day, perhaps more if advised by the piercing professional. Sometimes this cleaning must be done for several weeks, or even permanently. Never skip a cleaning - it’s possibly the most important step of all.

- Don’t clean too much. On the other hand, cleaning too often can lead to serious problems. The skin does need time to heal, and being overzealous with the cleaning can wash away the beneficial oils that build up and protect the skin, helping it heal. This dryness can lead to cracks in the skin, which invite bacteria in.

- Never clean with alcohol. Though alcohol seems like an excellent product to use to clean an open wound, it can lead to seriously unpleasant member pain, and that’s not something anybody wants. Besides that, alcohol is very drying. So even if a guy can handle the pain of the alcohol, he doesn’t need to deal with the dry skin issue.

- Use saltwater soaks when advised. When a man gets a private area piercing, there can be some bleeding from the area. The bleeding might last several days. When it’s done, then it is safe to use saltwater soaks to help cleanse and heal the area. Simply place the pierced area in the saltwater bath, or gently cover the area with a towel that has been saturated in saltwater. Wash off all the saltwater when the soak is done.

- Be gentle with towels. It’s important to remember that towels can contain lint, or even have some bacteria from previous use, which can be a problem for a member that needs to be protected. In addition, towels have a habit of catching on piercings; a towel pulling on a new private area piercing can induce a lot of pain, so it’s best to avoid that. Air dry the skin if at all possible, or use cotton balls or small cotton pads to absorb the liquid after a shower.

- Stay clean. Anything that will touch the member in the weeks after the piercing should be kept clean. That means changing sheets often, washing trousers and underwear thoroughly before wearing, avoiding anything that might be restrictive and lead to sweating, and generally keeping everything that touches the member as clean as possible.

Manhood Care Following a Piercing

After a piercing, manhood care takes on the utmost importance. In addition to doing everything as instructed by the piercing professional, a man should always be alert to signs of infection, such as redness or pain. These could indicate a serious issue that needs immediate attention. After the skin has healed enough to move back into a normal routine, the first thing a man should do is reach for his trusty male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin). The gentle, beneficial ingredients can actually help the delicate member skin heal in the aftermath of a private area piercing.

Manhood Skin and Vitamin E: The Winning Combination

Though the member is a hearty organ, the manhood skin can be rather delicate. That’s why it’s so important to ensure good member care regimens include the use of a moisturizer that will protect and heal the skin on a daily basis. When looking for a great male organ health crème, one of the top ingredients should be vitamin E.

Why vitamin E? What does it do? How can it help assure good male organ health? Read on to learn more about his miracle ingredient and how it keeps manhood skin healthy.

What is Vitamin E?

Vitamin E is a naturally-occurring oil that skin cells actually produce. The vitamin E in our bodies spreads across the skin but almost immediately begins to vanish. This is especially true when vitamin E meets sunlight, as the UV rays can destroy this very important oil before it has a chance to truly protect and hydrate the skin. In addition to the dryness, this also leaves the skin damaged by the sun, and doesn’t allow the body to make up enough of it to cover the shortfall.

But a person can be their own worst enemy when it comes to vitamin E. Remember, it’s an oil - so when it rises to the surface of the skin, it makes it look shiny and oily. While this is great for the body, it’s not so great for the mind, as so many are taught that oily skin is bad. Therefore, here come the harsh soaps and treatments to keep the vitamin E at bay! That creates a vicious cycle, as the more we cleanse, the more the oil gets stripped away.

What Does it Do for Manhood skin?

It’s important to understand what a lack of vitamin E means for manhood skin and overall male organ health. One of the first things that happens when hydration vanishes is the dryness -and for some men, that can become quite pronounced, with the skin flaking and peeling. A man might have a red member, irritated because of that dry skin. And in addition, the skin can look wrinkly and old, with an itch that just won’t go away.

None of those are good things!

What’s more, when the skin is that dry and itchy, it leads to scratching. That can mean fingernails digging into the delicate manhood skin, which in turn can lead to tiny breaks in the skin, an invitation for bacteria to enter. The bacteria can then lead to infections, which lead to redness, which lead to more itching and possibly even pain. There is no long-term relief with this situation; there is only the scratching, which makes things worse.

Using Vitamin E

Vitamin E is great for sealing in moisture, nourishing the cells, protecting skin from inflammation, restoring the moisture layer, alleviating the itchiness that comes with dry skin, and keeping the skin supple and ready for action.

So it makes sense to slather on the vitamin E, right? Not necessarily. A man should look closely at how much he is using, as applying straight-up vitamin E to the skin can actually wind up irritating it - there can be too much of a good thing! And there is also the fact that those who take vitamin E supplements can wind up getting too much in their diet, which leads to problems.

Topical application of vitamin E is always a good idea when it is mixed well with a crème that is designed to allow the oil to seep slowly into the skin and stay there, where it belongs. Before reaching for a good manhood skin crème, a man should always check with the doctor to ensure the dry skin or itchy member is not the result of something else that needs a different kind of treatment. But once he’s cleared of anything like that, it’s off to the races with vitamin E!

Maintaining Healthy Manhood skin

When looking for the proper amount of vitamin E to use on the manhood skin, a guy should reach for a well-formulated male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin). In addition to looking for vitamin E as a top ingredient, he should also look for Shea butter. Shea butter is a moisturizing agent that will hold the vitamin E close to the skin, allowing it time to absorb and do the healing it needs to do. He should also look for other vitamins as well, such as B5, C and A.

