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Healthy Member Fun: Attending a Sensual Party

November 18, 2017

When a guy pays really good attention to his male organ health, he often sports a member that is truly something to be proud of. For many men, sharing that good looking healthy member with a steady partner or partners is all the reward he needs for his conscientious efforts. But some guys want others to witness the fruits of their labors and so may seek other avenues - such as a sensual party.

Of course, attending a sensual party has the potential to negatively affect male organ health, so guys need to be careful not to let all their good efforts fall by the wayside for one wild night. With that in mind, the following are some tips about having fun at a sensual party - with reminders about keeping that healthy member healthy.

Tips

Come prepared. Be a good boy scout and bring protection. Just as a guy doesn’t want to jeopardize his healthy member on a one-on-one date, he definitely wants to be prepared for what could be a multi-partner sensual experience. Of course, for many guys a sensual party may mean one partner and one seed release - but he should be prepared for more than that. Bringing along a number of barrier protections is recommended, even if he is told that rubbers will be provided. After all, the host’s protections may not be the proper size or fit, or he may not have stocked up enough on them.

Switch coverings with different partners. If a guy ends up having penetrative coupling with more than one partner, he ideally should use a new rubber with each partner. This doesn’t really have an impact on his male organ health, but it could help protect his partners. It is possible for the exterior of the rubber to pick up something (such as a yeast infection) and pass it on to the next partner - so changing is recommended.

Decide on personal boundaries in advance. At a sensual party where it is common to engage in simultaneous sensual activities with multiple partners, a man may be put asked to have sensual fun with someone with whom such activity might prove uncomfortable. For example, a straight man may at some point be asked to perform sensually with a bi or gay male, or a gay male may be asked to join in sensually with a woman. There’s nothing wrong with a person exploring or experimenting with a new sensual experience; but if there are boundaries he is not prepared to cross, a guy needs to know what they are and be prepared to politely decline any invitations that would cause him discomfort.

Manage expectations. Not every sensual party is an orgy, and not every guy gets to have the fun he wants at every party - especially when he is a newbie. Try to find out in advance what can reasonably be expected and what the ground rules are. And remember that even at a sensual party that seems very uninhibited, "no" still means "no."

Every sensual party experience is different, and they’re not always for everyone - even when a guy has a handsome, healthy member he wants to share with others. But guys that attend a sensual party should take a little extra care to present their member in the best light, which requires regular use of a top drawer male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Dry male organ skin is going to be a turn-off, so be sure the crème contains a combination of moisturizing ingredients, such as Shea butter and vitamin E. In addition, the manhood skin needs to be toned and healthy looking, so find a crème with both alpha lipoic acid and vitamin C, which keeps that skin looking beautifully healthy.

Tumescent Male Organ Pain: Priapism & Antipsychotic Medications

November 17, 2017

A tumescent member is one of the barometers by which a man measures his male organ health, as the frequency of a hard male organ and the firmness thereof are among the factors that determine organ health. And it goes without saying that a man desires a strong tumescence when he is ready to initiate sensual activity, whether with a partner or with himself.

And yet there is a situation in which a tumescent male organ, one caused by priapism, is not desirable - and in fact can be both painful and, ultimately, dangerous to a man’s male health. There are several things that can bring about priapism; one cause can be the use of antipsychotic medications.

About priapism

A man who has never suffered from priapism is likely to joke about it and say he wishes HE had a manhood that would stay strong and firm for hours on end. But men who have been through a bout of priapism know that it is no laughing matter. Often, the tumescence is intensely painful, creating a throbbing pain that can last for hours. Of even greater concern is that priapism can cause serious and permanent damage to the member.

Tumescence occurs when a man experiences exciting stimulation of some sort. When that stimulation occurs, a message is sent from the brain to the manhood to prepare for sensual action. The member responds by telling its blood vessels to take a breather - to expand so that more blood can rush in and fill up the member. As the spongy tissue absorbs the blood, the manhood engorges. When it has reached an appropriate level of firmness, the "floodgates" close, trapping the blood in the male organ so that it stays firm until after seed release (in most cases). When the activity is over, the excess blood is allowed to leave, and the manhood returns to normal.

But in the case of priapism, the blood remains trapped in the member, creating the persistent tumescent male organ. When the blood is kept trapped in the manhood, the oxygen can’t replenish itself, which can damage or totally destroy delicate male organ tissue. This can cause tumescence dysfunction; in some severe (and very rare) cases, it may require removal of dead tissue.

Antipsychotic medications

Antipsychotics are a class of tablets traditionally used in treating schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, but are sometimes used for other reasons, such as dementia, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, Tourette syndrome, and autism.

Many antipsychotics (as well as some other tablets) affect something called an alpha-1 receptor. The manhood has alpha-1 receptors, and it is believed that impairment of these receptors may create the situation in which male organ blood flow becomes entrapped.

Any man who experiences priapism - a tumescence lasting 4 or more hours - should contact his doctor immediately. If he is taking antipsychotics, that should be discussed as a possible cause, especially if he experiences lengthy and painful tumescence regularly, even if they do not last as long as four hours. Adjusting dosages or changing medications may be necessary to alleviate the problem.

A tumescent male organ is a wonderful thing, but priapism, whether due to antipsychotics or another cause, is not. When the priapism has been treated, soreness may remain, and use of a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) may provide some relief. A crème with soothing moisturizing agents like vitamin E and Shea butter can help alleviate soreness. It also helps if the crème has vitamin D, the "miracle vitamin" that can encourage overall health of man’s favorite organ.

A Healthy Male Organ Requires Proper Rubber Use

November 17, 2017

When a man is getting it on with a partner, he wants to perform at his best. But he also wants to ensure that he maintains a healthy male organ long after the encounter is over. The best way to assure this is to use a rubber, each and every time. But interestingly enough, many men aren’t sure how to go about using a rubber properly. For those who want to learn more about manhood care and protection, this primer can help. It’s also a great refresher for those who have been using rubbers for years but might have forgotten some key points about safety when using them.

Tip #1: Use it each and every time.

Though it might be tempting to get away without using a rubber ‘just once,’ that can be enough to leave a man with lifelong woes. A rubber protects the delicate manhood skin and keeps bodily fluids separate, which goes a long way toward protecting both partners from anything that might be lurking between them. And don’t just save the rubber for the moment of penetration; it should be worn anytime one person’s intimate equipment gets near another person’s body!

Tip #2: Store them properly.

Rubbers seem pretty tough, but there are some things that can very quickly reduce their effectiveness. They should be stored at a comfortable room temperature at all times, and never carried in such a way that would compress the package. For instance, keeping them in the drawer next to the bed is perfectly fine. But keeping them in a glove compartment, wallet or even the medicine cabinet in the bathroom is not a good idea.

Tip #3: Wear them correctly.

A member protection does no good if it doesn’t stay on. Ensuring a healthy male organ means understanding exactly how to use a rubber. The biggest point to remember is…well, the point. The end of the rubber should have a reservoir tip which allows a man to release seed into it without risking breaking the rubber with the pressure. A guy should pinch that reservoir tip closed to remove the air, then roll the rubber onto his manhood. He should make sure the rubber rolls as far down the manhood as possible without overstretching it.

Tip #4: Be careful with cremes.

