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Making a Self-Pleasuring Travel Kit

September 20, 2017

When a man is in his own comfortable home, he can indulge in a little self-pleasuring with basically no preparation. Everything he needs is right at hand - and that means more than just his own hand. But what about if a guy happens to travel? Now, granted, self-pleasuring really doesn’t demand anything other than that aforementioned hand, but most men tend to employ other resources to make the experience even more pleasurable. And since self-pleasuring can help both a man’s general health and his male organ health, he doesn’t want to refrain from the experience when feeling excited and alone while on the road. As this is the case, it can pay to prepare a little self-gratifying travel kit for any trips (especially long ones).

With that in mind, the following tips may come in handy when planning a personal kit.

Tips

- Bring lubrication. One of the fun things about staying in many hotels is taking advantage of the personal care products they provide, such as shampoo and conditioner. Many hotels also provide a body or hand lotion, which many solo male travelers use when feeling the need to relieve an insistent tumescence. But guys may be better off packing a supply of their own preferred lubricant. Manhood skin is enormously sensitive and may react negatively to unfamiliar ingredients in the hotel’s lotion. Besides, some hotels don’t provide lotion - and, of course, many trips don’t involve a hotel stay. Sure, a guy who’s visiting his sister can ask his brother-in-law if he has any lotion he could borrow, but the brother-in-law is going to smirk knowingly as he hands it over. And good luck finding a lubricant on a camping trip!

- Bring barrier protection (especially if camping). Having latex protection on hand is a good idea in the event that a guy finds some partner-based fun, but it can be a plus when self-gratifying, too. This is especially true when camping, as it is easy to forget to pack some tissues - and so clean-up will be easier with the barrier protection.

- Pack toys. More and more men are utilizing sensual toys in their self-pleasuring routines. So if a dude favors a male organ ring, imitation male organ, manhood sleeve, silicon female organ, etc., he should bring them along. One warning: if flying, it may be preferable to include these items in checked luggage, rather than run the risk of them being pulled out of a carry-on bag during the screening process.

- Include stimulating material. Men who typically self-stimulate to visually exciting images may want to include material - or a way to access material - while packing. The easiest way is to include a laptop, tablet or smartphone that can be used to access the adult sites of preference. If that’s not an option, purchasing magazines or books with sensually exciting photos and/or stories may be the route to take. Some men may instead prefer to print out material from some of their favorite online sites. As with toys, packing print material in checked baggage may be a better idea than stashing them in a carry-on.

- Pack a male organ health crème. A self-pleasuring travel kit definitely needs to include a first rate male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) - not because the crème is used during self-pleasuring but because it is needed to keep the member healthy before and after solo play. Many men end up treating their manhood rather roughly during self-pleasuring, which can require the application of a crème with soothing, moisturizing agents like Shea butter and vitamin E to help repair raw, sore male organ skin. All that rough handling may also damage the sensitive nerve endings on the manhood, "deadening" the feeling. A crème with L carnitine, a neuroprotective ingredient which helps restore lost sensation, can help relieve that unwanted numbness that impacts the sensations a man feels when self-gratifying.

Cold Weather Care for the Best Manhood Health

September 19, 2017

When cold weather comes calling, so does the dry skin. Sales of lotion skyrocket, and sometimes even a ridiculous amount of lotion on the hands, arms or anywhere else feels like a losing battle against the dry air. But the good news is that there are several things a man can do for cold weather care, not only to enhance his usual male organ care but to make his skin feel better in general.

It’s important to remember that sometimes, the very nature of winter means that a guy will face dry skin - it’s not anything he’s doing wrong. The very cold air naturally pulls moisture from the skin. Add in any sort of wind and suddenly, the skin feels so dry it’s begging for lotion or any other type of moisture - it’s why so many people obsessively lick their lips when they are out and about in the wintertime. And the things a person must wear to stay warm, such as the thick layers of wool and cotton, also contribute to rubbing against the skin, which only exacerbates a dry skin situation.

Here’s how to make the best of those wintertime issues and maintain great manhood health:

1. Get clean the proper way. One of the first lines of defense against dry skin is ensuring that it starts out moisturized in the first place. That can be achieved with a good soapless cleanser, one that promises to clean the skin but not strip it of the natural oils it needs to hold moisture inside. Look for a cleanser that contains natural ingredients, so there is no chance of harsh chemicals sneaking their way into the daily shower.

2. Moisturize immediately. Upon coming out of the shower, pat the male organ dry. Never rub, as this encourages loss of oils that the delicate skin needs to keep. Then apply a good moisturizer to the male organ and surrounding area. This should include vitamin E or Shea butter, as these are excellent natural hydrators. Choosing a crème that contains both is the best way to go. Remember, you should also have a separate crème or lotion to use on other parts of the body to help keep them soft as well.

3. Choose layers wisely. No one would ever expect a guy to avoid the layers during the coldest of wintertime. That’s why a guy should always reach for the heavy coats, jackets and other layers, but make sure that what actually touches his skin is something soft and suitable for keeping things comfortable. Look for comfortable underwear made of cotton, and if it is a wicking material, even better. Long underwear should always be made of soft cotton.

4. Keep the air moist. Keep a home more comfortable by investing in a good humidifier that can run constantly in the background during the winter months. This adds moisture back into the dry air, which in turn keeps the place feeling as comfortable as if it were the not-so-hot days of summertime. A guy should take the time to figure out the best settings for the humidifier that keep his home as comfortable as possible.

In addition to these measures, a guy should look for a top-notch manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to help him fight winter dryness. Cold weather care demands Shea butter and vitamin E, as already mentioned, but it also needs to include alpha lipoic acid, which fights the signs of aging, and vitamin C, which is the ‘miracle vitamin’ that helps fight off all sorts of bacterial issues. Finally, don’t forget the wonders of vitamin B5, which helps enhance healthy tissue and fight off the evidence of dry skin.

Prepping a Handsome Male Organ for a Doctor Visit

September 18, 2017

Any time a guy is in the buff, he wants to make sure he’s presenting a handsome male organ to any watchers - whether that’s one special person in the bedroom or a crowd of potential onlookers at a clothing optional beach. Part of maintaining a handsome male organ, of course, is taking pains to practice good manhood health - because a healthy member is by definition a more handsome one. And regular check-ups with a doctor, whether for general health or any male member-specific matters, are required to keep the manhood in its best shape.

But when making those doctor visits, are there things a guy needs to do to "prep" himself and his manhood? Absolutely. And the following are tips to keep in mind in that area.

Do a thorough wash. This is both for the dude himself and for his doctor, who doesn’t relish the idea of handling a member that hasn’t seen a shower in a couple of days. Guys should always make sure their member and sacks are clean, period. But before a doctor visit, he especially wants to be sure that there’s no lingering odor from too much sweat, dried seed, etc. And it can be very embarrassing for a doctor to roll back a man’s prepuce during a male organ examination and find a layer of coagulated fluids underneath the hood.

Do a pre-examination. Before the doctor visit, a man should take time to feel around his member and sacks - not in a self-pleasuring sense, but in order to check for any lumps, bumps etc. He should also do a visual check for any rashes, discoloration, etc. It’s a good idea to use a mirror for this, so that the underside of the sacks can be viewed as well. He should make a note of anything that might need to be brought to the doctor’s attention.