Male Organ Rash After Sensual Activity: Some Likely Culprits

First impressions are incredibly important, and by and large, first impressions are primarily physical impressions. That’s certainly true when a man is for the first time unveiling for a partner his proud member, and no matter the size, the shape or the liveliness apparent in that manhood, the first impression is likely to be negatively impacted if a male organ rash is prominently displayed. And for that matter, any time the member is presented to a partner - even one who has already seen it numerous times - the presence of a male organ rash is going to cause some comment. Interestingly, sometimes a male organ rash occurs soon after sensual activity, and this can be a legitimate reason for a man and his partner to wonder if that rash signifies an unwelcome male organ health issue.

So suppose a man does develop a male organ rash an hour or a day or so after having sensual activity. What might this mean?

- It’s all a coincidence. The fact is, the appearance of a rash may have everything to do with having had sensual activity - or it may have absolutely nothing to do with it. Perhaps this is an allergic reaction to that stew you ate that, unknown to you, contained some of that shellfish you’re allergic to. Perhaps it’s a reaction to that new laundry detergent or that new soap. Maybe deciding to go commando while wearing scratchy wool pants was not a good idea. At any rate, even if a male organ rash pops out in a way that seems to connect it to sensual activity - that isn’t always the case.

- Yeah, it’s a social disease. Okay, the after sensual activity male organ rash cause that everyone wants to avoid can indeed be a reality. Some social diseases may present with male organ rash as a symptom, although it’s important to remember that not everyone who comes down with an STI exhibits symptoms. There also can be variability in how long after sensual contact a rash may appear. Bottom line: If it’s possible the rash may be a social disease, check it out with a doctor.

- Or another sensually-transmitted issue. So maybe rather than a social disease, it’s something like scabies or public lice. These annoying buggers can cause a mighty itch as well as a rash and can be a pain to get rid of. Again, check with a doctor if these seem likely causes of that unsightly rash.

- Reaction to latex. Sometimes a man may have a latex allergy which could result in a male organ rash after using a latex barrier. And some sensual toys are made of latex or of other materials that in some cases might provoke an allergic reaction. There are non-latex latex barriers made for men with an allergy, and sensual toys come in many different kinds of materials. (It’s also important that any sensual toy be washed properly after use; otherwise, bacteria might grow on it which could be responsible for the new male organ rash.)

- Yeast. Yeast infections are common in women and while they are less common in men, having unprotected sensual activity with a woman whose female organ has a yeast infection can indeed result in a manhood yeast infection - and an accompanying rash.

Many of the symptoms of male organ rash, whether after sensual activity or not, respond to regular use of a first rate male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Men should be certain to check the oil’s label to see if it includes L-carnitine and arginine. For optimum results, select an oil which contains both a high end emollient (such as shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E) to moisturize the male organ skin and help soothe itching and flakiness. The oil should also contain vitamin B5 (aka pantothenic acid), a vital nutrient that is required for cell metabolism and the maintenance of healthy tissue.

Tired of Scratching That Itchy Male Organ? Get Rid of Stress

Chill, suave, debonair gentleman. Definitely a magnet for the ladies. That is, until they notice him trying (and failing) to surreptitiously scratch his itchy male organ and instead looking like a guy who simply can’t keep his hands off his manhood. Every man has an itchy male organ at some time or another (and it always seems to be its itchiest when the most alluring potential partner is around). Sometimes an itchy male organ can be associated with a male organ health issue, such as a rash or other skin eruption. But sometimes there are other causes. For example, doctors know that itchiness - including itchiness on the male member - can be a reaction to having too much stress in one’s life.

Psychogenic itch

The technical medical term for an itch caused by stress (or anxiety or depression) is a psychogenic itch. When one is experiencing mental health issues like these, the body releases a great deal more of serotonin and norepinephrine. Nerve cells produce serotonin, which is used for several purposes, including helping to stabilize mood. Norepinephrine is a chemical that is used to get the brain and body alert and ready for action. When the body gets too much of these chemicals, it can result in an itch, including an itchy male organ.

So relieving stress (or anxiety or depression) can help to alleviate an itchy male organ when it is contributing to the itchiness. For those who are experiencing severe stress (and certainly severe anxiety of depression), getting assistance from a mental health professional is strongly recommended. But for those stress is not as acute, the following tips may be helpful in turning the stress levels down a few notches.

- Get active. One of the best ways to relieve stress and tension is by being physically active. Going to the gym, riding a bike, swimming, jogging, mowing the lawn, raking leaves, even just standing up from the desk and doing a few jumping jacks can help when stress is high.

- Watch what you eat. A healthy diet makes it easier to fight off stress; too often, people end up stress eating, gulping down sugary sodas or empty caloried snacks that make them feel good in the short term but are harmful in the long run. Eating an apple instead of a bag of potato chips may be a better way to ease stress a little.

- Get laughing. When a person laughs, the body releases chemicals that help de-stress. So it pays to have on a video playlist a few comedy routines or scenes from movies that tickle the funnybone. Watching or listening to these when stress is too much can make a big difference.

- Meditate and breathe. Practicing meditation, and especially breathing exercises, relaxes the body and the mind.

- Try some yoga. Many people find that yoga, in addition to providing a physical workout, has a calming and soothing effect on them.

- Listen to music. Putting on some gentle, soothing tracks can allow the mind to let go out of many of the thoughts that are prompting stress to rear its ugly head.

Easing stress can help ease an itchy male organ, as can regularly applying a top drawer male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). For the best outcome, look through oils until one finds an oil with a combination of moisturizing agents, such as shea butter and vitamin E. A well moisturized manhood is less likely to experience itching on an intense level. The selected oil should also contain l-carnitine, an amino acid that helps protect against nerve damage caused by friction, compression, and other common injuries.