Lubricants that aren’t designed for rubbers can quickly erode the material, leading to breakage at the worst possible moment. If using lubrication, look for a water-based creme that will not damage the latex. Lubricants that are oil-based can cause serious problems. To be certain, look for a lubricant that proclaims "rubber safe" on the packaging.

Tip #5: Remove it with care.

Removing the rubber is also important. To keep seed from spilling out, a man should hold onto the top of the rubber as the manhood becomes flaccid. As soon as it’s even a little soft, the rubber should slip off easily. Be sure to remove it while a distance away from the partner, so no spills get anywhere near. Dispose of it properly and then take a moment to wash the manhood, if possible - this prevents dryness from lubricants or spermicides that might linger on the skin.

Tip #6: Keep a healthy male organ

A healthy male organ depends on regular member protection, but it also depends on good member care outside of the bedroom. A man can achieve this high level of care with a good manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . This crème should contain Shea butter and vitamin E, two natural hydrators that can ease the dryness that is sometimes associated with rubber use. Other powerful ingredients, such as amino acids that fight free radicals and vitamins that stop odor, are also welcome in a great crème.

Small Member Fear: Unnecessary Worries about Shrinkage

November 16, 2017

As any man who has taken a dip in an icy cold lake can attest, there is such a thing as male organ shrinkage. But, aside from some "normal" shrinkage which may or may not come with age - the jury is still out on its prevalence - manhood shrinkage is typically short term, as in the case of swimming in icy cold water. Although having a small member in no way affects male organ health, some men can be so hung up on the size of their member that they may go to extremes in worrying about it.

This can lead to "koro," a situation in which a man worries that his big member is becoming smaller and smaller - and may shrink away altogether.

Koro

"Koro" comes from a Malaysian word meaning "the head of a turtle" and it’s an apt name. A turtle’s head does bear a certain resemblance to a manhood, and since turtles are known to withdraw their heads so they disappear into the shell, it’s easy to see why this name would apply to a fear that a guy’s member is shrinking away to nothing.

Examples of koro go back for centuries, at least to 300 BC. Usually, the shrinkage fear is extreme, with the belief not the man will have a small member, but that he will have no manhood whatsoever and that somehow his death will occur as a result.

It’s generally classified as a psychological disorder, and one which can inexplicably appear in groups of men at the same time, a form of mass hysteria. It is often associated with a belief that an outside force, such as witchcraft or a chemical secretly dispersed by an enemy, is behind it. Many psychologists posit that it may be related to instances in which a man (or group of men) are feeling disempowered by society or circumstance. There may also be an element of guilt involved, such as shame about self-gratifying.

Serious

While it may seem koro is nothing but an unfortunate delusion, it can have some drastic real world consequences. In one area in which a man claimed witches had made his manhood disappear, a group of missionaries were blamed and burned to death.

The hysterical nature of koro makes it seem all too real to those who suffer from it - and makes them feel genuinely panicked and in fear for their lives.

Shrinkage

There is absolutely no reason to believe that actual incidences of koro - that is, real manhood shrinkage leading to death - have ever occurred. But can real member shrinkage of a more modest kind occur?

Yes, in fact, although the frequency and severity of the shrinkage is generally not so severe. For example, if a man has Peyronie’s disease, which causes unnatural bending of the member, there may be a loss of some length. This is because the bending may restrict tissue stretching, making the organ a little shorter than it would otherwise be.

Similarly, when men have tumescence issues, it may be that their firm male organs are somewhat shorter. This can happen when the dysfunction does not prevent tumescence from happening but does impact how "full" the firmness is.

Also, when a man gains a considerable amount of weight in the belly area, he may appear to lose some length in the member. This is because the flab in his midsection covers up some of the base of the manhood.

Even if a man has a small member, due to some degree of shrinkage or just genetics, most men are capable of performing sensually, both for themselves and their partners. Whatever the size of the manhood, it’s always wise to use a first class male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to keep the member in good shape. A crème with L-arginine, an amino acid that helps produce nitric oxide, can play a role in maintaining manhood blood vessel health. And one with L carnitine is valuable for helping protect from loss of sensation in the organ.

Safe Coupling Equals a Healthy Manhood: Welcome to Online Fun!

November 15, 2017

Hey, let’s be honest: Men love to get it on. They especially like to get it on with a new, exciting partner. But in this day and age, there are plenty of things to worry about before a man jumps into bed, such as the worries about socially shared infections. How can a man just enjoy himself a bit without worrying about such things? That answer is simple: Online coupling! Not only is it the safest sensual fun out there, it’s also a boon to great member care.

Getting great coupling - virtually

Sometimes a man just wants to have a good time without the worries about socially shared infections, pregnancy, or even the complex emotions that go into a relationship that is moving from just casual to something more serious. The good news is that a man can turn to virtual coupling to get all the pleasure without any of the pressure.

Virtual sensual fun is exactly what it sounds like - coupling that happens in the virtual realm. This might include fun through chat, also known as cyber coupling. It might also include webcam play, where two partners can see each other doing naughty things over their private webcams but of course, never touch. It might also progress to things like phone fun, where the vocalizations of a new partner can be incredibly exciting. And those who want to get really creative can combine these fun options with a variety of sensual toys and implements that take their virtual game to a whole new level.

So how does a man go about finding a virtual partner?

There are many ways to find a virtual partner online. It might take a few days to find a good one, but they are out there! A guy can start with themed message boards that cater to those who just want to have a good time. He can also look at dating website, chat rooms dedicated to all things sensual, and webcam sites that allow strangers to hook up.

In many cases, it’s as simple as putting his request out there and seeing what happens. But in other cases, a man will have to talk to someone for a bit in order to make sure they’re a good fit. This is a great option for message boards, as it allows a man to be ‘on the prowl’ for a while before he finds a partner who will enjoy playing with him online.

There’s one caveat, however: As was revealed during the Ashley Madison debacle a few years ago, men who are seeking online enjoyment might well run into a "bot" - a virtual person on a virtual platform. Bots aren’t real and are usually trying to make money for someone behind the scenes. So if a man runs into someone who doesn’t appear to be the real deal, or ever mentions anything about money, credit cards and the like, steer clear!

It’s also important to remember that things are not always what they seem. A guy might think he’s getting involved with a pretty young woman when in reality, the person behind the screen is an older man who enjoys the thrill of duping someone. A webcam can help reduce this danger.

Keeping a handsome male organ for virtual fun

Speaking of webcams, a man might choose to get bare with a new partner online, so he should be prepared for showing off a handsome male organ to the greatest extent possible. In order to do this, he should reach for a daily member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Important ingredients include alpha lipoic acid to fight aging, Shea butter for softness and vitamin B5 for overall tissue health. Vitamin E can also help add a healthy sheen to the member, so he will show off the best healthy manhood possible when playing with a new virtual partner.

Itchy Member from Self-Pleasuring

November 15, 2017

It’s very hard to be cool and chill when an itchy member is demanding some attention and scratching. Unfortunately, the occasional itchy member is something all guys have to deal with - although simply by paying proper attention basic rules for male organ health and hygiene, most men can cut down significantly on the need to scratch. While most guys know about itchy member causes like eczema or scabies, a lot of men don’t realize that in some situations, that urge to itch can come about due to that perennial popular pastime known as self-pleasuring.