Take it for a trial run. If a guy hasn’t had sensual activity - whether with a partner or with himself - for a substantial length of time, he should self-pleasure the night before seeing the doctor. There are two reasons for this. First, he can make sure there are no sensual function problems that need to be addressed. Second, some men worry about getting tumescent while a doctor is examining them, and would be especially embarrassed if the doctor’s handling of the member resulted in a release of male seed. By self-gratifying in advance, he lowers the chances of this occurring. (Those who are especially concerned about this situation occurring may opt to self-stimulate closer to the time of the doctor visit.)

Make a list of any questions/concerns. If a man has any concerns specifically related to his member, he should list them. These may be sensual in nature (e.g., difficulty maintaining tumescence, premature or prolonged male seed release, etc.) or physical/cosmetic (e.g., rashes, redness, swelling, bending, strong odor, etc.). Writing them down will help ensure he doesn’t forget them. If there’s a problem, list all pertinent details. For example, if there is a pain in the manhood, list how long it has been a problem, the level of the pain, when/how often the pain occurs, where in/on the member it occurs, and the like.

Use a crème. A handsome male organ benefits from regular use of a first rate manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) , especially before a doctor visit. It is best to choose a crème that can provide a wide range of vitamins, such as A, B5, C, D and E; the fact that the crème is applied topically enables these vitamins to more directly target their benefits to the member. The wise man also makes sure the crème includes L-arginine. This amino acid is part of the process whereby nitric oxide is produced, which in turn helps keep manhood blood vessels open and flowing.

Learning to Treat the Most Common Member Problems

September 18, 2017

When a man is paying close attention to good male organ care, he will naturally eliminate several of the potential member problems that could pop up. But even with the best care possible, a man will sometimes run into member problems that he didn’t anticipate. That awful itchy male organ, a redness that won’t go away, little irritations or even an attack of rank manhood odor can all catch a man by surprise. When these things happen, he wants to find a remedy as soon as possible.

The good news is that these common member problems also have quite common treatments that a man can handle right at home. Here are some of the things most men will encounter at some point during their lives and the male organ care regimens required to make them go away.

1. The itchy male organ. In most cases, a suddenly itchy organ is caused by an attack of dry skin. This might happen more often during the winter, right after showering with a new cleanser or shortly after using barrier protection. The treatment for this includes moisturizing like mad, especially if a guy sees peeling, flaking or very dry skin when he inspects his manhood. He should also reconsider his use of certain latex protections or lube (choosing one that is less harsh on the skin), using only all-natural cleansers and using a humidifier to keep his home comfortable in the winter.

2. The chafed, irritated and red manhood. In many cases, a man will know exactly what caused this - for instance, if he went commando and his member rubbed against his jeans, or if he had a long coupling session and didn’t use enough lube. Rough self-fondling, tight clothing and much more can cause those irritations that lead to redness. To alleviate this, a guy should give his manhood a break from activity for a few days, use a good health crème on a regular basis, and keep an eye out for things that might have caused an allergic reaction, such as a new detergent.

3. The smelly manhood. A member that suddenly has an off-putting odor might be much more than a lapse in good hygiene. When regular showers and careful cleaning doesn’t do the trick, a guy’s next step is to pay very close attention to what might be causing the issue. For instance, a yeast infection usually presents with a severe itching and a rash that spreads. Over the counter treatments might help with this, but it also pays for a guy to visit the doctor and get medications that work faster.

4. The red and inflamed manhood. A male organ that has too much warmth to it, as well as redness, swelling and pain, might be signs of a bacterial infection. In these cases, dry manhood skin often leads to tiny openings in the skin, which are just enough for bacteria to invade. Once they set up shop, it can be almost impossible to get rid of them without a round of antibiotics. If the organ is looking rather red, inflamed and sickly, get to the doctor.

5. The constant member problems. When a man has any of these issues and tries treatment but gets nowhere fast, it might be something more concerning, such as a socially shared infection or disease. If this is the case, a guy should get to the doctor as soon as possible and let the experts check it out. Constant member problems can diminish a man’s self-esteem and quality of life very quickly, so it’s important to get the bottom of it right now.

And of course, every man should remember that sudden manhood pain, redness, soreness, discharge and the like calls for an immediate trip to the doctor - as there are some member problems that require professional help!

In the meantime, a man can keep things healthy with a strong manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . Look for a crème with Shea butter and vitamin E for hydration, vitamin A for odor control, L-arginine for blood flow and L-carnitine for protection of the peripheral nerves.

His Sore Male Organ: What Women Need to Know

September 16, 2017

Here’s something men may not be willing to tell their women: Sometimes a man gets a sore male organ and, for a while at least, may not feel in the mood for coupling. That’s not to say that the mood will necessarily last for a long time, or that he may not find himself eager to jump into bed with his partner despite his sore male organ. Even when they know there may be some pain, many men will happily give in to the lure of sensual activity - even if the soreness makes them regret it later. But since his long-term manhood health affects his partner as much as it does him, women need to know a little about the sore member.

It’s a societal thing

The fact is, men can often have a sore male organ - much more often than one might think. And it’s the kind of thing they’re more willing to talk about with other guys than with women. (Although, to be fair, much of the time that they tell their buds they have a sore male organ, it’s really just a way of bragging about the incredible coupling they had last night.)

Still, many men feel that society pressures them to present an uber-macho façade where matters of the member are concerned, especially with the women they take to bed. They feel an expectation that they can perform at the drop of a hat - and that they’re supposed to want to perform 24/7. But even the most sensual of men are still only human and can fall prey to any number of soreness-inducing situations, such as:

- Overdoing it. Probably the most common reason a guy complains of a sore male organ is because he’s been having too much sensual activity (either with a partner or with his hand - or both). Remember that member skin is very sensitive and filled with nerve endings - hence, the incredible pleasure that a guy gets from sensual activity. Too much activity can simply overwork the poor little fellow, a situation which a little rest usually can cure.

- Aggressive action. Sometimes, though, the problem isn’t too much manhood activity - it’s too rough manhood activity. Especially if it’s activity in which there is insufficient lubrication. So a guy who thrusts at too furious a pace, or whose member is stroked at a lightning-fast pace by a hand devoid of lubrication, is going to find himself with a raw, painful manhood.

- Allergy. Sometimes the soreness comes not from activity on that sensitive skin but from an allergic reaction - to chemicals in soap, fragrances in the detergent that cleans his underwear, etc. It causes a rash or other reaction which in some cases makes the manhood a little too tender to touch.

- A mid-section punch. Getting hit in the manhood area with a baseball or other hard object can cause soreness that may last for days. Understandably.

Be gentle

So if a guy does complain about a sore male organ, it helps if his partner is understanding. And she should know he is likely going to want to get back into action earlier than he probably should - in which case, his partner can help by going slowly and helping him to ease back into things rather than jumping in at full throttle.

Women whose men complain of a sore manhood should also encourage them to daily apply a first class male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . Keeping the member healthy means it will recover from whatever causes the soreness more quickly. The best crèmes can also help reduce the soreness. For example, one with both a high-end emollient (like Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (like vitamin E) can "double team" affected male organ skin, re-moisturize, and help alleviate soreness. By the same token, if aggressively rough handling has de-sensitized the member, a crème with a neuroprotective ingredient like L carnitine can help restore minor loss of sensation.