Making Sensual Fantasies a Reality

There are some sensual fantasies which are extremely unlikely to become reality for most men. Yes, a man may fantasize about having steamy, lusty sensual activity with their favorite Hollywood (or Bollywood or Aussiewood, etc.) star, but for most men, such desires are aiming a bit too high. However, provided he practices good male organ health, there’s ample reason to believe a man can move any number of sensual fantasies off the wish list and into the realm of reality. It just takes a little determination and some guts.

Following are a number of common sensual fantasies along with some tips on making them realities. For most of these, the assumption is that the man is not in a relationship with a partner who is willing to go along with these fantasies. (For those with potentially willing partners, the bigger challenge is often working up the nerve to broach the subject with them in the first place.)

- Having sensual activity with an unseen partner. How many guys have fantasized about being sensually served by someone whom they can’t even see? For many, this is high on the hot sensual fantasies list. Yet it’s one of the more easily accomplished. Many adult bookstores and similar establishment have booths with openings through which one may slip a tumescent member and have it serviced by whoever lurks in the next booth. And many hook-up apps allow a person to be similarly serviced at a person’s home while blindfolded. However, and these are big caveats, one must be aware that random servicing at a booth opening or by a stranger increases the risk of social disease significantly, and that hook-up arrangements have been known to lead to a person being robbed or worse. A man needs to weigh these risks before acting on this or any other risky fantasies.

- Becoming a mile-higher. Having sensual activity while in a plane flying high in the sky sounds very exciting. Unfortunately, airplane bathrooms are notoriously cramped and airplane seats make partner-based sensual activity difficult - and again, risky. A compromise? Self-stimulate in the bathroom. It’s a legitimate form of sensual activity, and if asked for details, just smile enigmatically and say a gentleman doesn’t discuss.

- Getting tied up. More and more, people are becoming both more open about their own obsessions and more accepting of obsessions in others. Online hook-up sites often feature a variety of people who freely acknowledge their interest in and/or experience with role play and other obsessions. So meet a potential partner for a drink and see if it feels safe to move on into obsession. Big tip: Don’t engage in any role play activities without both agreeing to a "safe" word to stop the action. Also, don’t go beyond the comfort zone. If a man doesn’t feel he wants both arms tied to a bed post, he has the right to have his wishes respected.

- Trying a threesome. Again, people are more open about multiple partner activities nowadays. A little exploration and asking of appropriate questions online (and at a follow-up meeting) can help a guy decide if he and other potential members of a threesome are compatible. The biggest thing for a man to decide in advance is, "Am I okay with a threesome with two males or only with two females?"

It will be less stressful making sensual fantasies into a reality if a man sports a healthy looking manhood, so daily application of a top notch male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can be a boon. He will want the member to get all the nutrients possible, so he should select an oil with a range of vitamins, including A, B5, C, D and E. Also key: an oil with a powerful antioxidant (like alpha lipoic acid) to fight free radicals and prevent oxidative damage.

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Get Rid of Stress and Get Rid of That Itchy Male Organ

Chill, suave, debonair gentleman. Definitely a magnet for the ladies. That is, until they notice him trying (and failing) to surreptitiously scratch his itchy male organ and instead looking like a guy who simply can’t keep his hands off his manhood. Every man has an itchy male organ at some time or another (and it always seems to be its itchiest when the most alluring potential partner is around). Sometimes an itchy male organ can be associated with a male organ health issue, such as a rash or other skin eruption. But sometimes there are other causes. For example, doctors know that itchiness - including itchiness on the male member - can be a reaction to having too much stress in one’s life.

Psychogenic itch

The technical medical term for an itch caused by stress (or anxiety or depression) is a psychogenic itch. When one is experiencing mental health issues like these, the body releases a great deal more of serotonin and norepinephrine. Nerve cells produce serotonin, which is used for several purposes, including helping to stabilize mood. Norepinephrine is a chemical that is used to get the brain and body alert and ready for action. When the body gets too much of these chemicals, it can result in an itch, including an itchy male organ.

So relieving stress (or anxiety or depression) can help to alleviate an itchy male organ when it is contributing to the itchiness. For those who are experiencing severe stress (and certainly severe anxiety or depression), getting assistance from a mental health professional is strongly recommended. But for those for whom stress is not as acute, the following tips may be helpful in turning the stress levels down a few notches.

- Get active. One of the best ways to relieve stress and tension is by being physically active. Going to the gym, riding a bike, swimming, jogging, mowing the lawn, raking leaves, even just standing up from the desk and doing a few jumping jacks can help when stress is high.

- Watch what you eat. A healthy diet makes it easier to fight off stress; too often, people end up stress eating, gulping down sugary sodas or empty-calorie snacks that make them feel good in the short term but are harmful in the long run. Eating an apple instead of a bag of potato chips may be a better way to ease stress a little.

- Get laughing. When a person laughs, the body releases chemicals that help de-stress. So it pays to have on a video playlist a few comedy routines or scenes from movies that tickle the funny bone. Watching or listening to these when stress is too much can make a big difference.

- Meditate and breathe. Practicing meditation, and especially breathing exercises, relaxes the body and the mind.

- Try some yoga. Many people find that yoga, in addition to providing a physical workout, has a calming and soothing effect on them.

- Listen to music. Putting on some gentle, soothing tracks can allow the mind to let go of many of the thoughts that are prompting stress to rear its ugly head.