How can engaging in a little otherwise-harmless self-pleasuring bring about that itch in the manhood? There can be several ways, such as:

- Not using lubricant. Often, a guy will enjoy self-stimulation without the benefit of lubrication. If all that is involved is a quickie with a few strokes bringing an excited member quickly to seed release, that’s less likely to be a problem. But if the stroking continues for any real length of time, the lack of lubricant is likely to create a raw skin situation, which in turn can easily lead to itchiness in the aftermath.

- Using the wrong lubricant. So using a lubricant is a good idea - but for some guys, not all lubricants are created equal. Every person is made differently, and there are some men who may have an allergic reaction to a specific lubricant. So if a dude notices an intense itching or rashing after self-stimulating with a specific creme, he should try different ones to see if the itch is related to the chosen creme.

- Using a non-lubricant as a lubricant. Sometimes a man can be really anxious to self-gratify, but may not be able to get his hands on a typical lubricant - and may make do with something else at hand (e.g., shaving cream, dishwashing liquid, etc.). Delicate male organ skin may not respond well to a DIY lubricant, with an itchy member one possible result.

- Self-gratifying with dermatologically unsafe hands. When a guy is really excited, he may not be able to keep his hands off himself - even when he really should. Self-fondling if his hands are experiencing eczema or another dermatological reaction runs the risk of transferring the issue to the manhood - and creating a rashy, itchy situation.

- Not washing after self-pleasuring. Especially when self-stimulating in bed, some men neglect to wash away stray male seed. In some cases, this can lead to bacteria being attracted to the member, which can often lead to scratching.

- Self-gratifying near (or among) plants. For men who have pollen or other plant-based allergies, self-pleasuring near plants - even those of the indoor variety - can cause allergens to land upon the manhood, with predictable results.

- Neglecting to clean the mouse. It’s not unheard of for a man to self-stimulate while surfing the internet looking for appropriate visual stimulation. Often the hand that manipulates the mouse will then be used to touch his member - and if the mouse has not been cleaned, he runs the risk of bringing potential allergens or irritants from the mouse to the male organ.

Most of these self-pleasuring-related itchy member causes can be addressed through using the proper lubricant or practicing sensible hygiene. But when an itch does occur, it often pays to make use of a reliable male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . Since dry or damaged male organ skin often causes the itching, select a crème that can re-moisturize the member via hydrating agents like Shea butter and vitamin E. The crème should also include alpha lipoic acid, as this potent antioxidant can protect against free radical damage that weakens and mars manhood skin.

Avoiding a Sore Manhood from Electrostimulation

November 14, 2017

There’s no end of fun a man can have with his member, whether that fun is delivered by the man himself or by a partner. But many men have indulged in greatly pleasurable member games only to awaken the next day to a relentlessly sore manhood. This can be bad for overall male organ health, as well as to continued sensual pleasure, so avoiding a sore manhood is only common sense. And this applies even to relatively new areas of sensual exploration, such as electrostimulation - which definitely carries substantial risks with it.

About electrostimulation

Not everyone has heard of electrostimulation (sometimes known as e-stim), but it is an area of growing interest, especially among younger men. Basically, electrostimulation involves using a device to electrically stimulate the nerves of a part of the body - in this case, the manhood and/or sacks and/or posterior.

The idea behind electrostimulation is by no means new. As far back as he 1800s, "suspensory sacks" were used to create an electric jolt to the pelvis. But modern day electrostimulation came into its own in the 1970s, when TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) devices were created so doctors could help stimulate nerves for therapeutic purposes, often to help deal with chronic pain issues.

It was not long afterward that sensual device manufacturers realized electrical stimulation might be useful in enhancing sensual activities for some people. (This may have been inspired by the process of electronic seed release in animals. When seed is required from a male animal, an electrically stimulating rod is often placed in the posterior to stimulate the prostate to release seed.) For humans, often the electrostimulatory device will be in the form of a male organ substitute, posterior plug or male organ ring.

How it works

Although there are variations, typically sensual electrostimulation starts by applying an appropriate conducting gel to the area. When not using a device like a male organ substitute, an electrode is then set on top of the gelled area and secured in place. A wire leads from the electrode to the power source, which can be controlled to determine the amount of energy used and the duration. When using a modified sensual device, such as a male organ substitute, it may be attached to the power source or may have a wireless connection to it. In either case, the power source provides the "jolt" used to dampen pain processors and therefore significantly heighten the arousal experience. In most cases, seed release occurs more quickly (and for some, more intensely) with electrostimulation. Some men find that it allows for a "hands free" seed release experience.

Cautions

There can be significant risks associated with electrostimulation - especially if the stimulation occurs near the chest cavity, which can easily result in severe cardiac stress. In some cases, this can be fatal. Also, if used improperly there can be nerve or tissue damage.

Anyone exploring electrostimulation for sensual pleasure should do so with caution and an awareness of the risks. He also should not use any "homemade" or "DIY" devices, but only those which are safe and approved.

A sore manhood is one of the less worrisome possible outcomes of electrostimulation. To help reduce the chance of this, a man should:

- Follow the directions of any device he uses;

- Limit the amount of time he spends using a device;

- Never exceed the recommended level of electricity associated with the device;

- Discontinue use at the first sign of discomfort.

When a man has a sore manhood, due to electrostimulation or other reasons, using a top flight male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help. A crème with a potent combination of hydrators, such as vitamin E and Shea butter, can help provide soothing moisturization. If the crème also contains vitamin D, so much the better. This so-called "miracle vitamin" is proven to help support healthy cellular function.

Manhood Sensitivity & Diet: They Go Together

November 13, 2017

Manhood sensitivity is something most men simply take for granted. They know that when their manhood is touched and stroked (whether by a partner or by themselves), their body experiences the tremendous sensations that make sensual activity so exciting and enjoyable. Clearly, manhood sensitivity is crucial for a man’s sensual life and he will want to be sure he maintains excellent male organ health in order to help maintain a proper level of male organ sensation. And it may be that some surprising factors - such as diet - can have an impact in this area.

Manhood sensitivity

Why is the member so prone to extreme sensations anyway? For the same reason that any part of the body demonstrates a tendency to react to stimulation: nerves. The neural network runs throughout the body. Nerve endings are near the surface of the skin. They pick up stimulation - a touch on the arm, a kick in the pants, a stroking of the member - and send a signal back to the brain that something is going on. The brain sends a signal back so that a man turns around to the touch on the arm, yells "Ouch" to the kick in the pants, and sighs and moans at the stroking of the member.

The manhood tends to have many more nerve endings per square inch than other parts of the body. Because male organ skin is so thin (especially when the member is firm and the skin is stretched out), those nerve endings are more receptive to stimulation - thus the higher degree of manhood sensitivity compared to other parts of the body.

Because of that sensitivity and the pleasure it affords, men really like to have their manhood fondled. Sometimes, though, when a man is in pursuit of seed release through male organ stimulation, he may find himself in situations where the all-important friction is a little too much. Perhaps he is engaging in coupling without appropriate lubrication or he’s furiously self-pleasuring with a grip that is extremely tight. Short term, these activities produce the desired result - a tremendous seed release - but over time, they may "mute" the degree of sensitivity in the organ. When that happens, there’s a somewhat "deadened" sensation that can interfere with a guy’s sensual enjoyment.

