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Manhood Health Primer: Too Tired for Intimacy?

When a man is in the mood to get it on, sometimes his body just doesn’t agree. That’s often the case when a man really wants to enjoy a little pleasure but he’s just too tired to bother. From ignoring the need to self-pleasure to telling a loving partner, “Not tonight, honey,” a guy might find himself saying no to intimacy over and over again. If that’s the case, there is something going on – and he needs to figure out what it is, not just for his own peace of mind (and his partner’s!), but for the sake of his good male organ care. After all, regular releases are necessary to “exercise” the organ and keep it in tip-top shape.

Too tired for intimacy?

Let’s be honest: Intimacy is one of the most enjoyable things in life, and many a man thinks about it at least every day, if not multiple times each day. So it must be something serious to make him too tired for intimacy, right? Here are some of the issues that might lead to being too tired and other member problems that are associated with it.

– Not enough sleep. When a man doesn’t get enough sleep, it has a detrimental effect to every system of the body, including his manhood health. But besides the simple fatigue that comes from not getting enough sleep, the lack of shut-eye can also lead to significantly less male hormone in the body, which in turn makes a man even more tired. It also affects his levels of desire in an adverse way.

– Insurmountable stress. When a guy faces burnout, lots of things happen. A man has more difficulty making decisions, insomnia and fatigue, anger and distress, a suppressed immune system and no desire for intimate activity – and that’s all just for starters. Stress is the number one cause of many problems for men, but when it comes to member function, it’s a true game-changer.

– Relationship issues. When a man has sudden member problems, it might mean that he’s dealing with something psychological. If a guy is also dealing with serious fatigue – the kind that means he would rather go to sleep than talk to his partner – the two might be related. Sometimes relationship issues can lead to a loss of desire that is so extreme it makes a man subconsciously avoid intimacy with that person.

– Problems with nutrition. A guy who isn’t eating enough, or isn’t eating the right foods, can suffer from serious fatigue that makes him too tired to engage in many things, including intimacy. This can also be the case if a man is getting plenty to eat but it’s all the wrong things, such as the guy who lives on fast food and never touches a fresh veggie. Nutrition problems should be evaluated by a physician.

– Underlying medical conditions. Some men might have an underlying medical problem that translates into member problems. For instance, a guy with diabetes might be tired all the time because his blood sugar is too high, which means his cells don’t get the energy they need. Or a guy might suffer from serious depression, and as a result, he feels the bone-deep fatigue that makes him want to stay in bed all day – but not do anything in that bed but sleep. Only time spent at the doctor’s office can lead to an investigation and diagnosis of these kind of problems.

Whether a man is really tired or full of energy, he should always strive to protect his manhood health by engaging in excellent male organ care. He can do this by reaching for a powerful manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). A good crème will contain multiple vitamins and nutrients, including amino acids for overall health, vitamin E and Shea butter for softness, and a plethora of vitamins to maintain tip-top health for the male organ.



Fighting Manhood Odor: Simple Strategies

Ah, the senses! These five friends play a huge role in every person’s life, including the state of their sensual lives. Unfortunately, so many men tend to focus on how they affect one particular sense – for instance, sight, or how their physical presence registers with a potential or existing partner – that they often neglect the impact a man can have on the other four senses. But in fact, the other senses can play a big role in how a man is perceived by another. For example, a man who has a noticeable manhood odor is going to be a turn-off no matter how physically imposing he may be. That’s why a man needs to develop and maintain male organ care strategies that address the problem of unwanted manhood odor.

The manhood odor problem

Now, it’s true that not every aroma that emanates from a member is a problem. A certain amount of manly muskiness can have an intoxicating effect on partners and can actually be a benefit. But when that aroma becomes an actual stench, some serious strategies are called for to fight it.

And it’s natural that manhood odor should be a problem. After all, the sweat glands in the area are those that produce an acrid odor (rather than the more neutral-smelling sweat glands found on arms and legs). And the heat generated by a thick thatch of midsection hair, plus two layers of clothing, means that odor is guaranteed.


So what are some strategies to keep manhood odor at bay?