Easing stress can help ease an itchy male organ, as can regularly applying a top-drawer male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). For the best outcome, look at different oils until one finds an oil with a combination of moisturizing agents, such as shea butter and vitamin E. A well-moisturized manhood is less likely to experience itching on an intense level. The selected oil should also contain L-carnitine, an amino acid that helps protect against nerve damage caused by friction, compression, and other common injuries.

Weak Tumescence: Good Manhood Care Can Help

Every man has a weak tumescence from time to time; that’s just the way a man’s body works. Maybe he’s too tired, perhaps he’s already had too much pleasure, or maybe he’s just not feeling his best. But in most cases, that weak tumescence is a very rare thing, and he can usually pinpoint exactly what happened - so there’s no lingering worry.

But what happens when weak hardness becomes the norm? Before heading to the doctor, think about what might be lacking in manhood care that could cause that problem. There are many ways a man can naturally strengthen his hardness. Let’s take a look:

Kegels Are a Friend

It’s often said that a woman can enhance her pelvic floor strength through Kegel exercises. The good news is that men can do much the same! Kegel exercises strengthen the muscles that allow the member to fill with blood, leading to a rigid member. Identify the muscle by stopping urine mid-stream. Do this a few times to easily recognize the feeling.

Throughout the day, clench the muscle for 5 seconds, then release. Do this 10 times in a row, then rest for a while. Do it up to 3 times a day to start, but increase the motion as time goes on. As the muscle begins to improve, the hardness should begin to improve, too.

Put Down the Cigs

It’s been said a million times, but it bears repeating: Cigarettes can affect every system of the body, including male excitement. Cigarettes cause serious issues for the vascular system, meaning that blood doesn’t flow as efficiently. That blood flow problem can lead to issues with getting it up, which in turn can lead to issues in the bedroom. The longer a man stays away from cigarettes, the faster those systems will return to normal.

Hit the Treadmill

Again, it comes down to blood flow. The member gets hard when the corpora cavernosa, 2 chambers on either side of the shaft, fill with blood during anticipation. These chambers are fed by tiny blood vessels, and keeping those vessels in good shape is key to ensuring that hardness stays strong. Simply jogging on a treadmill for 30 minutes 3 times a week can be enough to ensure a guy’s member stays hard. It might not seem like direct manhood care, but it certainly does help! As an added bonus, this exercise also helps every other system in the body, which can give a man more stamina.

Reach for Antioxidants

In order to solve weak hardness, a man needs to have plenty of nitric oxide in his body. Nitric oxide is a natural chemical that dilates the blood vessels when needed, thus allowing better blood flow. As it dilates the blood vessels that lead to the member, the blood flows in, creating a strong excitement. But free radicals in the body can wreak havoc with nitric oxide, which is where antioxidants come into play.

Antioxidants grab onto the free radicals and stop them in their tracks. The result is that the body works better, the skin looks smoother, and male organ health improves. Antioxidants can be found in many different foods, but dark leafy greens and berries tend to have the highest concentrations. So pick up those blueberries or blackberries as a snack.

Drop the Weight

When a man is carrying extra weight, he might also be producing extra female hormone. Although every man has it in small amounts, the higher the female hormone level, the lower the male hormone level. That lowered level of male hormone can lead to more weight; it’s a vicious cycle. By exercising and eating well, a man can drop the weight, thus dropping the levels of female hormone. Hello, stronger hardness!

Maintaining Good Manhood Care

A weak tumescence is just 1 sign of things gone awry, so it’s important to step up a good manhood care regimen to alleviate those problems. It all starts with a powerful male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin). It’s important to look for an oil that contains powerful antioxidants like alpha lipoic acid, which can fight thinning of the skin, as well as L-arginine, which can help promote good blood flow.

Utilizing Sensual Toys With a Bent Male Organ

Men who experience a significantly bent male organ - who have what would medically be determined to be Peyronie’s disease - face a number of challenges, including some related to sensual or male organ health. Although treatments are being developed that can help a man with a severely bent male organ, there is still a lot that is being learned about Peyronie’s disease and still many times when a man with a bent male organ may need to seek accommodations of some kind. For example, he may need to give some thought to what sensual toys he does or does not incorporate into his sensual play.

Bent vs curved

Lest too many men worry about whether they have Peyronie’s disease and don’t know, it’s important to realize that in many men, some degree of curvature of the manhood is totally natural and not a male organ health issue at all. It’s only when the degree of curvature is so extreme as to cause pain or to interfere with penetrative sensual experiences that problems arise.

Peyronie’s disease generally occurs when there is some trauma to the member - one-time or repeated - that damages the delicate manhood tissue. When the tissue heals, some scar tissue or plaque also forms. This is just part of the healing process. The problem is that scar tissue does not have the flexibility and stretchiness that male organ tissue does; it is this flexibility that enables the manhood to grow from its soft state into its longer and thicker tumescent state.

A man’s member still becomes tumescent, but as the manhood elongates, the side that has scar tissue cannot stretch as far as the other sides, causing the member to bend up, down, to the left, or to the right.

Use of sensual toys

So how does this affect a man’s use of sensual toys? In many instances, it does not, but in others it can.

Take, for instance, the simple male organ ring, possibly the sensual toy most commonly used by men. The male organ ring, which may be made of metal, silicone, latex, leather, or other materials, is meant to go around either the shaft of the member or both the shaft and sacks. It is tight (but not so tight as to cause pain), and this tightness helps to trap blood in the tumescent manhood, enabling a man to more easily attain and maintain tumescence. However, many men with a severely bent male organ may experience varying degrees of pain during tumescence, and it is possible that a male organ ring may exacerbate this painful state.