Diet

So why should what a guy eats have any effect on how sensitive his manhood is? Basically because what we eat has an effect on all parts of our bodies and lives - including the member. Research has indicated that diets with vitamins B12 and E, as well as folate, help increase sensitivity all over. So if a man has reduced manhood sensitivity, he may want to up his intake of these nutrients.

What foods are good for vitamins B12 and E and folate? Lots of dairy products contain B12, as do many kinds of seafood - and liver is especially high in B12. Meanwhile, spinach is a winner for both folate and vitamin E. Folate is also found in many other green vegetables, as well as citrus fruits. And vitamin E is abundant in many nuts (almonds, peanuts, pine nuts) and oils (olive oil, wheat germ oil, etc.), as well as trout and salmon.

Meanwhile, avoiding fatty foods is good for manhood sensitivity. Cholesterol dampens nerve endings, so watch those high-fat foods, especially when eating red meat.

Diet can help maintain manhood sensitivity, but more help may be required. That’s where regularly using a first rate male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) comes in handy. Select a crème that contains L carnitine, an amino acid which has neuroprotective properties that can help restore loss of sensation. It also helps if the crème contains L-arginine, an ingredient which helps produce the nitric oxide that keeps manhood blood vessels open and flowing.

Tumescence Dysfunction and the Adult Videos Connection

November 13, 2017

Men love to have sensual time, and if a partner isn’t readily available, a man might just have a little solo play with himself. But in order to do that, many men turn to a virtual partner, the one they find on their computer screen or between the pages of an adult-themed magazine. In fact, taking matters into their own hands is well-known as part of excellent manhood care, and most men suffer no member problems at all from enjoying a little foray into adult videos from time to time.

But what about those men who suddenly realize they are having tumescence dysfunction issues with a partner? Then it’s time to take a longer look at what’s really going on. Here’s a look at what might be the real manhood problem.

Three potential problems with adult videos

First, it’s important to remember that overall, adult videos can be an excellent way to enjoy a little private time or even spice things up with a partner. When it’s embraced as a side dish - and not the main event - it can be a truly eye-opening, enjoyable part of any man’s sensual life.

But there are some downsides, too. Those downsides can lead to a man having a difficult time with getting excited, or with getting it up when he is excited, especially if all this happens with a partner in the room. Let’s delve a bit deeper into the issues:

1) The mental aspect. Some men can become highly accustomed to watching certain videos, touching themselves in a certain way, or having to think about one or two very specific things in order to get the equipment into proper working order. If that’s the case, it might be an indication that adult videos have changed his mental and emotional view of sensuality, and that he needs a particular visual stimulation - one he can’t get from a real-life partner who hasn’t been airbrushed! - to get off.

2) The physical aspect. A man who enjoys adult videos a little too much might notice that his manhood sensitivity is diminished when he’s with a partner. That might be because he chooses to self-gratify the same way each time. By doing so, he runs the risk of ‘deadening’ certain areas of his manhood because he always rubs on those particular spots. So when it’s time for a partner’s light touch, he can barely feel it - and that can make for an uncomfortable and disappointing situation for everyone.

3) The need for more stimulation. When a man watches videos he really loves or flips through a book that really gets him going, it usually works for a while. But eventually, he begins to crave a little something more. That means he might watch adult videos for longer each day, or he might spend more time looking through magazines. Eventually he finds what works for now, and then it works for a while - but soon he’s back to the song-and-dance of finding something new. This cycle can eventually damage his life, not just inside the bedroom, but outside of it as well.

So what are the solutions to these potential member problems brought on by adult videos? If a man notices that he is having trouble getting it up with a partner, or even getting it up for himself when he’s watching the same videos that used to work for him, it’s probably time for a little vacation from the screen. A few weeks away from watching videos or self-pleasuring can often ‘reset’ a man’s mind and body, resulting in more fun when he does ease back into things.

In the meantime, all that self-fondling has probably resulted in a sore manhood. The best remedy for that is rest and the use of a good manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . Soothing Shea butter and vitamin E can ease sore skin on contact, leaving the manhood much more comfortable. It can also provide lots of vitamins and nutrients that might help in the fight against tumescence dysfunction, such as L-arginine for better blood flow and vitamin B5 for healthier tissue.

That Strange Manhood Pain: The Lowdown on Blue Sacks

November 11, 2017

At some point in his life, every man will have an unfortunate case of blue sacks. It’s simply a fact of life that at some time, a man will get interrupted right before or right as he is doing the deed, and he won’t be able to finish, for whatever reason. As a result of that rude interruption, a man will suffer from the strange manhood pain that he can’t seem to remedy. What should he do? Is member care different in the wake of blue sacks? What are blue sacks, anyway? And is the condition dangerous? Here are the facts.

Fact #1: Blue sacks are a real thing.

Though some might say the manhood pain of blue sacks is actually all psychological, that’s not true. When a man gets excited, the body shunts plenty of blood to his male organ to allow it to get hard and ready for action. Once a man releases seed, that blood quickly flows out of the organ and he becomes soft again. However, when a man is interrupted in the middle of the act, the male organ doesn’t have that fast-release mechanism for blood. As a result, the blood stays in the member longer than it would otherwise, draining out slowly, and giving that strange manhood pain that often migrates lower, creating the ‘blue sacks’ effect.

Fact #2: Does having blue sacks do any damage in there?

Though it can feel as though the male organ and surrounding area is in really rough shape, the truth is that a case of blue sacks doesn’t have any lasting effects. Having blood in the area for longer than usual won’t cause even mild damage. There is one caveat, however: if a man has tumescence that lasts for four hours or more, that means the blood is not draining at all, and that could be a bad thing. At that point it’s time to go to the emergency room.

Other than this very clear emergency, blue sacks are just…blue sacks. It’s a strange male organ and sacks pain that will go away eventually on its own.

Fact #3: Does having blue sacks affect fertility?

Good news: Having blue sacks doesn’t affect the little swimmers. This myth might have come about because sometimes, especially for men whose male organ tends to become a darker hue during excitement, the sacks and even the base of the member might take on a bluish tinge during an episode of blue sacks. And as many know from watching one too many medical dramas on television, a blue tint to the skin usually means bad things!

But in this case, it just means there’s a lot of blood trapped in there that is taking its sweet time in getting out. It won’t affect a man’s fertility at all.

Fact #4: Sometimes a guy might have to wait it out.

For some men, having blue sacks means the end of their night of excitement. That’s because the occasional man won’t be able to spill seed after having blue sacks for a long period of time. His ability will come back, of course, but sometimes not for several hours. Scientists aren’t sure why this happens, but it’s speculated that the feeling of pressure in the male organ and surrounding area might make it more difficult for a man to feel the sensations he needs to get off. But no worries - a man is usually ready and raring to go again the next day with no problems!

When a guy is recovering from a case of blue sacks, it’s time to reach for a strong member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . A crème with nutrients that enhance blood flow, such as vitamins C and D, as well as L-arginine for opening up the blood vessels, is a good idea. And a crème that contains Shea butter and vitamin E can help him keep skin smooth, supple and ready for action the next time the opportunity rolls around.