Male Organ Odor? Cologne Is Not the Answer

September 15, 2017

One of the deal-killers with potential partners - and one of the bigger complaints from many men’s current partners - is the presence of a persistent and unpleasant male organ odor. Few things put a damper on a romantic mood faster than a stench wafting upward from a guy’s manhood. No matter how skilled he is with his instrument, or how otherwise impressive that manhood may be, male organ odor is a huge turn-off. Practicing better and more targeted member care can go a long way to addressing this issue - and is a much better idea than using cologne to try to cover up the aroma.

The cologne connection

On the surface, it seems to make sense to use cologne to keep unwanted male organ odor at bay. After all, many men dab a little cologne on their neck, chest, armpits or elsewhere in order to make themselves smell more appealing to a lover. Why not use it on the manhood? For a couple of good reasons, actually.

First, as a lot of men have discovered too late, most cologne is not a male member’s best friend. Splash a little on to the manhood, and within a few seconds most men will be yelping in pain. Cologne (like aftershave) tends to create a burning sensation in the member which can be quite intense.

That’s because cologne, in addition to water and scents, contains alcohol - denatured alcohol, to be precise. It’s a necessary ingredient because it takes the other components in cologne, breaks them down and then holds them together in a mixed state. Also, as alcohol evaporates, it spreads the scents in the cologne out into the air.

Unfortunately, the alcohol also irritates the male organ skin, which is more sensitive than skin on other parts of the body. And often the other elements in the cologne that produce scent provide further irritation.

Treating better than masking

The second reason to avoid cologne is that all it does is mask the unwanted male organ odor - it doesn’t actually make the odor go away. And in the long run, a man is much better off taking steps to help actually fight the stench.

What kind of steps? The following usually help a great deal.

- Simply wash. Too often, male organ odor is a result of just not paying enough attention to manhood hygiene. Odor can develop very quickly, especially during the summer months or at any time when a man is physically active. It’s crucial that the manhood be thoroughly washed regularly. Be careful to use soaps that are mild rather than chemical-laden, as they can dry out the skin or cause rashing or other irritation. And when the male organ skin is dry or irritated, it often holds on to odor more readily.

- Consider a shave. Manscaping - either shaving midsection hair to the skin or simply cropping it down to a shorter length - can reduce sweat and sweat retention, helping to reduce aromas.

- Have a good airing. Letting the manhood hang free in the open air can be a big help in dispensing odors. Men who live alone - or with understanding roommates - may want to walk around their home unclothed. Those without that option may still find that sleeping in the buff can be a big help.

- Apply an appropriate crème. One good way to fight odor without cologne is to daily apply a top notch male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin ). The best bet is to select a crème that includes vitamin A among its ingredients. Also called retinol, vitamin A is blessed with antibacterial properties which target many of the bacteria that can create a damaging male organ odor situation. Since keeping male organ skin healthy also helps fight odor, the chosen crème should include heavy duty moisturizing ingredients (such as Shea butter and vitamin E) and an antioxidant (such as alpha lipoic acid) to keep away free radicals.

Is Dry Member Skin Normal? How to Tell if It’s an Easy Fix

September 15, 2017

In most cases, occasional dry member skin is a fact of life. That’s because almost anything can lead to dry member skin, including something as innocuous as changing the detergent a guy uses for his sheets or even changing his workout routine to something that makes him sweat a bit more. To help ease the dryness of such delicate skin, good male organ care is necessary. And for most guys, within a couple of days of proper attention, that dry skin is just like new.

But what happens when a man does everything he can think to do and it doesn’t seem to make a difference? And what does it mean if the dry skin issue actually gets worse instead of better? It’s important for a man to know when dry member skin is a run-of-the-mill issue that will resolve in a few days, versus a problem that might require a doctor to evaluate it and provide treatment. To that end, here’s a short primer on what’s serious - and what’s not.

Dry member skin causes

Understanding the causes of dry member skin can help a guy determine just how serious the situation might be. Here are the most common reasons for dry, itchy manhood skin:

1. Too much self-gratifying. A guy who likes to handle the throttle a little too often is bound to wind up with some dryness, even if he uses plenty of lube. That’s simply because over time, the rigorous stroking pulls natural oils from the skin, and when the lube is washed away, so is all that precious oil. But those who enjoy self-fondling without lube are in for even worse dryness, as there is nothing to protect the male organ from aggressive over-handling. The easiest way to cure the problem? Let the organ rest and apply plenty of moisturizing health crème in the meantime.

2. Dry coupling. Whether a guy is getting it on without lube during coupling or he’s enjoying other activities, such as dry rubbing, his member might rub up against various surfaces - such as the sheets, pillows, and yes, even his partner’s body - and eventually, dry skin can be the result. The only cure for this is to keep the male organ in good shape to begin with; again, this requires an excellent manhood health crème.

3. Skin allergies and irritations. Sometimes a guy’s male organ is just fine, but then within hours, it’s not. This sudden dryness is often related to something in the environment, such as a mild allergic reaction to new detergents, fragrances, cleansers, and anything else that might come into contact with the delicate male organ skin. In this case, some detective work is in order. A guy should eliminate the variety of issues that might be causing the problem, then see if there is any improvement.

4. Skin conditions. For some men, things get a bit more serious. Dryness that doesn’t respond to the use of a male organ health crème or other moisturizing efforts might be a problem that requires a doctor’s attention. Some skin conditions, such as eczema or psoriasis, can occur on the manhood just as easily as they might appear on other parts of the body. If a man has dry, itchy member skin that doesn’t respond to his home treatments should visit the doctor to find out what the problem might be.

5. The weather. Surprisingly, the weather plays a serious role in dry skin. Many men are familiar with dry hands and a dry face or lips during the worst of the colder seasons. The same thing can happen to the member. Again, use of a great crème, plenty of hydration, and running a humidifier during the winter can all help.

Speaking of a good male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) , a man should apply the crème on a regular basis, at least once a day. Those who struggle with dry skin want a crème that contains a serious one-two punch of hydration through Shea butter and vitamin E. Both are proven to provide the kind of moisture that can nip dry member skin in the bud.

Supporting Manhood Function Through Yoga

September 14, 2017

With yoga schools and classes available practically everywhere in the country, there’s no excuse for any person interested in yoga not to dive right in. And men who are interested in maintaining their male organ health might want to investigate a little downward facing dog or warrior positions. Yes, practicing yoga can be a good way to support good manhood function - and that’s something every man values.

An ancient practice

Yoga has been around for centuries, although only in recent decades has it become so widely available in western cultures. Originating in ancient India, yoga actually encompasses a range of mental, physical and spiritual practices. But when a person refers to yoga today, they generally are talking about a form of physical exercise that incorporates meditation and other mental components into it. As opposed to working out with weights at the gym, yoga is more of a low impact form of exercise - although it can also provide a real work-out when required.

Although there is more to yoga than this, most people associate yoga essentially with exercises that emphasize attaining and holding specially designed poses.

The manhood connection

And how can yoga benefit manhood function? One way is through the potential boosting of male hormone.

Male hormone, as most men know, is a key component of manhood function. Higher levels of male hormone are generally associated with greater muscle mass and tone, stronger bones, increased energy, better cardiac health, a strong sensual drive and healthy firmness. So maintaining appropriate levels of male hormone is important for a man.

Some studies have indicated that regular yoga practice can help increase or maintain male hormone levels. This becomes especially important as men age, as the natural aging process typically includes some diminishment of male hormone.