Similarly, male organ sleeves - hollow cylindrical objects intended to be worn over the manhood - may indeed help temporarily straighten the bent male organ somewhat while the member is inside the sleeve, and that can be a benefit for a man and his partner. But in especially severe cases, the "pull" that causes the straightening may add to the pain caused by the bend.

However, most sensual toys should be of use to even a man with a bent male organ. Often, Peyronie’s disease may be accompanied by a loss of some member sensation, due to the relative insensitivity of scar tissue, which may affect a man’s sensual enjoyment. Sensual toys such as posterior massagers or vibrating toys may help to increase sensual sensation to "make up" for the loss brought about by the scar tissue.

Using sensual toys may be beneficial for a man with a bent male organ, as can regular use of a superior male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). An oil cannot straighten the bent male organ, but it can help to keep the skin and tissue as pliable as possible, especially if the oil contains heavy-hitting moisturizing agents like shea butter and vitamin E. It’s also advisable to find an oil with vitamin C, which happens to be a key component of collagen, a tissue in the body that gives skin its tone and elasticity.

Preventing Hives (and Their Male Organ Bumps)

A rash on the manhood is bad enough - a case of hives on (and around) the member is even worse. Creating male organ bumps and general redness, hives can be an annoying male organ health concern. Men are often already self-conscious about benign male organ bumps like Fordyce spots or pearly male organ papules; hives, which give the appearance of being worse and of being contagious (although they are not) can be a definite turn-off to sensual partners. So it would reason that preventing hives is an excellent male organ health strategy.

Urticaria

Although hives is its common name, the medical name for this condition is urticaria. And it is also known by other names, including welts or nettle rash. Hives present as a series of red, raised, itchy rash, which on the member can look like male organ bumps. Sometimes there’s some scaliness involved, and typically the area between the bumps is also red. On people whose skin tone is darker, the redness may not be as pronounced as on those with lighter skin tones.

Where do these welts come from? Basically, they occur from the body’s attempts to fight an allergen, something that causes the body to increase its immune system response. In this case, it does so by increasing the amount of histamines in the body. This sometimes causes blood capillaries to leak, with the fluid gathering together in the skin and bringing about the hives.

Causes and prevention

There are numerous factors that can cause hives, which are often referred to as "triggers." The best way to prevent hives is to know which triggers affect an individual and take steps to prevent the trigger from being activated.

Among the most common causes of hives are:

- Many different medications, especially some antibiotics, NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines, like aspirin), and ACE inhibitors.

- Stress

- Extreme and sudden changes in temperature

- Many foods, especially some nuts, shellfish, strawberries, wheat and products made from wheat, and eggs

- Pet dander

- Common infections such as a cold or the flu

- Bacterial infections

- Latex

- Fever

- Dust mites

- Poison ivy and poison oak

- Insect bites or stings

- Too much sunlight exposure

When the trigger is known, it is easier to determine preventive measures to take. For example, doctors could try changing medication options if the current medicine used is a trigger for hives. If, say, eggs are a food trigger for a person, he will need to avoid eating eggs and, depending on just how sensitive, also avoid foods in which eggs are a large component. (In most cases, people have allergies to the egg whites rather than the yolk, by the way.) Wearing long pants and long-sleeved shirts when venturing into wooded areas that may harbor poison ivy or poison oak may help prevent hives caused by these plant triggers.

Stress is a very common trigger, and it can also be a secondary trigger, that is, another trigger may cause the hives, but stress may worsen it. Working with a doctor or other professional to determine ways to help lower stress can be a big help in preventing hives.

People with hives should speak to their doctors to determine a treatment plan and a plan to prevent a recurrence once it is successfully treated.

Male organ bumps from hives are likely to benefit from daily application of a first-class male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Not all male organ health oils are equal, so carefully examine the ingredients list. What is needed is one that contains both a high-end emollient (shea butter is a good one) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E). Ideally, the oil should also include vitamin A, which has special antiaging benefits and helps fight common skin blemishes.

Male Organ Rejuvenation: Should You Take a Shot on the P-Shot?

Medical science does provide many wonders. One of them seems to be finding ways to give men bigger, stronger, more virile hard-ons. For some men, like those with Member Dysfunction (also known as ED) and Peyronie’s Disease, male organ rejuvenation can give a man back his intimate life. For men who would just like a bigger member or more intense releases can also give the P-Shot a try, if they have twenty minutes and the cash to do so. Could it really be that simple? Let’s break down what male organ rejuvenation, specifically, the P-Shot.

What is Male Organ Rejuvenation?

Male organ rejuvenation is a medical treatment created specifically for me with Peyronie’s disease and ED. While created to help men with these issues, men without these dysfunctions can also choose to have the procedure for other reasons, including sensitivity and performance. It is usually not covered by insurance when it is not specifically used to treat a medical problem.

Who Should Get Male Organ Rejuvenation?

The following men may want to consider male organ rejuvenation if they:

- have Peyronie’s Disease

- have ED

- have had prostate cancer

- have an enlarged prostate

- want stronger hard-ons, additional length and girth, and greater genital sensitivity.

What is the P-Shot?

The P-Shot is the short-hand for the Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Treatment. The PRP Treatment uses a patient’s own platelet-rich plasma to refresh the member by activating new tissue growth, which has been found to produce larger, stouter, more responsive, and more frequent hard-ons.