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Healthy Member Fun: Attending a Sensual Party

November 18, 2017

When a guy pays really good attention to his male organ health, he often sports a member that is truly something to be proud of. For many men, sharing that good looking healthy member with a steady partner or partners is all the reward he needs for his conscientious efforts. But some guys want others to witness the fruits of their labors and so may seek other avenues - such as a sensual party.

Of course, attending a sensual party has the potential to negatively affect male organ health, so guys need to be careful not to let all their good efforts fall by the wayside for one wild night. With that in mind, the following are some tips about having fun at a sensual party - with reminders about keeping that healthy member healthy.

Tips

Come prepared. Be a good boy scout and bring protection. Just as a guy doesn’t want to jeopardize his healthy member on a one-on-one date, he definitely wants to be prepared for what could be a multi-partner sensual experience. Of course, for many guys a sensual party may mean one partner and one seed release - but he should be prepared for more than that. Bringing along a number of barrier protections is recommended, even if he is told that rubbers will be provided. After all, the host’s protections may not be the proper size or fit, or he may not have stocked up enough on them.

Switch coverings with different partners. If a guy ends up having penetrative coupling with more than one partner, he ideally should use a new rubber with each partner. This doesn’t really have an impact on his male organ health, but it could help protect his partners. It is possible for the exterior of the rubber to pick up something (such as a yeast infection) and pass it on to the next partner - so changing is recommended.

Decide on personal boundaries in advance. At a sensual party where it is common to engage in simultaneous sensual activities with multiple partners, a man may be put asked to have sensual fun with someone with whom such activity might prove uncomfortable. For example, a straight man may at some point be asked to perform sensually with a bi or gay male, or a gay male may be asked to join in sensually with a woman. There’s nothing wrong with a person exploring or experimenting with a new sensual experience; but if there are boundaries he is not prepared to cross, a guy needs to know what they are and be prepared to politely decline any invitations that would cause him discomfort.

Manage expectations. Not every sensual party is an orgy, and not every guy gets to have the fun he wants at every party - especially when he is a newbie. Try to find out in advance what can reasonably be expected and what the ground rules are. And remember that even at a sensual party that seems very uninhibited, "no" still means "no."

Every sensual party experience is different, and they’re not always for everyone - even when a guy has a handsome, healthy member he wants to share with others. But guys that attend a sensual party should take a little extra care to present their member in the best light, which requires regular use of a top drawer male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Dry male organ skin is going to be a turn-off, so be sure the crème contains a combination of moisturizing ingredients, such as Shea butter and vitamin E. In addition, the manhood skin needs to be toned and healthy looking, so find a crème with both alpha lipoic acid and vitamin C, which keeps that skin looking beautifully healthy.

Tumescent Male Organ Pain: Priapism & Antipsychotic Medications

November 17, 2017

A tumescent member is one of the barometers by which a man measures his male organ health, as the frequency of a hard male organ and the firmness thereof are among the factors that determine organ health. And it goes without saying that a man desires a strong tumescence when he is ready to initiate sensual activity, whether with a partner or with himself.

And yet there is a situation in which a tumescent male organ, one caused by priapism, is not desirable - and in fact can be both painful and, ultimately, dangerous to a man’s male health. There are several things that can bring about priapism; one cause can be the use of antipsychotic medications.

About priapism

A man who has never suffered from priapism is likely to joke about it and say he wishes HE had a manhood that would stay strong and firm for hours on end. But men who have been through a bout of priapism know that it is no laughing matter. Often, the tumescence is intensely painful, creating a throbbing pain that can last for hours. Of even greater concern is that priapism can cause serious and permanent damage to the member.

Tumescence occurs when a man experiences exciting stimulation of some sort. When that stimulation occurs, a message is sent from the brain to the manhood to prepare for sensual action. The member responds by telling its blood vessels to take a breather - to expand so that more blood can rush in and fill up the member. As the spongy tissue absorbs the blood, the manhood engorges. When it has reached an appropriate level of firmness, the "floodgates" close, trapping the blood in the male organ so that it stays firm until after seed release (in most cases). When the activity is over, the excess blood is allowed to leave, and the manhood returns to normal.

But in the case of priapism, the blood remains trapped in the member, creating the persistent tumescent male organ. When the blood is kept trapped in the manhood, the oxygen can’t replenish itself, which can damage or totally destroy delicate male organ tissue. This can cause tumescence dysfunction; in some severe (and very rare) cases, it may require removal of dead tissue.

Antipsychotic medications

Antipsychotics are a class of tablets traditionally used in treating schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, but are sometimes used for other reasons, such as dementia, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, Tourette syndrome, and autism.

Many antipsychotics (as well as some other tablets) affect something called an alpha-1 receptor. The manhood has alpha-1 receptors, and it is believed that impairment of these receptors may create the situation in which male organ blood flow becomes entrapped.

Any man who experiences priapism - a tumescence lasting 4 or more hours - should contact his doctor immediately. If he is taking antipsychotics, that should be discussed as a possible cause, especially if he experiences lengthy and painful tumescence regularly, even if they do not last as long as four hours. Adjusting dosages or changing medications may be necessary to alleviate the problem.

A tumescent male organ is a wonderful thing, but priapism, whether due to antipsychotics or another cause, is not. When the priapism has been treated, soreness may remain, and use of a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) may provide some relief. A crème with soothing moisturizing agents like vitamin E and Shea butter can help alleviate soreness. It also helps if the crème has vitamin D, the "miracle vitamin" that can encourage overall health of man’s favorite organ.

A Healthy Male Organ Requires Proper Rubber Use

November 17, 2017

When a man is getting it on with a partner, he wants to perform at his best. But he also wants to ensure that he maintains a healthy male organ long after the encounter is over. The best way to assure this is to use a rubber, each and every time. But interestingly enough, many men aren’t sure how to go about using a rubber properly. For those who want to learn more about manhood care and protection, this primer can help. It’s also a great refresher for those who have been using rubbers for years but might have forgotten some key points about safety when using them.

Tip #1: Use it each and every time.

Though it might be tempting to get away without using a rubber ‘just once,’ that can be enough to leave a man with lifelong woes. A rubber protects the delicate manhood skin and keeps bodily fluids separate, which goes a long way toward protecting both partners from anything that might be lurking between them. And don’t just save the rubber for the moment of penetration; it should be worn anytime one person’s intimate equipment gets near another person’s body!

Tip #2: Store them properly.

Rubbers seem pretty tough, but there are some things that can very quickly reduce their effectiveness. They should be stored at a comfortable room temperature at all times, and never carried in such a way that would compress the package. For instance, keeping them in the drawer next to the bed is perfectly fine. But keeping them in a glove compartment, wallet or even the medicine cabinet in the bathroom is not a good idea.

Tip #3: Wear them correctly.

A member protection does no good if it doesn’t stay on. Ensuring a healthy male organ means understanding exactly how to use a rubber. The biggest point to remember is…well, the point. The end of the rubber should have a reservoir tip which allows a man to release seed into it without risking breaking the rubber with the pressure. A guy should pinch that reservoir tip closed to remove the air, then roll the rubber onto his manhood. He should make sure the rubber rolls as far down the manhood as possible without overstretching it.

Tip #4: Be careful with cremes.