How does yoga help?

Yoga is thought to help with male hormone production in several ways.

- De-stressing. One of the major benefits associated with yoga is a lowering of stress levels. Most people come out of a yoga session feeling significantly more relaxed. Consistent practice of yoga helps a person experience that relaxed feeling for a longer period of time and to be able to draw on it more effectively in stressful situations. This is key because stress triggers cortisol production, which in turns lowers male hormone production.

- Sleeping better. People who regularly engage in yoga tend to sleep better, and not only on nights when they’ve had a yoga class. Sleep deprivation is also associated with decreases in male hormone (and with increases in stress). In addition, being physically tired can have an impact on the sensual drive and ability to obtain and maintain tumescence.

- Weight issues. Regular yoga participation can help a man to lose weight, which not only makes him feel and look better - it also gets his male hormone working up again. Men who are a healthy weight are also less likely to have blood pressure and cardiac issues, which again can have an impact on member function and health.

In addition, many yoga poses exercise parts of the body that can be of benefit to a man during coupling. For example, yoga can help provide flexibility in the pelvis, increase arm strength for greater upper body support during missionary and similar positions, and develop breathing in a way that promotes better stamina.

Of course, yoga alone cannot assist with manhood function or male organ health. It is sensible for a man to regularly use a top rated male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) just to keep his member is overall good shape. The best bet is to use a crème that contains both L-arginine and L-carnitine. The former is an amino acid that is part of the process by which nitric oxide is produced, which in turn keeps manhood blood vessels open and receptive for increased blood flow. The latter is a neuroprotective ingredient that protects an overused or aggressively-stroked member from suffering a diminishment of sensation.

The Best Solution for a Sore Manhood

September 13, 2017

Many men jump into bed with their eager partner and enjoy several hours of fun, but at the end of it, they are often red and sore. That sore manhood is often worn as a badge of pride, as it means a man has put his equipment to very good use. But if the male organ is always sore after a good bedroom session, it might mean that a guy should try something a little different. This key point of good male organ care is already well-known to many men, but some might need a little refresher.

How to avoid a sore manhood

When a man is enjoying coupling with a partner, there is a lot of friction going on. And that feels great! But after several hours of play, it might wind up costing a guy a bit of comfort - in fact, he might have an incredibly sore manhood. Besides that, the member skin might be red and irritated.

Though this might be a badge of pride, it pays to be careful about how often this happens. A man who is constantly dealing with a sore manhood might wind up with problems down the road, as his member skin suffers from the repeated irritation that comes from those wild nights. The result can be everything from loss of sensation to unnatural curvature of the male organ, thanks to the tiny traumas the member ensures during those sessions when not everything is smooth sailing.

But there is one very good tip for avoiding a sore manhood that has the added bonus of making the bedroom session even better: Engage in more mutual preparation!

Why is mutual preparation so important?

Entire books have been written about the importance of mutual preparation, but a lot of it boils down to a few key points. First, mutual preparation makes sense because both partners deserve to have a good time - and studies have shown that while a man might have a great time without much preparation, a woman needs much more time to get ready and raring to go. The more mutual preparation involved, the better time she is likely to have.

Secondly, it matters in terms of male organ health. A man who is engaging in way too much friction might feel great about that, but eventually the result is a sore manhood and even damage to the member skin. And if he feels this way, imagine how his partner must feel! It’s not a pleasant experience for either person involved.

Engaging in more mutual preparation doesn’t necessarily mean a man has to have a variety of unusual tricks up his sleeve. It might be as simple as taking more time to enjoy the usual beginning activities, such as kissing, touching and whispering sweet nothings to each other. Sure, a guy might employ more use of his hands and tongue to make a woman much happier, but all in all, mutual preparation is simply about what feels good to both partners - and gets them both hot and bothered enough to enjoy coupling without the painful friction that can result if things are too dry.

But sometimes, mutual preparation isn’t quite enough. That’s when a man should generously employ a high-quality lube. This benefits both partners, of course, and has the added bonus of ensuring that both partners are ready to go again for a morning quickie - because neither one of them are too sore to enjoy it!

And as always, a man must take care of his male organ health when he’s outside the bedroom. This includes the regular use of a good male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) on a daily basis. Look for a crème that contains soothing Shea butter and vitamin E; this one-two punch of hydration helps ensure that the member skin stays smooth and supple. A man should also look for a crème that contains vitamin C, D and B5, all beneficial for proper blood flow and overall male organ health.

Male Organ Injury Prevention Tips

September 13, 2017

It’s only common sense: A guy who is serious about good male organ care is going to want to avoid any male organ injury. When a manhood injury occurs, a guy can be out of commission, which is no fun - and a big injury or a series of small ones can even do long-term damage. Clearly, prevention is the way a man wants to go here. And with that in mind, the following practical tips should be helpful.

Tips

- Watch the angle. One hears cringe-inducing tales of a guy "breaking" his manhood, and while the terminology isn’t exactly correct - without an actual bone, the member can’t technically be "broken" - the term gets the general idea across. This most often occurs when the manhood is firm and it strikes up against something hard at the wrong angle. For example, a guy may misjudge his angle of penetration and thrust very hard into a female organ, only to come into swift contact with a pelvic bone. If he hears a "popping" sound, excruciating pain will follow almost immediately. So no matter how deeply "into it" a guy may be, he needs to make sure that his angle of thrust is on target.

- Wear a cup. No guy really likes to wear an athletic supporter, but they exist for a reason. They not only provide support so things don’t flop around too much, but they help protect a man’s favorite body part from fast-moving line drives and the like. Guys who play sports a lot definitely need to endure a little discomfort to prevent a serious male organ injury.

- Lube up. It can be awkward, when a man’s member is being stroked and rubbed by a maiden’s hand, to suggest that they add lubrication into the mix - but if she’s a bit too rough, a guy just has to man up and say it. And there’s no excuse for a guy not applying enough lubrication to his own hand while self-stimulating. Too much friction too often can lead to peripheral nerve damage and a loss of sensation in the manhood - something most guys really, really want to avoid.

- Be sensibly bare. There’s nothing wrong with being unclothed, but when in a natural state, be aware of any "dangers" that could come along. For example, if going to a clothing optional beach, be sure to apply sunscreen to that sensitive member skin. Even after sunscreen has been , don’t leave it hanging out in the strong sunshine for too long. And if at a clothing optional resort, be aware that male organ skin may be more susceptible to irritants and allergies - so keep the pollen off it, avoid letting it get nestled by long grass, etc. and definitely keep it away from anything resembling poison ivy!

- Beware of the zipper. Even guys who have been zipping their little buddy up for decades occasionally make a mistake and catch their member right in the zipper teeth. Anyone who has ever done this knows how painful it can be - so no matter how big a hurry a guy is in, he should take that extra moment when zipping up or down to make sure everything is out of the way.

Sometimes, despite a guy’s best prevention plans, male organ injury still occurs and manhood pain and soreness results. In many cases, that pain can be alleviated with the use of a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . The male organ skin is going to be impacted, so definitely select a crème with a combination of soothing moisturizers, such as vitamin E (a natural hydrator) and Shea butter (a special high-end emollient). Also, keep the skin as healthy as possible by being sure the crème also contains alpha lipoic acid. This potent antioxidant fights free radicals, which in turn can damage the skin through oxidative stress.