The P-Shot is a pretty easy process. It begins when the patient is given a local numbing anesthetic. Next, blood will be drawn from the patient’s arm. The patient’s blood is taken to a centrifuge where the PRP is separated from the blood. The PRP is then injected into the member in precise locations with a few needles, and that’s it! The entire treatment takes under 20 minutes, and there is no downtime. As soon as the local wears off, it’s off to the races!

Post-P-Shot Protocols

There’s really only one thing a man needs to do after the procedure; it’s really that simple. During the first 30 days after the P-Shot, the patient must use a digital member pump twice each day for 10 minutes in order to feel the complete effects of the shot.

P-Shot Pros

Not only does genital rejuvenation help men with genital dysfunction, but it also has been shown to:

- Increase genital responsiveness

- Increase duration of firmness

- Increase in the length and girth of the member

- Contribute to longer, more intense releases

- Decrease refractory periods

- An amplification in stamina and enjoyment

- Increased sensual confidence

- Achieve greater result with male enhancement medications

Of course, like anything, all men will experience different levels of success with the treatment, with some men reporting no notable change at all. Knowing this, men who want to learn more should talk at length to their doctor prior to the procedure. Get a referral from a medical professional to ensure you are treating your prized possession with the greatest care possible.

If the P-Shot is a little more than you can afford or mentally process right now, it is a couple of needles in your Johnson, after all, try a specially formulated male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) to give your member a boost! Creams like this are full of male organ health essentials such as vitamins A, B, C, D, and E, as well as Arginine, a vasodilator that incites strong blood flow to the member, resulting in a harder, more vigorous hard-on. Using a cream once each day can rejuvenate your member (no needles needed).

Member Piercing: Practicing Great Manhood Care While Healing

For some, the idea of a private area piercing makes them cringe. No way is anyone going near their member with anything sharp, not to mention actually giving them a piercing! But for some men, member piercings are interesting and something they really want to do. It’s always a very personal decision - what a man does with his junk should never be judged by someone else. But there are some points a man should remember when he chooses to undergo this procedure.

Practicing Good Manhood Care Post-Piercing

When a man chooses to get a private area piercing, he should speak to his piercing expert to get a clear plan of action for manhood care. He will need to follow the instructions exactly, as he needs to take care to heal the delicate skin and avoid infection of any kind. Here are a few common sense lessons a piercing expert should pass along:

- Keep it clean. The pierced area will be tender and open to bacteria, which can cause infection. That’s why it’s so important to clean the area twice each day, perhaps more if advised by the piercing professional. Sometimes this cleaning must be done for several weeks, or even permanently. Never skip a cleaning - it’s possibly the most important step of all.

- Don’t clean too much. On the other hand, cleaning too often can lead to serious problems. The skin does need time to heal, and being overzealous with the cleaning can wash away the beneficial oils that build up and protect the skin, helping it heal. This dryness can lead to cracks in the skin, which invite bacteria in.

- Never clean with alcohol. Though alcohol seems like an excellent product to use to clean an open wound, it can lead to seriously unpleasant member pain, and that’s not something anybody wants. Besides that, alcohol is very drying. So even if a guy can handle the pain of the alcohol, he doesn’t need to deal with the dry skin issue.

- Use saltwater soaks when advised. When a man gets a private area piercing, there can be some bleeding from the area. The bleeding might last several days. When it’s done, then it is safe to use saltwater soaks to help cleanse and heal the area. Simply place the pierced area in the saltwater bath, or gently cover the area with a towel that has been saturated in saltwater. Wash off all the saltwater when the soak is done.

- Be gentle with towels. It’s important to remember that towels can contain lint, or even have some bacteria from previous use, which can be a problem for a member that needs to be protected. In addition, towels have a habit of catching on piercings; a towel pulling on a new private area piercing can induce a lot of pain, so it’s best to avoid that. Air dry the skin if at all possible, or use cotton balls or small cotton pads to absorb the liquid after a shower.

- Stay clean. Anything that will touch the member in the weeks after the piercing should be kept clean. That means changing sheets often, washing trousers and underwear thoroughly before wearing, avoiding anything that might be restrictive and lead to sweating, and generally keeping everything that touches the member as clean as possible.

Manhood Care Following a Piercing

After a piercing, manhood care takes on the utmost importance. In addition to doing everything as instructed by the piercing professional, a man should always be alert to signs of infection, such as redness or pain. These could indicate a serious issue that needs immediate attention. After the skin has healed enough to move back into a normal routine, the first thing a man should do is reach for his trusty male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin). The gentle, beneficial ingredients can actually help the delicate member skin heal in the aftermath of a private area piercing.

Manhood Skin and Vitamin E: The Winning Combination

Though the member is a hearty organ, the manhood skin can be rather delicate. That’s why it’s so important to ensure good member care regimens include the use of a moisturizer that will protect and heal the skin on a daily basis. When looking for a great male organ health crème, one of the top ingredients should be vitamin E.

Why vitamin E? What does it do? How can it help assure good male organ health? Read on to learn more about his miracle ingredient and how it keeps manhood skin healthy.

What is Vitamin E?

Vitamin E is a naturally-occurring oil that skin cells actually produce. The vitamin E in our bodies spreads across the skin but almost immediately begins to vanish. This is especially true when vitamin E meets sunlight, as the UV rays can destroy this very important oil before it has a chance to truly protect and hydrate the skin. In addition to the dryness, this also leaves the skin damaged by the sun, and doesn’t allow the body to make up enough of it to cover the shortfall.