– Wash it off. Number one and very basic – be sure to wash the area regularly. And not just with a quick water rinse. Use a gentle but effective cleanser to really clean it off. Do not use soap with strong chemicals or scents; this can irritate delicate male organ skin, and the pseudo-scents from the soap can actually worsen the odor. Also, be sure to wash the manhood after sensual activity – whether with a partner or after solo play.

– Dry it off. Putting clothes on a wet member is inviting a fungal infection to develop – and that will simply worsen the manhood odor problem.

– Wash the clothes. Sure, when he was a schoolboy, a guy could get away with wearing his underwear for a couple of days running or with donning the same pair of jeans day after day. Now that he’s a man, those days are over. A clean pair of underwear every day is a must, and if trousers must be worn two or three days before being washed, at least space it out so that those days are not consecutive.

– Air it out. Assuming a guy has access to some privacy, he should air his member out every day. Sleeping bare is an easy way to accomplish this.

– Change the bedclothes. Putting fresh linen on the bed at least once a week is crucial; otherwise, the manhood will absorb odors that accumulate in the sheets.

– Use care when selecting clothes. Clothes that are too tight make the male organ sweat more, as do trousers that are too heavy. Lightweight pants that give the manhood a little room can help cut down on persistent odor situations. Artificial fabrics, like rayon, don’t allow the skin to breathe; natural fibers like cotton are much better.

– Manscape. Either keeping the midsection hair neatly trimmed or shaving it down to the skin can help cut down on the heat quotient in the area, and thus on the sweat and aroma.

– One of the most important strategies to fight manhood odor is to daily apply a high quality male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to the member. The crème must contain vitamin A, as this vitamin has anti-bacterial properties that combat the bacteria that causes unruly manhood odor. It also pays to use a crème with alpha lipoic acid, as that antioxidant will strengthen member skin by fighting excess free radicals.


Can Stem Cells Increase Male Organ Size?

Although there is no factual link between male organ size and sensual prowess,millions of men(and women) continue to conflate the two. It’s no surprise, then, that many men are obsessed with their male organ size, sometimes going to extreme lengths that could imperil their member health in order to add some extra length and/or girth to their manhood. Many have gotten rich by playing on the vanity and insecurity of men who want a bigger member, creating products that by and large do not live up to their promise of increasing the size of a guy’s tool. But several news stories recently talked about a new process one man has tried – using stem cells to enhance his male organ size.

About stem cells

What exactly are stem cells? They are early-stage biological cells which can form other, more specific cells. So think of them as being like a lump of clay. When a sculptor starts out, he has this clay which could become just about anything. He can mold it into a dog, a human head, a bench – whatever he wants. Similarly, a stem cell has the potential to turn into any of a variety of other cells.

There are two kinds of stem cells, embryonic and adult. Adult stem cells have the potential to create a whole organ from just a few cells because of their replication ability.

Adult stem cells are most easily obtained from three places: the bone marrow, body fat and blood. A scientist gets stem cells from bone marrow by drilling into the bone; from fat tissue by way of liposuction; and from blood by extracting the blood and then separating out the stem cells.

Male organ size

So what kind of connection could stem cells have with male organ size? Well, there have been small studies that look at stem cells and tumescence dysfunction. One study took stem cells from body fat and injected them into the members of men suffering from an inability to gain hardness. All 21 of the study subjects reported tumescence improvement, some of them to the degree that they could achieve firmness without other medical assistance.

Recently, an individual – at his own insistence, not due to a doctor or scientist – had his manhood injected with stem cells to see if it would affect his size. The theory seems to be that because stem cells recreate themselves so well and so quickly, they would therefore increase his male organ size.

However, there has been nothing in previous studies of stem cells to indicate that a mere injection could have this kind of focused effect. The subject claims he is bigger now- but he also admits he hasn’t taken a ruler and actually officially measured himself. (If he were part of an official study, pre- and post-treatment measurements would be obtained.)

More importantly, this man underwent an entirely experimental procedure that has no FDA approval and was not set up with safety protocols in place. (Fortunately, he seems to be doing fine.)