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Making a Self-Pleasuring Travel Kit

September 20, 2017

When a man is in his own comfortable home, he can indulge in a little self-pleasuring with basically no preparation. Everything he needs is right at hand - and that means more than just his own hand. But what about if a guy happens to travel? Now, granted, self-pleasuring really doesn’t demand anything other than that aforementioned hand, but most men tend to employ other resources to make the experience even more pleasurable. And since self-pleasuring can help both a man’s general health and his male organ health, he doesn’t want to refrain from the experience when feeling excited and alone while on the road. As this is the case, it can pay to prepare a little self-gratifying travel kit for any trips (especially long ones).

With that in mind, the following tips may come in handy when planning a personal kit.

Tips

- Bring lubrication. One of the fun things about staying in many hotels is taking advantage of the personal care products they provide, such as shampoo and conditioner. Many hotels also provide a body or hand lotion, which many solo male travelers use when feeling the need to relieve an insistent tumescence. But guys may be better off packing a supply of their own preferred lubricant. Manhood skin is enormously sensitive and may react negatively to unfamiliar ingredients in the hotel’s lotion. Besides, some hotels don’t provide lotion - and, of course, many trips don’t involve a hotel stay. Sure, a guy who’s visiting his sister can ask his brother-in-law if he has any lotion he could borrow, but the brother-in-law is going to smirk knowingly as he hands it over. And good luck finding a lubricant on a camping trip!

- Bring barrier protection (especially if camping). Having latex protection on hand is a good idea in the event that a guy finds some partner-based fun, but it can be a plus when self-gratifying, too. This is especially true when camping, as it is easy to forget to pack some tissues - and so clean-up will be easier with the barrier protection.

- Pack toys. More and more men are utilizing sensual toys in their self-pleasuring routines. So if a dude favors a male organ ring, imitation male organ, manhood sleeve, silicon female organ, etc., he should bring them along. One warning: if flying, it may be preferable to include these items in checked luggage, rather than run the risk of them being pulled out of a carry-on bag during the screening process.

- Include stimulating material. Men who typically self-stimulate to visually exciting images may want to include material - or a way to access material - while packing. The easiest way is to include a laptop, tablet or smartphone that can be used to access the adult sites of preference. If that’s not an option, purchasing magazines or books with sensually exciting photos and/or stories may be the route to take. Some men may instead prefer to print out material from some of their favorite online sites. As with toys, packing print material in checked baggage may be a better idea than stashing them in a carry-on.

- Pack a male organ health crème. A self-pleasuring travel kit definitely needs to include a first rate male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) - not because the crème is used during self-pleasuring but because it is needed to keep the member healthy before and after solo play. Many men end up treating their manhood rather roughly during self-pleasuring, which can require the application of a crème with soothing, moisturizing agents like Shea butter and vitamin E to help repair raw, sore male organ skin. All that rough handling may also damage the sensitive nerve endings on the manhood, "deadening" the feeling. A crème with L carnitine, a neuroprotective ingredient which helps restore lost sensation, can help relieve that unwanted numbness that impacts the sensations a man feels when self-gratifying.

Cold Weather Care for the Best Manhood Health

September 19, 2017

When cold weather comes calling, so does the dry skin. Sales of lotion skyrocket, and sometimes even a ridiculous amount of lotion on the hands, arms or anywhere else feels like a losing battle against the dry air. But the good news is that there are several things a man can do for cold weather care, not only to enhance his usual male organ care but to make his skin feel better in general.

It’s important to remember that sometimes, the very nature of winter means that a guy will face dry skin - it’s not anything he’s doing wrong. The very cold air naturally pulls moisture from the skin. Add in any sort of wind and suddenly, the skin feels so dry it’s begging for lotion or any other type of moisture - it’s why so many people obsessively lick their lips when they are out and about in the wintertime. And the things a person must wear to stay warm, such as the thick layers of wool and cotton, also contribute to rubbing against the skin, which only exacerbates a dry skin situation.

Here’s how to make the best of those wintertime issues and maintain great manhood health:

1. Get clean the proper way. One of the first lines of defense against dry skin is ensuring that it starts out moisturized in the first place. That can be achieved with a good soapless cleanser, one that promises to clean the skin but not strip it of the natural oils it needs to hold moisture inside. Look for a cleanser that contains natural ingredients, so there is no chance of harsh chemicals sneaking their way into the daily shower.

2. Moisturize immediately. Upon coming out of the shower, pat the male organ dry. Never rub, as this encourages loss of oils that the delicate skin needs to keep. Then apply a good moisturizer to the male organ and surrounding area. This should include vitamin E or Shea butter, as these are excellent natural hydrators. Choosing a crème that contains both is the best way to go. Remember, you should also have a separate crème or lotion to use on other parts of the body to help keep them soft as well.

3. Choose layers wisely. No one would ever expect a guy to avoid the layers during the coldest of wintertime. That’s why a guy should always reach for the heavy coats, jackets and other layers, but make sure that what actually touches his skin is something soft and suitable for keeping things comfortable. Look for comfortable underwear made of cotton, and if it is a wicking material, even better. Long underwear should always be made of soft cotton.

4. Keep the air moist. Keep a home more comfortable by investing in a good humidifier that can run constantly in the background during the winter months. This adds moisture back into the dry air, which in turn keeps the place feeling as comfortable as if it were the not-so-hot days of summertime. A guy should take the time to figure out the best settings for the humidifier that keep his home as comfortable as possible.

In addition to these measures, a guy should look for a top-notch manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to help him fight winter dryness. Cold weather care demands Shea butter and vitamin E, as already mentioned, but it also needs to include alpha lipoic acid, which fights the signs of aging, and vitamin C, which is the ‘miracle vitamin’ that helps fight off all sorts of bacterial issues. Finally, don’t forget the wonders of vitamin B5, which helps enhance healthy tissue and fight off the evidence of dry skin.

Prepping a Handsome Male Organ for a Doctor Visit

September 18, 2017

Any time a guy is in the buff, he wants to make sure he’s presenting a handsome male organ to any watchers - whether that’s one special person in the bedroom or a crowd of potential onlookers at a clothing optional beach. Part of maintaining a handsome male organ, of course, is taking pains to practice good manhood health - because a healthy member is by definition a more handsome one. And regular check-ups with a doctor, whether for general health or any male member-specific matters, are required to keep the manhood in its best shape.

But when making those doctor visits, are there things a guy needs to do to "prep" himself and his manhood? Absolutely. And the following are tips to keep in mind in that area.

Do a thorough wash. This is both for the dude himself and for his doctor, who doesn’t relish the idea of handling a member that hasn’t seen a shower in a couple of days. Guys should always make sure their member and sacks are clean, period. But before a doctor visit, he especially wants to be sure that there’s no lingering odor from too much sweat, dried seed, etc. And it can be very embarrassing for a doctor to roll back a man’s prepuce during a male organ examination and find a layer of coagulated fluids underneath the hood.

Do a pre-examination. Before the doctor visit, a man should take time to feel around his member and sacks - not in a self-pleasuring sense, but in order to check for any lumps, bumps etc. He should also do a visual check for any rashes, discoloration, etc. It’s a good idea to use a mirror for this, so that the underside of the sacks can be viewed as well. He should make a note of anything that might need to be brought to the doctor’s attention.

