Performance problems are not just a consequence of aging; there are many factors that affect a man’s reproductive function. The good news is that many of these factors concern men’s personal choices about their health and lifestyle, and therefore, men can choose to make changes that can help to overcome male dysfunction. Taking on this frustrating problem starts with understanding the underlying issues, as well as what men can do to improve their own reproductive health.
All humans, male and female, have hair all over their bodies, with the exception of the palms of the hands and the soles of their feet. Aside from the hair on the head and the pelvic region, most of this hair is relatively light and downy, and in many cases, it is barely visible unless viewed in the light from certain angles. On the other hand, a substantial number of individuals have thicker, coarser hair that grows on the back, arms, legs, and other parts of the body where it is not always seen as desirable.
An itchy male organ is a common problem. After a sweaty day on the job, or after using a new lubricant or shampoo on the old Johnson, a man can find himself furtively pulling at his shorts and trying to sneak in a good scratch to relieve the nagging trouser itch. A good shower and a soothing moisturizer can help in cases where personal hygiene is an issue, and most instances of male organ itching are not even worth a second thought. But men who have ongoing problems with itching and irritation may need to consider the possibility that there is an underlying health issue.
The word "tingle" is often used to describe a very mild pain sensation that seems to come and go. It's a bit like a tickle, but it's just a little sharper and a tad harder to ignore. Tingles like this are uncomfortable when they strike anywhere on the human body, but they're particularly unwelcome when they light up the intimate tissues a man hides in his underwear. Male organ tingles like this just seem wrong, and they can make a man desperate for some kind of male organ care solution. Thankfully, there are a number of options that could provide relief.
Although it is not on the list of standard self-pleasuring techniques, many a man has experimented with the unique pleasure that comes with plant penetration – using a fruit or gourd as a substitute for a live partner. However, as with so many experimental activities, each man needs to decide for himself if the unique experience is worth the possible male organ pain. Those who opt to envelop their manhood in the luscious, juicy flesh of a watermelon or pumpkin should be prepared afterward to expand their regular male organ care a little beyond the usual.
By the time a guy has reached adulthood, a variety of bumps and bruises have been experienced. From bruised hands, knees or elbows, to a bruised ego – and everything in between. One type of bruising that many men may not have experienced – and certainly hope to avoid – is male organ bruising. Luckily, for the average, non-stunt double man, the twigs and berries are relatively protected from accidental contact and hopefully further protected by an athletic cup during activities that put it at a higher risk for injury.
Low male organ sensitivity can make a man feel like his vital parts are wrapped in cotton. Little touches pass by unnoticed, and even a creative partner wielding feathers, ice cubes and whipped cream can't seem to get the party started. Sometimes, the problem begins with the male skin itself, and proper male organ care can soothe that distress. But sometimes, low sensitivity in vital areas is a sign of a more serious problem, such as a herniated disk.
Every red-blooded male is proud of his hard, red manhood, but not every man thinks about just how his member gets so red. The fact is the healthy glow of a healthy manhood is all a result of a thunderous flow of blood to the organ. Comprehensive knowledge of good reproductive health includes understanding the vital role that blood circulation has in keeping a manhood in peak condition.
We all know stress can ruin our love lives, from lowering our sex drive to changing the way we our perceive your relationship. But sometimes, it's not so easy to tell we're under stress. So how can you tell? Here are some physical signs you and your partner need to watch out for.
Have you put yourself at the top of your TO DO list? Chances are if you are a busy woman you may have skipped that item. If you’re reading this article, then you’re worn out, frustrated or simply wondering how to put yourself (or help a friend put herself) at the top of the “to do” list. Before you start justifying that you don’t have the time, consider instead being creative with the time you do have.
Signs of aging are inevitable, but a loss of sensation does not have to be. No man can slow down the hands of time, but he can care for himself in such a way that slows or even reverses some of the damage that can result in an aging manhood. If left uncared for, the manhood can slowly enter into a state of disrepair, in which peripheral nerve damage causes a marked decrease in sensitivity. Learn how to naturally combat the aging process and maintain a youthful male organ for many years to come. How does the male organ age?
Throbbing, aching and swelling in the sheath can strike fear into the hearts of men, leaving them worried that a recent unprotected encounter has left them with an unwelcome souvenir. While this could be a real male organ health concern, other conditions may cause similar symptoms. For instance, uncut men may develop a condition known as Balanitis. While painful, this issue is easily treatable if men follow some simple rules for male organ hygiene and care.
The sad truth of the matter is this—human beings get sick from time to time. No great revelation here, but when your doctor or the doctor of your spouse or lover tells you that "surgery is required" it can be traumatic—to both of you! It can definitely ruin your day. When we get married we promise to love and cherish each other "until death do us part." Those are the traditional marriage vows most all of us recite when we get married.
There is nothing quite like starting the day off with a big glass of orange juice. Full of potassium, thiamin, folate and vitamin C, OJ is known for its health benefits and is a go-to drink for many people at the first sign of the sniffles. What most people do not know; however, is that the vitamin C in everybody’s favorite juice boosts more than one’s immunity. Vitamin C also boasts below the belt benefits -- that’s right -- it provides outstanding male organ protection. So drink up, OJ lovers; that sweet stuff is good for the entire body.
For most men, life comes with a certain number of aches and pains. Most of them are minor and more of an annoyance than anything else, but some conditions, such as a painful male organ, can be downright distressing and may even require medical intervention. Some common and lesser-known sources of manhood pain are described here, along with some tips for ongoing male organ care. Causes of a painful male organ
If you think you can't survive without sex, you might be right. Here, all the fun ways you get a health boost in bed.
Swollen male organ? No need to panic; the vast majority of men who develop swelling in the head or sheath have nothing seriously wrong. A swollen, throbbing package is no picnic, though, and some emergency care can go a long way toward relieving male organ pain and bringing down the swelling. A healthy male organ is a happy male organ, so some of the more common causes of a swollen male organ and a few no-nonsense tips for soothing it back to health are described below.