It is possible that scientists will create and conduct evidence-based clinical trials to look at the viability of stem cell therapy to enhance male organ size. But for the present, it is not an accepted procedure.

Male organ size, whether stem cell-enhanced or not, is not as important as the health of the organ. More men need to focus on applying a top notch member health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) regularly. It’s best to look at the ingredients carefully and select one that contains powerful moisturizing ingredients, such as Shea butter and vitamin E. Also, a crème with vitamin A is recommended, as this vitamin has anti-bacterial properties that help fight persistent male organ odor.


A Tumescent Male Organ Problem Following Surgery

When a man experiences tumescent member problems, it has a big impact on his sensual life,. Even men who are meticulous about their male organ health may end up having a tumescence issue, through no fault of their own, and that can be frustrating and dispiriting. One little-known issue can be climactic dysfunction brought about by surgery to the pelvis. Read on to learn more about this concern.

Pelvic surgery

First, it pays to consider reasons why a man might need pelvic surgery at all. There actually can be a number of reasons.

Sometimes, a man requires surgery because he has a severe cause of urinary incontinence, that is, he can no longer control when he releases his urine. When there is a bladder issue, such as a stone or an obstruction, surgery is sometimes required. Prostate cancer often requires a surgical procedure, as do complications affecting the male organ, sacks, urinary tract, etc. And sometimes the pelvic area simply suffers a significant trauma with damage to an extent that surgery is necessary. All of these would be considered forms of pelvic surgery.


While pelvic surgery is often harmless, as with any surgical procedure, there is always a risk of complications. Although such surgery can sometimes cause complications that affect the tumescent process, it is less commonly known that sometimes a man can have a complication from pelvic surgery that specifically affects his climactic function.

Not the same thing

While many men also use “seed release” or one of its synonyms to mean the same thing as “intense point,” in fact they are not the same. Seed release specifically refers to the expulsion of male seed from the manhood. Intense point refers to the final pleasurable sensation that occurs from sensual stimulation. In most cases, peak pleasure and seed release occur simultaneously, but not always. A man can have seed release without intense point, and, less typically, vice versa.

Climactic dysfunction is typically broken down into several categories:

– Anintense pointia refers to a situation in which there is a total absence of intense point during sensual stimulation.

– Dysintense pointia means that a person is capable of having a intense point, but there is typically pain associated with it. The degree of pain may range from minor to quite severe.

– Climacturia is also called intense point-associated incontinence and it means that when a man releases seed, he also leaks urine. The amount of urine leaked can vary.

Both anintense pointia and dysintense pointia may also be associated with a seed release issue, as well as a climactic one. Climacturia almost always involves seed release, but there are some rare occasions when a man intense pointes without seed release but does leak urine anyway.

Data on climactic dysfunction after pelvis surgery is hard to come by, and there are no evidence-validated tools for measuring and defining climactic dysfunction, making it even more difficult to understand the issue. However, if a man does find that he is having a climactic problem, even if he has a fully tumescent male organ and releases seed forcefully, he should contact his urologist to discuss the situation, determine the specific cause and outline a treatment strategy.

Climactic dysfunction is thankfully a rare tumescent manhood issue. In some instances, manhood sensitivity may be at fault, so regular use of a first class male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is in order. The wise man will select a crème that includes acetyl L-carnitine among its ingredients. This wonderful amino acid has neuroprotective properties that help prevent and restore diminished sensation due to rough handling. The best crème will also include a range of vitamins, such as A, B5, C, D and E, to provide healthy protection to the member.


Dispelling the Myths about Member Fracture

It’s the fear that lurks in the back of every man’s mind: The painful problem of member fracture. Horror stories abound of men who were simply enjoying a little bit of sensual congress with a partner only to suddenly find themselves in agony, thinking only of how long it will take to get to the emergency room. Most male organ problems can be eased with good manhood care, but a member fracture is an entirely different beast – it happens quickly, without warning, and must be addressed immediately to avoid long-term damage.

But how does member fracture happen, considering that there is actually no bone in the manhood? And does it mean that a man’s sensual life is over for good? Here are some of the myths about member fracture and the truth about the matter.