Take it for a trial run. If a guy hasn’t had sensual activity - whether with a partner or with himself - for a substantial length of time, he should self-pleasure the night before seeing the doctor. There are two reasons for this. First, he can make sure there are no sensual function problems that need to be addressed. Second, some men worry about getting tumescent while a doctor is examining them, and would be especially embarrassed if the doctor’s handling of the member resulted in a release of male seed. By self-gratifying in advance, he lowers the chances of this occurring. (Those who are especially concerned about this situation occurring may opt to self-stimulate closer to the time of the doctor visit.)

Make a list of any questions/concerns. If a man has any concerns specifically related to his member, he should list them. These may be sensual in nature (e.g., difficulty maintaining tumescence, premature or prolonged male seed release, etc.) or physical/cosmetic (e.g., rashes, redness, swelling, bending, strong odor, etc.). Writing them down will help ensure he doesn’t forget them. If there’s a problem, list all pertinent details. For example, if there is a pain in the manhood, list how long it has been a problem, the level of the pain, when/how often the pain occurs, where in/on the member it occurs, and the like.

Use a crème. A handsome male organ benefits from regular use of a first rate manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) , especially before a doctor visit. It is best to choose a crème that can provide a wide range of vitamins, such as A, B5, C, D and E; the fact that the crème is applied topically enables these vitamins to more directly target their benefits to the member. The wise man also makes sure the crème includes L-arginine. This amino acid is part of the process whereby nitric oxide is produced, which in turn helps keep manhood blood vessels open and flowing.

Learning to Treat the Most Common Member Problems

September 18, 2017

When a man is paying close attention to good male organ care, he will naturally eliminate several of the potential member problems that could pop up. But even with the best care possible, a man will sometimes run into member problems that he didn’t anticipate. That awful itchy male organ, a redness that won’t go away, little irritations or even an attack of rank manhood odor can all catch a man by surprise. When these things happen, he wants to find a remedy as soon as possible.

The good news is that these common member problems also have quite common treatments that a man can handle right at home. Here are some of the things most men will encounter at some point during their lives and the male organ care regimens required to make them go away.

1. The itchy male organ. In most cases, a suddenly itchy organ is caused by an attack of dry skin. This might happen more often during the winter, right after showering with a new cleanser or shortly after using barrier protection. The treatment for this includes moisturizing like mad, especially if a guy sees peeling, flaking or very dry skin when he inspects his manhood. He should also reconsider his use of certain latex protections or lube (choosing one that is less harsh on the skin), using only all-natural cleansers and using a humidifier to keep his home comfortable in the winter.

2. The chafed, irritated and red manhood. In many cases, a man will know exactly what caused this - for instance, if he went commando and his member rubbed against his jeans, or if he had a long coupling session and didn’t use enough lube. Rough self-fondling, tight clothing and much more can cause those irritations that lead to redness. To alleviate this, a guy should give his manhood a break from activity for a few days, use a good health crème on a regular basis, and keep an eye out for things that might have caused an allergic reaction, such as a new detergent.

3. The smelly manhood. A member that suddenly has an off-putting odor might be much more than a lapse in good hygiene. When regular showers and careful cleaning doesn’t do the trick, a guy’s next step is to pay very close attention to what might be causing the issue. For instance, a yeast infection usually presents with a severe itching and a rash that spreads. Over the counter treatments might help with this, but it also pays for a guy to visit the doctor and get medications that work faster.

4. The red and inflamed manhood. A male organ that has too much warmth to it, as well as redness, swelling and pain, might be signs of a bacterial infection. In these cases, dry manhood skin often leads to tiny openings in the skin, which are just enough for bacteria to invade. Once they set up shop, it can be almost impossible to get rid of them without a round of antibiotics. If the organ is looking rather red, inflamed and sickly, get to the doctor.

5. The constant member problems. When a man has any of these issues and tries treatment but gets nowhere fast, it might be something more concerning, such as a socially shared infection or disease. If this is the case, a guy should get to the doctor as soon as possible and let the experts check it out. Constant member problems can diminish a man’s self-esteem and quality of life very quickly, so it’s important to get the bottom of it right now.

And of course, every man should remember that sudden manhood pain, redness, soreness, discharge and the like calls for an immediate trip to the doctor - as there are some member problems that require professional help!

In the meantime, a man can keep things healthy with a strong manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . Look for a crème with Shea butter and vitamin E for hydration, vitamin A for odor control, L-arginine for blood flow and L-carnitine for protection of the peripheral nerves.

His Sore Male Organ: What Women Need to Know

September 16, 2017

Here’s something men may not be willing to tell their women: Sometimes a man gets a sore male organ and, for a while at least, may not feel in the mood for coupling. That’s not to say that the mood will necessarily last for a long time, or that he may not find himself eager to jump into bed with his partner despite his sore male organ. Even when they know there may be some pain, many men will happily give in to the lure of sensual activity - even if the soreness makes them regret it later. But since his long-term manhood health affects his partner as much as it does him, women need to know a little about the sore member.

It’s a societal thing

The fact is, men can often have a sore male organ - much more often than one might think. And it’s the kind of thing they’re more willing to talk about with other guys than with women. (Although, to be fair, much of the time that they tell their buds they have a sore male organ, it’s really just a way of bragging about the incredible coupling they had last night.)

Still, many men feel that society pressures them to present an uber-macho façade where matters of the member are concerned, especially with the women they take to bed. They feel an expectation that they can perform at the drop of a hat - and that they’re supposed to want to perform 24/7. But even the most sensual of men are still only human and can fall prey to any number of soreness-inducing situations, such as:

- Overdoing it. Probably the most common reason a guy complains of a sore male organ is because he’s been having too much sensual activity (either with a partner or with his hand - or both). Remember that member skin is very sensitive and filled with nerve endings - hence, the incredible pleasure that a guy gets from sensual activity. Too much activity can simply overwork the poor little fellow, a situation which a little rest usually can cure.

- Aggressive action. Sometimes, though, the problem isn’t too much manhood activity - it’s too rough manhood activity. Especially if it’s activity in which there is insufficient lubrication. So a guy who thrusts at too furious a pace, or whose member is stroked at a lightning-fast pace by a hand devoid of lubrication, is going to find himself with a raw, painful manhood.

- Allergy. Sometimes the soreness comes not from activity on that sensitive skin but from an allergic reaction - to chemicals in soap, fragrances in the detergent that cleans his underwear, etc. It causes a rash or other reaction which in some cases makes the manhood a little too tender to touch.

- A mid-section punch. Getting hit in the manhood area with a baseball or other hard object can cause soreness that may last for days. Understandably.

Be gentle

So if a guy does complain about a sore male organ, it helps if his partner is understanding. And she should know he is likely going to want to get back into action earlier than he probably should - in which case, his partner can help by going slowly and helping him to ease back into things rather than jumping in at full throttle.

Women whose men complain of a sore manhood should also encourage them to daily apply a first class male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . Keeping the member healthy means it will recover from whatever causes the soreness more quickly. The best crèmes can also help reduce the soreness. For example, one with both a high-end emollient (like Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (like vitamin E) can "double team" affected male organ skin, re-moisturize, and help alleviate soreness. By the same token, if aggressively rough handling has de-sensitized the member, a crème with a neuroprotective ingredient like L carnitine can help restore minor loss of sensation.