Lubricants that aren’t designed for rubbers can quickly erode the material, leading to breakage at the worst possible moment. If using lubrication, look for a water-based creme that will not damage the latex. Lubricants that are oil-based can cause serious problems. To be certain, look for a lubricant that proclaims "rubber safe" on the packaging.

Tip #5: Remove it with care.

Removing the rubber is also important. To keep seed from spilling out, a man should hold onto the top of the rubber as the manhood becomes flaccid. As soon as it’s even a little soft, the rubber should slip off easily. Be sure to remove it while a distance away from the partner, so no spills get anywhere near. Dispose of it properly and then take a moment to wash the manhood, if possible - this prevents dryness from lubricants or spermicides that might linger on the skin.

Tip #6: Keep a healthy male organ

A healthy male organ depends on regular member protection, but it also depends on good member care outside of the bedroom. A man can achieve this high level of care with a good manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . This crème should contain Shea butter and vitamin E, two natural hydrators that can ease the dryness that is sometimes associated with rubber use. Other powerful ingredients, such as amino acids that fight free radicals and vitamins that stop odor, are also welcome in a great crème.

Small Member Fear: Unnecessary Worries about Shrinkage

November 16, 2017

As any man who has taken a dip in an icy cold lake can attest, there is such a thing as male organ shrinkage. But, aside from some "normal" shrinkage which may or may not come with age - the jury is still out on its prevalence - manhood shrinkage is typically short term, as in the case of swimming in icy cold water. Although having a small member in no way affects male organ health, some men can be so hung up on the size of their member that they may go to extremes in worrying about it.

This can lead to "koro," a situation in which a man worries that his big member is becoming smaller and smaller - and may shrink away altogether.

Koro

"Koro" comes from a Malaysian word meaning "the head of a turtle" and it’s an apt name. A turtle’s head does bear a certain resemblance to a manhood, and since turtles are known to withdraw their heads so they disappear into the shell, it’s easy to see why this name would apply to a fear that a guy’s member is shrinking away to nothing.

Examples of koro go back for centuries, at least to 300 BC. Usually, the shrinkage fear is extreme, with the belief not the man will have a small member, but that he will have no manhood whatsoever and that somehow his death will occur as a result.

It’s generally classified as a psychological disorder, and one which can inexplicably appear in groups of men at the same time, a form of mass hysteria. It is often associated with a belief that an outside force, such as witchcraft or a chemical secretly dispersed by an enemy, is behind it. Many psychologists posit that it may be related to instances in which a man (or group of men) are feeling disempowered by society or circumstance. There may also be an element of guilt involved, such as shame about self-gratifying.

Serious

While it may seem koro is nothing but an unfortunate delusion, it can have some drastic real world consequences. In one area in which a man claimed witches had made his manhood disappear, a group of missionaries were blamed and burned to death.

The hysterical nature of koro makes it seem all too real to those who suffer from it - and makes them feel genuinely panicked and in fear for their lives.

Shrinkage

There is absolutely no reason to believe that actual incidences of koro - that is, real manhood shrinkage leading to death - have ever occurred. But can real member shrinkage of a more modest kind occur?

Yes, in fact, although the frequency and severity of the shrinkage is generally not so severe. For example, if a man has Peyronie’s disease, which causes unnatural bending of the member, there may be a loss of some length. This is because the bending may restrict tissue stretching, making the organ a little shorter than it would otherwise be.

Similarly, when men have tumescence issues, it may be that their firm male organs are somewhat shorter. This can happen when the dysfunction does not prevent tumescence from happening but does impact how "full" the firmness is.

Also, when a man gains a considerable amount of weight in the belly area, he may appear to lose some length in the member. This is because the flab in his midsection covers up some of the base of the manhood.

Even if a man has a small member, due to some degree of shrinkage or just genetics, most men are capable of performing sensually, both for themselves and their partners. Whatever the size of the manhood, it’s always wise to use a first class male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to keep the member in good shape. A crème with L-arginine, an amino acid that helps produce nitric oxide, can play a role in maintaining manhood blood vessel health. And one with L carnitine is valuable for helping protect from loss of sensation in the organ.

Safe Coupling Equals a Healthy Manhood: Welcome to Online Fun!

November 15, 2017

Hey, let’s be honest: Men love to get it on. They especially like to get it on with a new, exciting partner. But in this day and age, there are plenty of things to worry about before a man jumps into bed, such as the worries about socially shared infections. How can a man just enjoy himself a bit without worrying about such things? That answer is simple: Online coupling! Not only is it the safest sensual fun out there, it’s also a boon to great member care.

Getting great coupling - virtually

Sometimes a man just wants to have a good time without the worries about socially shared infections, pregnancy, or even the complex emotions that go into a relationship that is moving from just casual to something more serious. The good news is that a man can turn to virtual coupling to get all the pleasure without any of the pressure.

Virtual sensual fun is exactly what it sounds like - coupling that happens in the virtual realm. This might include fun through chat, also known as cyber coupling. It might also include webcam play, where two partners can see each other doing naughty things over their private webcams but of course, never touch. It might also progress to things like phone fun, where the vocalizations of a new partner can be incredibly exciting. And those who want to get really creative can combine these fun options with a variety of sensual toys and implements that take their virtual game to a whole new level.

So how does a man go about finding a virtual partner?

There are many ways to find a virtual partner online. It might take a few days to find a good one, but they are out there! A guy can start with themed message boards that cater to those who just want to have a good time. He can also look at dating website, chat rooms dedicated to all things sensual, and webcam sites that allow strangers to hook up.

In many cases, it’s as simple as putting his request out there and seeing what happens. But in other cases, a man will have to talk to someone for a bit in order to make sure they’re a good fit. This is a great option for message boards, as it allows a man to be ‘on the prowl’ for a while before he finds a partner who will enjoy playing with him online.

There’s one caveat, however: As was revealed during the Ashley Madison debacle a few years ago, men who are seeking online enjoyment might well run into a "bot" - a virtual person on a virtual platform. Bots aren’t real and are usually trying to make money for someone behind the scenes. So if a man runs into someone who doesn’t appear to be the real deal, or ever mentions anything about money, credit cards and the like, steer clear!

It’s also important to remember that things are not always what they seem. A guy might think he’s getting involved with a pretty young woman when in reality, the person behind the screen is an older man who enjoys the thrill of duping someone. A webcam can help reduce this danger.

Keeping a handsome male organ for virtual fun

Speaking of webcams, a man might choose to get bare with a new partner online, so he should be prepared for showing off a handsome male organ to the greatest extent possible. In order to do this, he should reach for a daily member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Important ingredients include alpha lipoic acid to fight aging, Shea butter for softness and vitamin B5 for overall tissue health. Vitamin E can also help add a healthy sheen to the member, so he will show off the best healthy manhood possible when playing with a new virtual partner.

Itchy Member from Self-Pleasuring

November 15, 2017

It’s very hard to be cool and chill when an itchy member is demanding some attention and scratching. Unfortunately, the occasional itchy member is something all guys have to deal with - although simply by paying proper attention basic rules for male organ health and hygiene, most men can cut down significantly on the need to scratch. While most guys know about itchy member causes like eczema or scabies, a lot of men don’t realize that in some situations, that urge to itch can come about due to that perennial popular pastime known as self-pleasuring.