But a person can be their own worst enemy when it comes to vitamin E. Remember, it’s an oil - so when it rises to the surface of the skin, it makes it look shiny and oily. While this is great for the body, it’s not so great for the mind, as so many are taught that oily skin is bad. Therefore, here come the harsh soaps and treatments to keep the vitamin E at bay! That creates a vicious cycle, as the more we cleanse, the more the oil gets stripped away.

What Does it Do for Manhood skin?

It’s important to understand what a lack of vitamin E means for manhood skin and overall male organ health. One of the first things that happens when hydration vanishes is the dryness -and for some men, that can become quite pronounced, with the skin flaking and peeling. A man might have a red member, irritated because of that dry skin. And in addition, the skin can look wrinkly and old, with an itch that just won’t go away.

None of those are good things!

What’s more, when the skin is that dry and itchy, it leads to scratching. That can mean fingernails digging into the delicate manhood skin, which in turn can lead to tiny breaks in the skin, an invitation for bacteria to enter. The bacteria can then lead to infections, which lead to redness, which lead to more itching and possibly even pain. There is no long-term relief with this situation; there is only the scratching, which makes things worse.

Using Vitamin E

Vitamin E is great for sealing in moisture, nourishing the cells, protecting skin from inflammation, restoring the moisture layer, alleviating the itchiness that comes with dry skin, and keeping the skin supple and ready for action.

So it makes sense to slather on the vitamin E, right? Not necessarily. A man should look closely at how much he is using, as applying straight-up vitamin E to the skin can actually wind up irritating it - there can be too much of a good thing! And there is also the fact that those who take vitamin E supplements can wind up getting too much in their diet, which leads to problems.

Topical application of vitamin E is always a good idea when it is mixed well with a crème that is designed to allow the oil to seep slowly into the skin and stay there, where it belongs. Before reaching for a good manhood skin crème, a man should always check with the doctor to ensure the dry skin or itchy member is not the result of something else that needs a different kind of treatment. But once he’s cleared of anything like that, it’s off to the races with vitamin E!

Maintaining Healthy Manhood skin

When looking for the proper amount of vitamin E to use on the manhood skin, a guy should reach for a well-formulated male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin). In addition to looking for vitamin E as a top ingredient, he should also look for Shea butter. Shea butter is a moisturizing agent that will hold the vitamin E close to the skin, allowing it time to absorb and do the healing it needs to do. He should also look for other vitamins as well, such as B5, C and A.

Male Organ Rash After Sensual Activity: Some Likely Culprits

First impressions are incredibly important, and by and large, first impressions are primarily physical impressions. That’s certainly true when a man is for the first time unveiling for a partner his proud member, and no matter the size, the shape or the liveliness apparent in that manhood, the first impression is likely to be negatively impacted if a male organ rash is prominently displayed. And for that matter, any time the member is presented to a partner - even one who has already seen it numerous times - the presence of a male organ rash is going to cause some comment. Interestingly, sometimes a male organ rash occurs soon after sensual activity, and this can be a legitimate reason for a man and his partner to wonder if that rash signifies an unwelcome male organ health issue.

So suppose a man does develop a male organ rash an hour or a day or so after having sensual activity. What might this mean?

- It’s all a coincidence. The fact is, the appearance of a rash may have everything to do with having had sensual activity - or it may have absolutely nothing to do with it. Perhaps this is an allergic reaction to that stew you ate that, unknown to you, contained some of that shellfish you’re allergic to. Perhaps it’s a reaction to that new laundry detergent or that new soap. Maybe deciding to go commando while wearing scratchy wool pants was not a good idea. At any rate, even if a male organ rash pops out in a way that seems to connect it to sensual activity - that isn’t always the case.

- Yeah, it’s a social disease. Okay, the after sensual activity male organ rash cause that everyone wants to avoid can indeed be a reality. Some social diseases may present with male organ rash as a symptom, although it’s important to remember that not everyone who comes down with an STI exhibits symptoms. There also can be variability in how long after sensual contact a rash may appear. Bottom line: If it’s possible the rash may be a social disease, check it out with a doctor.

- Or another sensually-transmitted issue. So maybe rather than a social disease, it’s something like scabies or public lice. These annoying buggers can cause a mighty itch as well as a rash and can be a pain to get rid of. Again, check with a doctor if these seem likely causes of that unsightly rash.

- Reaction to latex. Sometimes a man may have a latex allergy which could result in a male organ rash after using a latex barrier. And some sensual toys are made of latex or of other materials that in some cases might provoke an allergic reaction. There are non-latex latex barriers made for men with an allergy, and sensual toys come in many different kinds of materials. (It’s also important that any sensual toy be washed properly after use; otherwise, bacteria might grow on it which could be responsible for the new male organ rash.)

- Yeast. Yeast infections are common in women and while they are less common in men, having unprotected sensual activity with a woman whose female organ has a yeast infection can indeed result in a manhood yeast infection - and an accompanying rash.

Many of the symptoms of male organ rash, whether after sensual activity or not, respond to regular use of a first rate male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Men should be certain to check the oil’s label to see if it includes L-carnitine and arginine. For optimum results, select an oil which contains both a high end emollient (such as shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E) to moisturize the male organ skin and help soothe itching and flakiness. The oil should also contain vitamin B5 (aka pantothenic acid), a vital nutrient that is required for cell metabolism and the maintenance of healthy tissue.