Male Organ Odor? Cologne Is Not the Answer

September 15, 2017

One of the deal-killers with potential partners - and one of the bigger complaints from many men’s current partners - is the presence of a persistent and unpleasant male organ odor. Few things put a damper on a romantic mood faster than a stench wafting upward from a guy’s manhood. No matter how skilled he is with his instrument, or how otherwise impressive that manhood may be, male organ odor is a huge turn-off. Practicing better and more targeted member care can go a long way to addressing this issue - and is a much better idea than using cologne to try to cover up the aroma.

The cologne connection

On the surface, it seems to make sense to use cologne to keep unwanted male organ odor at bay. After all, many men dab a little cologne on their neck, chest, armpits or elsewhere in order to make themselves smell more appealing to a lover. Why not use it on the manhood? For a couple of good reasons, actually.

First, as a lot of men have discovered too late, most cologne is not a male member’s best friend. Splash a little on to the manhood, and within a few seconds most men will be yelping in pain. Cologne (like aftershave) tends to create a burning sensation in the member which can be quite intense.

That’s because cologne, in addition to water and scents, contains alcohol - denatured alcohol, to be precise. It’s a necessary ingredient because it takes the other components in cologne, breaks them down and then holds them together in a mixed state. Also, as alcohol evaporates, it spreads the scents in the cologne out into the air.

Unfortunately, the alcohol also irritates the male organ skin, which is more sensitive than skin on other parts of the body. And often the other elements in the cologne that produce scent provide further irritation.

Treating better than masking

The second reason to avoid cologne is that all it does is mask the unwanted male organ odor - it doesn’t actually make the odor go away. And in the long run, a man is much better off taking steps to help actually fight the stench.

What kind of steps? The following usually help a great deal.

- Simply wash. Too often, male organ odor is a result of just not paying enough attention to manhood hygiene. Odor can develop very quickly, especially during the summer months or at any time when a man is physically active. It’s crucial that the manhood be thoroughly washed regularly. Be careful to use soaps that are mild rather than chemical-laden, as they can dry out the skin or cause rashing or other irritation. And when the male organ skin is dry or irritated, it often holds on to odor more readily.

- Consider a shave. Manscaping - either shaving midsection hair to the skin or simply cropping it down to a shorter length - can reduce sweat and sweat retention, helping to reduce aromas.

- Have a good airing. Letting the manhood hang free in the open air can be a big help in dispensing odors. Men who live alone - or with understanding roommates - may want to walk around their home unclothed. Those without that option may still find that sleeping in the buff can be a big help.

- Apply an appropriate crème. One good way to fight odor without cologne is to daily apply a top notch male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin ). The best bet is to select a crème that includes vitamin A among its ingredients. Also called retinol, vitamin A is blessed with antibacterial properties which target many of the bacteria that can create a damaging male organ odor situation. Since keeping male organ skin healthy also helps fight odor, the chosen crème should include heavy duty moisturizing ingredients (such as Shea butter and vitamin E) and an antioxidant (such as alpha lipoic acid) to keep away free radicals.

Is Dry Member Skin Normal? How to Tell if It’s an Easy Fix

September 15, 2017

In most cases, occasional dry member skin is a fact of life. That’s because almost anything can lead to dry member skin, including something as innocuous as changing the detergent a guy uses for his sheets or even changing his workout routine to something that makes him sweat a bit more. To help ease the dryness of such delicate skin, good male organ care is necessary. And for most guys, within a couple of days of proper attention, that dry skin is just like new.

But what happens when a man does everything he can think to do and it doesn’t seem to make a difference? And what does it mean if the dry skin issue actually gets worse instead of better? It’s important for a man to know when dry member skin is a run-of-the-mill issue that will resolve in a few days, versus a problem that might require a doctor to evaluate it and provide treatment. To that end, here’s a short primer on what’s serious - and what’s not.

Dry member skin causes

Understanding the causes of dry member skin can help a guy determine just how serious the situation might be. Here are the most common reasons for dry, itchy manhood skin:

1. Too much self-gratifying. A guy who likes to handle the throttle a little too often is bound to wind up with some dryness, even if he uses plenty of lube. That’s simply because over time, the rigorous stroking pulls natural oils from the skin, and when the lube is washed away, so is all that precious oil. But those who enjoy self-fondling without lube are in for even worse dryness, as there is nothing to protect the male organ from aggressive over-handling. The easiest way to cure the problem? Let the organ rest and apply plenty of moisturizing health crème in the meantime.

2. Dry coupling. Whether a guy is getting it on without lube during coupling or he’s enjoying other activities, such as dry rubbing, his member might rub up against various surfaces - such as the sheets, pillows, and yes, even his partner’s body - and eventually, dry skin can be the result. The only cure for this is to keep the male organ in good shape to begin with; again, this requires an excellent manhood health crème.

3. Skin allergies and irritations. Sometimes a guy’s male organ is just fine, but then within hours, it’s not. This sudden dryness is often related to something in the environment, such as a mild allergic reaction to new detergents, fragrances, cleansers, and anything else that might come into contact with the delicate male organ skin. In this case, some detective work is in order. A guy should eliminate the variety of issues that might be causing the problem, then see if there is any improvement.

4. Skin conditions. For some men, things get a bit more serious. Dryness that doesn’t respond to the use of a male organ health crème or other moisturizing efforts might be a problem that requires a doctor’s attention. Some skin conditions, such as eczema or psoriasis, can occur on the manhood just as easily as they might appear on other parts of the body. If a man has dry, itchy member skin that doesn’t respond to his home treatments should visit the doctor to find out what the problem might be.

5. The weather. Surprisingly, the weather plays a serious role in dry skin. Many men are familiar with dry hands and a dry face or lips during the worst of the colder seasons. The same thing can happen to the member. Again, use of a great crème, plenty of hydration, and running a humidifier during the winter can all help.

Speaking of a good male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) , a man should apply the crème on a regular basis, at least once a day. Those who struggle with dry skin want a crème that contains a serious one-two punch of hydration through Shea butter and vitamin E. Both are proven to provide the kind of moisture that can nip dry member skin in the bud.

Supporting Manhood Function Through Yoga

September 14, 2017

With yoga schools and classes available practically everywhere in the country, there’s no excuse for any person interested in yoga not to dive right in. And men who are interested in maintaining their male organ health might want to investigate a little downward facing dog or warrior positions. Yes, practicing yoga can be a good way to support good manhood function - and that’s something every man values.

An ancient practice

Yoga has been around for centuries, although only in recent decades has it become so widely available in western cultures. Originating in ancient India, yoga actually encompasses a range of mental, physical and spiritual practices. But when a person refers to yoga today, they generally are talking about a form of physical exercise that incorporates meditation and other mental components into it. As opposed to working out with weights at the gym, yoga is more of a low impact form of exercise - although it can also provide a real work-out when required.

Although there is more to yoga than this, most people associate yoga essentially with exercises that emphasize attaining and holding specially designed poses.

The manhood connection

And how can yoga benefit manhood function? One way is through the potential boosting of male hormone.

Male hormone, as most men know, is a key component of manhood function. Higher levels of male hormone are generally associated with greater muscle mass and tone, stronger bones, increased energy, better cardiac health, a strong sensual drive and healthy firmness. So maintaining appropriate levels of male hormone is important for a man.

Some studies have indicated that regular yoga practice can help increase or maintain male hormone levels. This becomes especially important as men age, as the natural aging process typically includes some diminishment of male hormone.