How can engaging in a little otherwise-harmless self-pleasuring bring about that itch in the manhood? There can be several ways, such as:

- Not using lubricant. Often, a guy will enjoy self-stimulation without the benefit of lubrication. If all that is involved is a quickie with a few strokes bringing an excited member quickly to seed release, that’s less likely to be a problem. But if the stroking continues for any real length of time, the lack of lubricant is likely to create a raw skin situation, which in turn can easily lead to itchiness in the aftermath.

- Using the wrong lubricant. So using a lubricant is a good idea - but for some guys, not all lubricants are created equal. Every person is made differently, and there are some men who may have an allergic reaction to a specific lubricant. So if a dude notices an intense itching or rashing after self-stimulating with a specific creme, he should try different ones to see if the itch is related to the chosen creme.

- Using a non-lubricant as a lubricant. Sometimes a man can be really anxious to self-gratify, but may not be able to get his hands on a typical lubricant - and may make do with something else at hand (e.g., shaving cream, dishwashing liquid, etc.). Delicate male organ skin may not respond well to a DIY lubricant, with an itchy member one possible result.

- Self-gratifying with dermatologically unsafe hands. When a guy is really excited, he may not be able to keep his hands off himself - even when he really should. Self-fondling if his hands are experiencing eczema or another dermatological reaction runs the risk of transferring the issue to the manhood - and creating a rashy, itchy situation.

- Not washing after self-pleasuring. Especially when self-stimulating in bed, some men neglect to wash away stray male seed. In some cases, this can lead to bacteria being attracted to the member, which can often lead to scratching.

- Self-gratifying near (or among) plants. For men who have pollen or other plant-based allergies, self-pleasuring near plants - even those of the indoor variety - can cause allergens to land upon the manhood, with predictable results.

- Neglecting to clean the mouse. It’s not unheard of for a man to self-stimulate while surfing the internet looking for appropriate visual stimulation. Often the hand that manipulates the mouse will then be used to touch his member - and if the mouse has not been cleaned, he runs the risk of bringing potential allergens or irritants from the mouse to the male organ.

Most of these self-pleasuring-related itchy member causes can be addressed through using the proper lubricant or practicing sensible hygiene. But when an itch does occur, it often pays to make use of a reliable male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . Since dry or damaged male organ skin often causes the itching, select a crème that can re-moisturize the member via hydrating agents like Shea butter and vitamin E. The crème should also include alpha lipoic acid, as this potent antioxidant can protect against free radical damage that weakens and mars manhood skin.

Avoiding a Sore Manhood from Electrostimulation

November 14, 2017

There’s no end of fun a man can have with his member, whether that fun is delivered by the man himself or by a partner. But many men have indulged in greatly pleasurable member games only to awaken the next day to a relentlessly sore manhood. This can be bad for overall male organ health, as well as to continued sensual pleasure, so avoiding a sore manhood is only common sense. And this applies even to relatively new areas of sensual exploration, such as electrostimulation - which definitely carries substantial risks with it.

About electrostimulation

Not everyone has heard of electrostimulation (sometimes known as e-stim), but it is an area of growing interest, especially among younger men. Basically, electrostimulation involves using a device to electrically stimulate the nerves of a part of the body - in this case, the manhood and/or sacks and/or posterior.

The idea behind electrostimulation is by no means new. As far back as he 1800s, "suspensory sacks" were used to create an electric jolt to the pelvis. But modern day electrostimulation came into its own in the 1970s, when TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) devices were created so doctors could help stimulate nerves for therapeutic purposes, often to help deal with chronic pain issues.

It was not long afterward that sensual device manufacturers realized electrical stimulation might be useful in enhancing sensual activities for some people. (This may have been inspired by the process of electronic seed release in animals. When seed is required from a male animal, an electrically stimulating rod is often placed in the posterior to stimulate the prostate to release seed.) For humans, often the electrostimulatory device will be in the form of a male organ substitute, posterior plug or male organ ring.

How it works

Although there are variations, typically sensual electrostimulation starts by applying an appropriate conducting gel to the area. When not using a device like a male organ substitute, an electrode is then set on top of the gelled area and secured in place. A wire leads from the electrode to the power source, which can be controlled to determine the amount of energy used and the duration. When using a modified sensual device, such as a male organ substitute, it may be attached to the power source or may have a wireless connection to it. In either case, the power source provides the "jolt" used to dampen pain processors and therefore significantly heighten the arousal experience. In most cases, seed release occurs more quickly (and for some, more intensely) with electrostimulation. Some men find that it allows for a "hands free" seed release experience.

Cautions

There can be significant risks associated with electrostimulation - especially if the stimulation occurs near the chest cavity, which can easily result in severe cardiac stress. In some cases, this can be fatal. Also, if used improperly there can be nerve or tissue damage.

Anyone exploring electrostimulation for sensual pleasure should do so with caution and an awareness of the risks. He also should not use any "homemade" or "DIY" devices, but only those which are safe and approved.

A sore manhood is one of the less worrisome possible outcomes of electrostimulation. To help reduce the chance of this, a man should:

- Follow the directions of any device he uses;

- Limit the amount of time he spends using a device;

- Never exceed the recommended level of electricity associated with the device;

- Discontinue use at the first sign of discomfort.

When a man has a sore manhood, due to electrostimulation or other reasons, using a top flight male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help. A crème with a potent combination of hydrators, such as vitamin E and Shea butter, can help provide soothing moisturization. If the crème also contains vitamin D, so much the better. This so-called "miracle vitamin" is proven to help support healthy cellular function.

Manhood Sensitivity & Diet: They Go Together

November 13, 2017

Manhood sensitivity is something most men simply take for granted. They know that when their manhood is touched and stroked (whether by a partner or by themselves), their body experiences the tremendous sensations that make sensual activity so exciting and enjoyable. Clearly, manhood sensitivity is crucial for a man’s sensual life and he will want to be sure he maintains excellent male organ health in order to help maintain a proper level of male organ sensation. And it may be that some surprising factors - such as diet - can have an impact in this area.

Manhood sensitivity

Why is the member so prone to extreme sensations anyway? For the same reason that any part of the body demonstrates a tendency to react to stimulation: nerves. The neural network runs throughout the body. Nerve endings are near the surface of the skin. They pick up stimulation - a touch on the arm, a kick in the pants, a stroking of the member - and send a signal back to the brain that something is going on. The brain sends a signal back so that a man turns around to the touch on the arm, yells "Ouch" to the kick in the pants, and sighs and moans at the stroking of the member.

The manhood tends to have many more nerve endings per square inch than other parts of the body. Because male organ skin is so thin (especially when the member is firm and the skin is stretched out), those nerve endings are more receptive to stimulation - thus the higher degree of manhood sensitivity compared to other parts of the body.

Because of that sensitivity and the pleasure it affords, men really like to have their manhood fondled. Sometimes, though, when a man is in pursuit of seed release through male organ stimulation, he may find himself in situations where the all-important friction is a little too much. Perhaps he is engaging in coupling without appropriate lubrication or he’s furiously self-pleasuring with a grip that is extremely tight. Short term, these activities produce the desired result - a tremendous seed release - but over time, they may "mute" the degree of sensitivity in the organ. When that happens, there’s a somewhat "deadened" sensation that can interfere with a guy’s sensual enjoyment.