1) Member fracture only happens to younger men . Though younger men might be more at risk for member fracture because they might be more adventurous in bed, don’t rule out the risk for older men as well. Member fractures can happen to anyone, no matter their age. It has nothing to do with the age of a man, but rather, the angle at which the manhood pushes against something unyielding, like a pelvic bone.

2) Member fracture always brings immediate pain. Not necessarily. Though many member fractures are severe enough to cause instantaneous pain, some are mild enough that they don’t lead to pain within seconds – rather, a man will feel discomfort that gets worse and worse. If a man is in severe pain an hour later, he shouldn’t discount the possibility of a member fracture. It’s also important to remember that while some member fractures can happen with a loud ‘popping’ sound, sometimes that sound is not present or isn’t noticed in the heat of the moment.

3) Member fracture requires surgery. This is true, unfortunately. It’s because of where the fracture usually occurs. Obviously there is no bone in the manhood; however, the manhood gets hard through blood flow into the corpora cavernosa, two spongy areas of tissue on either side of the male organ. The membrane surrounding these areas is called the tunica albuginea. It’s that membrane that breaks during a member fracture. In order to fix the problem, a physician will make an incision in the manhood to repair the membrane.

4) It only occurs in the woman on top position. Though this is the most common way a member fracture occurs, the truth is that the fractures can happen in a variety of situations. They can even occur when a man is vigorously self-pleasuring and his hand happens to land the wrong way around the shaft! Of course, it can also happen as the result of trauma, such as during contact sports.

5) A member fracture will never heal properly. Fractures can heal well as long as a man gets immediate attention. However, he might be at risk for Peyronie’s disease, where the male organ bends at an extreme angle. That’s why it’s so important to not only get immediate care, but also to keep up with all follow-up care recommended by the surgeon or physician.

As a man’s member is healing from member fracture – or as he is dealing with any other male organ problems – he needs all the help he can get. That means a man should reach for a daily manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . He should look for a crème that includes a wealth of vitamins and nutrients designed for healthy skin and healing, such as vitamin D and C for skin care, vitamin A for bacteria fighting and Shea butter for the smoothest, most supple skin imaginable. A guy should also look for amino acids like L-arginine for better blood flow and L-carnitine to help protect the delicate nerve endings of the member.


Understanding the 5 Most Common Manhood Rashes

Here’s a disheartening fact: Manhood rashes are going to happen to a guy at some point. Every man, at some point in their lives, will deal with the worrisome look of a male organ rash and might also suffer from member itching as well. Getting to the bottom of what causes the most common manhood rashes can help a man quickly determine whether he has a male organ rash that requires a little extra male organ care, or whether he has a more serious problem that warrants a visit to the doctor.

The most common manhood rashes

The good news is that manhood rashes are usually caused by a variety of benign factors that can be easily remedied. Here’s what a man needs to know about the most common causes:

1) Simple heat. This rash can be quite annoying, but the good news is that it goes away very quickly without any further intervention beyond extra male organ care for a few days. Heat rashes are caused by getting hot and sweaty, especially while wearing restrictive clothing. The rash will often be flat and warm to the touch, or it might be slightly raised and irritated, depending upon how long it has been there. A heat rash can be remedied through a cool shower, careful moisturizing and letting the area “air out” by going without clothing for a while.

2) Jock itch. As the name implies, this isn’t just a rash. It can also lead to serious member itching, which is usually what tips a guy off to the diagnosis. This is actually very common for men, and can occur often if a guy frequents the gym or skimps even the slightest bit on his daily hygiene. Jock itch is caused by the same fungus that causes athlete’s foot. There are many over the counter treatments available that will quickly ease the problem.

3) Yeast infections. This rash can be a red and painful one, especially if it is accompanied by painful urination and serious member itching. Yeast infections can be contracted through sensual contact, but they can also happen all on their own, often thanks to underlying medical conditions that might make the body more hospitable to bacteria. Just as with jock itch, a yeast infection often responds very favorably to over the counter treatments, but it is important to get a doctor’s opinion, as some of these rashes can be quite stubborn!