How does yoga help?

Yoga is thought to help with male hormone production in several ways.

- De-stressing. One of the major benefits associated with yoga is a lowering of stress levels. Most people come out of a yoga session feeling significantly more relaxed. Consistent practice of yoga helps a person experience that relaxed feeling for a longer period of time and to be able to draw on it more effectively in stressful situations. This is key because stress triggers cortisol production, which in turns lowers male hormone production.

- Sleeping better. People who regularly engage in yoga tend to sleep better, and not only on nights when they’ve had a yoga class. Sleep deprivation is also associated with decreases in male hormone (and with increases in stress). In addition, being physically tired can have an impact on the sensual drive and ability to obtain and maintain tumescence.

- Weight issues. Regular yoga participation can help a man to lose weight, which not only makes him feel and look better - it also gets his male hormone working up again. Men who are a healthy weight are also less likely to have blood pressure and cardiac issues, which again can have an impact on member function and health.

In addition, many yoga poses exercise parts of the body that can be of benefit to a man during coupling. For example, yoga can help provide flexibility in the pelvis, increase arm strength for greater upper body support during missionary and similar positions, and develop breathing in a way that promotes better stamina.

Of course, yoga alone cannot assist with manhood function or male organ health. It is sensible for a man to regularly use a top rated male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) just to keep his member is overall good shape. The best bet is to use a crème that contains both L-arginine and L-carnitine. The former is an amino acid that is part of the process by which nitric oxide is produced, which in turn keeps manhood blood vessels open and receptive for increased blood flow. The latter is a neuroprotective ingredient that protects an overused or aggressively-stroked member from suffering a diminishment of sensation.

The Best Solution for a Sore Manhood

September 13, 2017

Many men jump into bed with their eager partner and enjoy several hours of fun, but at the end of it, they are often red and sore. That sore manhood is often worn as a badge of pride, as it means a man has put his equipment to very good use. But if the male organ is always sore after a good bedroom session, it might mean that a guy should try something a little different. This key point of good male organ care is already well-known to many men, but some might need a little refresher.

How to avoid a sore manhood

When a man is enjoying coupling with a partner, there is a lot of friction going on. And that feels great! But after several hours of play, it might wind up costing a guy a bit of comfort - in fact, he might have an incredibly sore manhood. Besides that, the member skin might be red and irritated.

Though this might be a badge of pride, it pays to be careful about how often this happens. A man who is constantly dealing with a sore manhood might wind up with problems down the road, as his member skin suffers from the repeated irritation that comes from those wild nights. The result can be everything from loss of sensation to unnatural curvature of the male organ, thanks to the tiny traumas the member ensures during those sessions when not everything is smooth sailing.

But there is one very good tip for avoiding a sore manhood that has the added bonus of making the bedroom session even better: Engage in more mutual preparation!

Why is mutual preparation so important?

Entire books have been written about the importance of mutual preparation, but a lot of it boils down to a few key points. First, mutual preparation makes sense because both partners deserve to have a good time - and studies have shown that while a man might have a great time without much preparation, a woman needs much more time to get ready and raring to go. The more mutual preparation involved, the better time she is likely to have.

Secondly, it matters in terms of male organ health. A man who is engaging in way too much friction might feel great about that, but eventually the result is a sore manhood and even damage to the member skin. And if he feels this way, imagine how his partner must feel! It’s not a pleasant experience for either person involved.

Engaging in more mutual preparation doesn’t necessarily mean a man has to have a variety of unusual tricks up his sleeve. It might be as simple as taking more time to enjoy the usual beginning activities, such as kissing, touching and whispering sweet nothings to each other. Sure, a guy might employ more use of his hands and tongue to make a woman much happier, but all in all, mutual preparation is simply about what feels good to both partners - and gets them both hot and bothered enough to enjoy coupling without the painful friction that can result if things are too dry.

But sometimes, mutual preparation isn’t quite enough. That’s when a man should generously employ a high-quality lube. This benefits both partners, of course, and has the added bonus of ensuring that both partners are ready to go again for a morning quickie - because neither one of them are too sore to enjoy it!

And as always, a man must take care of his male organ health when he’s outside the bedroom. This includes the regular use of a good male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) on a daily basis. Look for a crème that contains soothing Shea butter and vitamin E; this one-two punch of hydration helps ensure that the member skin stays smooth and supple. A man should also look for a crème that contains vitamin C, D and B5, all beneficial for proper blood flow and overall male organ health.

Male Organ Injury Prevention Tips

September 13, 2017

It’s only common sense: A guy who is serious about good male organ care is going to want to avoid any male organ injury. When a manhood injury occurs, a guy can be out of commission, which is no fun - and a big injury or a series of small ones can even do long-term damage. Clearly, prevention is the way a man wants to go here. And with that in mind, the following practical tips should be helpful.

Tips

- Watch the angle. One hears cringe-inducing tales of a guy "breaking" his manhood, and while the terminology isn’t exactly correct - without an actual bone, the member can’t technically be "broken" - the term gets the general idea across. This most often occurs when the manhood is firm and it strikes up against something hard at the wrong angle. For example, a guy may misjudge his angle of penetration and thrust very hard into a female organ, only to come into swift contact with a pelvic bone. If he hears a "popping" sound, excruciating pain will follow almost immediately. So no matter how deeply "into it" a guy may be, he needs to make sure that his angle of thrust is on target.

- Wear a cup. No guy really likes to wear an athletic supporter, but they exist for a reason. They not only provide support so things don’t flop around too much, but they help protect a man’s favorite body part from fast-moving line drives and the like. Guys who play sports a lot definitely need to endure a little discomfort to prevent a serious male organ injury.

- Lube up. It can be awkward, when a man’s member is being stroked and rubbed by a maiden’s hand, to suggest that they add lubrication into the mix - but if she’s a bit too rough, a guy just has to man up and say it. And there’s no excuse for a guy not applying enough lubrication to his own hand while self-stimulating. Too much friction too often can lead to peripheral nerve damage and a loss of sensation in the manhood - something most guys really, really want to avoid.

- Be sensibly bare. There’s nothing wrong with being unclothed, but when in a natural state, be aware of any "dangers" that could come along. For example, if going to a clothing optional beach, be sure to apply sunscreen to that sensitive member skin. Even after sunscreen has been , don’t leave it hanging out in the strong sunshine for too long. And if at a clothing optional resort, be aware that male organ skin may be more susceptible to irritants and allergies - so keep the pollen off it, avoid letting it get nestled by long grass, etc. and definitely keep it away from anything resembling poison ivy!

- Beware of the zipper. Even guys who have been zipping their little buddy up for decades occasionally make a mistake and catch their member right in the zipper teeth. Anyone who has ever done this knows how painful it can be - so no matter how big a hurry a guy is in, he should take that extra moment when zipping up or down to make sure everything is out of the way.

Sometimes, despite a guy’s best prevention plans, male organ injury still occurs and manhood pain and soreness results. In many cases, that pain can be alleviated with the use of a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . The male organ skin is going to be impacted, so definitely select a crème with a combination of soothing moisturizers, such as vitamin E (a natural hydrator) and Shea butter (a special high-end emollient). Also, keep the skin as healthy as possible by being sure the crème also contains alpha lipoic acid. This potent antioxidant fights free radicals, which in turn can damage the skin through oxidative stress.

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