Diet

So why should what a guy eats have any effect on how sensitive his manhood is? Basically because what we eat has an effect on all parts of our bodies and lives - including the member. Research has indicated that diets with vitamins B12 and E, as well as folate, help increase sensitivity all over. So if a man has reduced manhood sensitivity, he may want to up his intake of these nutrients.

What foods are good for vitamins B12 and E and folate? Lots of dairy products contain B12, as do many kinds of seafood - and liver is especially high in B12. Meanwhile, spinach is a winner for both folate and vitamin E. Folate is also found in many other green vegetables, as well as citrus fruits. And vitamin E is abundant in many nuts (almonds, peanuts, pine nuts) and oils (olive oil, wheat germ oil, etc.), as well as trout and salmon.

Meanwhile, avoiding fatty foods is good for manhood sensitivity. Cholesterol dampens nerve endings, so watch those high-fat foods, especially when eating red meat.

Diet can help maintain manhood sensitivity, but more help may be required. That’s where regularly using a first rate male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) comes in handy. Select a crème that contains L carnitine, an amino acid which has neuroprotective properties that can help restore loss of sensation. It also helps if the crème contains L-arginine, an ingredient which helps produce the nitric oxide that keeps manhood blood vessels open and flowing.

Tumescence Dysfunction and the Adult Videos Connection

November 13, 2017

Men love to have sensual time, and if a partner isn’t readily available, a man might just have a little solo play with himself. But in order to do that, many men turn to a virtual partner, the one they find on their computer screen or between the pages of an adult-themed magazine. In fact, taking matters into their own hands is well-known as part of excellent manhood care, and most men suffer no member problems at all from enjoying a little foray into adult videos from time to time.

But what about those men who suddenly realize they are having tumescence dysfunction issues with a partner? Then it’s time to take a longer look at what’s really going on. Here’s a look at what might be the real manhood problem.

Three potential problems with adult videos

First, it’s important to remember that overall, adult videos can be an excellent way to enjoy a little private time or even spice things up with a partner. When it’s embraced as a side dish - and not the main event - it can be a truly eye-opening, enjoyable part of any man’s sensual life.

But there are some downsides, too. Those downsides can lead to a man having a difficult time with getting excited, or with getting it up when he is excited, especially if all this happens with a partner in the room. Let’s delve a bit deeper into the issues:

1) The mental aspect. Some men can become highly accustomed to watching certain videos, touching themselves in a certain way, or having to think about one or two very specific things in order to get the equipment into proper working order. If that’s the case, it might be an indication that adult videos have changed his mental and emotional view of sensuality, and that he needs a particular visual stimulation - one he can’t get from a real-life partner who hasn’t been airbrushed! - to get off.

2) The physical aspect. A man who enjoys adult videos a little too much might notice that his manhood sensitivity is diminished when he’s with a partner. That might be because he chooses to self-gratify the same way each time. By doing so, he runs the risk of ‘deadening’ certain areas of his manhood because he always rubs on those particular spots. So when it’s time for a partner’s light touch, he can barely feel it - and that can make for an uncomfortable and disappointing situation for everyone.

3) The need for more stimulation. When a man watches videos he really loves or flips through a book that really gets him going, it usually works for a while. But eventually, he begins to crave a little something more. That means he might watch adult videos for longer each day, or he might spend more time looking through magazines. Eventually he finds what works for now, and then it works for a while - but soon he’s back to the song-and-dance of finding something new. This cycle can eventually damage his life, not just inside the bedroom, but outside of it as well.

So what are the solutions to these potential member problems brought on by adult videos? If a man notices that he is having trouble getting it up with a partner, or even getting it up for himself when he’s watching the same videos that used to work for him, it’s probably time for a little vacation from the screen. A few weeks away from watching videos or self-pleasuring can often ‘reset’ a man’s mind and body, resulting in more fun when he does ease back into things.

In the meantime, all that self-fondling has probably resulted in a sore manhood. The best remedy for that is rest and the use of a good manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . Soothing Shea butter and vitamin E can ease sore skin on contact, leaving the manhood much more comfortable. It can also provide lots of vitamins and nutrients that might help in the fight against tumescence dysfunction, such as L-arginine for better blood flow and vitamin B5 for healthier tissue.

That Strange Manhood Pain: The Lowdown on Blue Sacks

November 11, 2017

At some point in his life, every man will have an unfortunate case of blue sacks. It’s simply a fact of life that at some time, a man will get interrupted right before or right as he is doing the deed, and he won’t be able to finish, for whatever reason. As a result of that rude interruption, a man will suffer from the strange manhood pain that he can’t seem to remedy. What should he do? Is member care different in the wake of blue sacks? What are blue sacks, anyway? And is the condition dangerous? Here are the facts.

Fact #1: Blue sacks are a real thing.

Though some might say the manhood pain of blue sacks is actually all psychological, that’s not true. When a man gets excited, the body shunts plenty of blood to his male organ to allow it to get hard and ready for action. Once a man releases seed, that blood quickly flows out of the organ and he becomes soft again. However, when a man is interrupted in the middle of the act, the male organ doesn’t have that fast-release mechanism for blood. As a result, the blood stays in the member longer than it would otherwise, draining out slowly, and giving that strange manhood pain that often migrates lower, creating the ‘blue sacks’ effect.

Fact #2: Does having blue sacks do any damage in there?

Though it can feel as though the male organ and surrounding area is in really rough shape, the truth is that a case of blue sacks doesn’t have any lasting effects. Having blood in the area for longer than usual won’t cause even mild damage. There is one caveat, however: if a man has tumescence that lasts for four hours or more, that means the blood is not draining at all, and that could be a bad thing. At that point it’s time to go to the emergency room.

Other than this very clear emergency, blue sacks are just…blue sacks. It’s a strange male organ and sacks pain that will go away eventually on its own.

Fact #3: Does having blue sacks affect fertility?

Good news: Having blue sacks doesn’t affect the little swimmers. This myth might have come about because sometimes, especially for men whose male organ tends to become a darker hue during excitement, the sacks and even the base of the member might take on a bluish tinge during an episode of blue sacks. And as many know from watching one too many medical dramas on television, a blue tint to the skin usually means bad things!

But in this case, it just means there’s a lot of blood trapped in there that is taking its sweet time in getting out. It won’t affect a man’s fertility at all.

Fact #4: Sometimes a guy might have to wait it out.

For some men, having blue sacks means the end of their night of excitement. That’s because the occasional man won’t be able to spill seed after having blue sacks for a long period of time. His ability will come back, of course, but sometimes not for several hours. Scientists aren’t sure why this happens, but it’s speculated that the feeling of pressure in the male organ and surrounding area might make it more difficult for a man to feel the sensations he needs to get off. But no worries - a man is usually ready and raring to go again the next day with no problems!

When a guy is recovering from a case of blue sacks, it’s time to reach for a strong member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . A crème with nutrients that enhance blood flow, such as vitamins C and D, as well as L-arginine for opening up the blood vessels, is a good idea. And a crème that contains Shea butter and vitamin E can help him keep skin smooth, supple and ready for action the next time the opportunity rolls around.

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