4) Common irritants. Men who suffer from unidentifiable manhood rashes might be dealing with something in their environment that sparks an allergic reaction in the skin. Manhood rashes from irritants can include a new detergent, a new type of soap or cleanser, a new partner’s perfume, the use of latex barrier protections and seed blockers, and anything else that might come into contact with the delicate male organ skin. Once the irritant has been determined, stop using it and watch the rash disappear.

5) Simple irritation. Sometimes a guy gets it on for a long time with a partner, indulges in a marathon self-gratification session or otherwise does something for long enough to irritate the skin. In fact, even wearing an unfamiliar pair of jeans for too long can result in contact irritations that lead to red, raised and sometimes painful rashes. The good news is that the rash will go away on its own without much more than regular male organ care; however, if it lingers for more than a day or so, it’s time to visit the doctor to ensure it’s nothing more serious.

As any guy knows, manhood rashes come with the territory. But how a guy deals with them can help ensure they go away quickly and he can show off his smooth, handsome male organ once more. To that end, as a guy is healing from a male organ rash he should reach for an extra dose of a powerful member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). A crème that contains vitamins C and D for healing, vitamin A for fighting against odor-causing bacteria and vitamin E for maximum skin softness is a sure bet for healthier skin.


Exploring Self-Pleasuring Positions

Although the results vary, numerous surveys have proven that most men self-stimulate. A recent one found that 96% of men admitted to self-gratifying; the only thing surprising here is that the answer is not 100%. The survey also found that its respondents said they self-stimulate, on average, 4 times per week. That’s a lot of time spent on self-pleasuring, which is perfectly fine; self-pleasuring is an enjoyable way to spend some time and helps with male organ health by keeping the equipment in good shape.

But if a guy does spend a lot of time with his solo play, he may get a little bored. If that happens, it’s time for a guy to switch things up a little to make the experience fresh again. One way to do that is to explore some different positions for self-pleasuring.


Humans are creatures of habit; as a species, we tend to like the familiar. But at the same time, we can get bored if things become too familiar – so switching up self-pleasuring positions is very logical.

Starting with the basics, here are some positions a guy can try to add variety to their self-stimulation.

– Lying on the back. One of the favorite positions, this classic allows plenty of room for movement and is comfortable as well. It’s an especially good position for men who enjoy self-fondling to mental fantasies; closing the eyes in this prone position can often enhance the intensity of the fantasy.

– Sitting in a chair. Always popular, this position is probably the position of choice among men who surf online adult content while self-gratifying. For many men, self-fondling with their legs spread allows the manhood and sacks to flop around in a pleasing way.

– Standing up. While this can be tiring when engaging in marathon self-pleasuring sessions, standing up gives a session a sense of freedom. With the body in contact with nothing but the floor, there’s a different feeling with this position; plus, it allows mobility, as a guy can walk around while stroking.

– Lying face down. Lying on the stomach allows a guy to self-stimulate by rubbing the member against the bedsheets or a pillow, thrusting in a manner that imitates partner sensual activity. Some also prefer to thrust in and out of their fist in this position.

– Using an ottoman. An ottoman – which is like a backless chair – can enable a guy to try a very different position. Sit on the ottoman with legs out, then bend backwards until the head is on the floor. This position resembles an arch, with the member at the top of the arch. The position can be hard on the back, so take care with this one and don’t use it for too long a time.

– Kneeling. Kneeling gives a guy a different perspective, which can help when he’s changing up his self-pleasuring game. Some guys also bend over while kneeling so that they’re on all fours, then raise one hand and use it to self-gratify from this position.

– Upside down. Although not recommended for those with flexibility issues, this position can really shake things up. For this, a guy should lie on his back with his knees pulled in and his rear against a wall. He walks his legs up the wall, then raises his rear and pushes himself closer to the wall. Ideally, only the upper half of his torso and his head will remain on the floor. Warning: Self-pleasuring in this position may mean that his seed may land on his face.

These self-pleasuring positions can liven things up, but to be best prepared, a man should regularly use a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Since enthusiastic self-pleasuring can lead to a raw manhood, the selected crème needs to include moisturizers like vitamin E and Shea butter. It should also contain vitamin C, which helps promote greater tone and elasticity in member skin.