Tired of Scratching That Itchy Male Organ? Get Rid of Stress

Chill, suave, debonair gentleman. Definitely a magnet for the ladies. That is, until they notice him trying (and failing) to surreptitiously scratch his itchy male organ and instead looking like a guy who simply can’t keep his hands off his manhood. Every man has an itchy male organ at some time or another (and it always seems to be its itchiest when the most alluring potential partner is around). Sometimes an itchy male organ can be associated with a male organ health issue, such as a rash or other skin eruption. But sometimes there are other causes. For example, doctors know that itchiness - including itchiness on the male member - can be a reaction to having too much stress in one’s life.

Psychogenic itch

The technical medical term for an itch caused by stress (or anxiety or depression) is a psychogenic itch. When one is experiencing mental health issues like these, the body releases a great deal more of serotonin and norepinephrine. Nerve cells produce serotonin, which is used for several purposes, including helping to stabilize mood. Norepinephrine is a chemical that is used to get the brain and body alert and ready for action. When the body gets too much of these chemicals, it can result in an itch, including an itchy male organ.

So relieving stress (or anxiety or depression) can help to alleviate an itchy male organ when it is contributing to the itchiness. For those who are experiencing severe stress (and certainly severe anxiety of depression), getting assistance from a mental health professional is strongly recommended. But for those stress is not as acute, the following tips may be helpful in turning the stress levels down a few notches.

- Get active. One of the best ways to relieve stress and tension is by being physically active. Going to the gym, riding a bike, swimming, jogging, mowing the lawn, raking leaves, even just standing up from the desk and doing a few jumping jacks can help when stress is high.

- Watch what you eat. A healthy diet makes it easier to fight off stress; too often, people end up stress eating, gulping down sugary sodas or empty caloried snacks that make them feel good in the short term but are harmful in the long run. Eating an apple instead of a bag of potato chips may be a better way to ease stress a little.

- Get laughing. When a person laughs, the body releases chemicals that help de-stress. So it pays to have on a video playlist a few comedy routines or scenes from movies that tickle the funnybone. Watching or listening to these when stress is too much can make a big difference.

- Meditate and breathe. Practicing meditation, and especially breathing exercises, relaxes the body and the mind.

- Try some yoga. Many people find that yoga, in addition to providing a physical workout, has a calming and soothing effect on them.

- Listen to music. Putting on some gentle, soothing tracks can allow the mind to let go out of many of the thoughts that are prompting stress to rear its ugly head.

Easing stress can help ease an itchy male organ, as can regularly applying a top drawer male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). For the best outcome, look through oils until one finds an oil with a combination of moisturizing agents, such as shea butter and vitamin E. A well moisturized manhood is less likely to experience itching on an intense level. The selected oil should also contain l-carnitine, an amino acid that helps protect against nerve damage caused by friction, compression, and other common injuries.

Making Sensual Fantasies a Reality

There are some sensual fantasies which are extremely unlikely to become reality for most men. Yes, a man may fantasize about having steamy, lusty sensual activity with their favorite Hollywood (or Bollywood or Aussiewood, etc.) star, but for most men, such desires are aiming a bit too high. However, provided he practices good male organ health, there’s ample reason to believe a man can move any number of sensual fantasies off the wish list and into the realm of reality. It just takes a little determination and some guts.

Following are a number of common sensual fantasies along with some tips on making them realities. For most of these, the assumption is that the man is not in a relationship with a partner who is willing to go along with these fantasies. (For those with potentially willing partners, the bigger challenge is often working up the nerve to broach the subject with them in the first place.)

- Having sensual activity with an unseen partner. How many guys have fantasized about being sensually served by someone whom they can’t even see? For many, this is high on the hot sensual fantasies list. Yet it’s one of the more easily accomplished. Many adult bookstores and similar establishment have booths with openings through which one may slip a tumescent member and have it serviced by whoever lurks in the next booth. And many hook-up apps allow a person to be similarly serviced at a person’s home while blindfolded. However, and these are big caveats, one must be aware that random servicing at a booth opening or by a stranger increases the risk of social disease significantly, and that hook-up arrangements have been known to lead to a person being robbed or worse. A man needs to weigh these risks before acting on this or any other risky fantasies.

- Becoming a mile-higher. Having sensual activity while in a plane flying high in the sky sounds very exciting. Unfortunately, airplane bathrooms are notoriously cramped and airplane seats make partner-based sensual activity difficult - and again, risky. A compromise? Self-stimulate in the bathroom. It’s a legitimate form of sensual activity, and if asked for details, just smile enigmatically and say a gentleman doesn’t discuss.

- Getting tied up. More and more, people are becoming both more open about their own obsessions and more accepting of obsessions in others. Online hook-up sites often feature a variety of people who freely acknowledge their interest in and/or experience with role play and other obsessions. So meet a potential partner for a drink and see if it feels safe to move on into obsession. Big tip: Don’t engage in any role play activities without both agreeing to a "safe" word to stop the action. Also, don’t go beyond the comfort zone. If a man doesn’t feel he wants both arms tied to a bed post, he has the right to have his wishes respected.

- Trying a threesome. Again, people are more open about multiple partner activities nowadays. A little exploration and asking of appropriate questions online (and at a follow-up meeting) can help a guy decide if he and other potential members of a threesome are compatible. The biggest thing for a man to decide in advance is, "Am I okay with a threesome with two males or only with two females?"

It will be less stressful making sensual fantasies into a reality if a man sports a healthy looking manhood, so daily application of a top notch male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can be a boon. He will want the member to get all the nutrients possible, so he should select an oil with a range of vitamins, including A, B5, C, D and E. Also key: an oil with a powerful antioxidant (like alpha lipoic acid) to fight free radicals and prevent oxidative damage.

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