Manhood Size and Diabetes: Is There a Connection?by John Dugan Owner
Most men would do just about anything to increase their manhood size – even if they are already blessed with a more-than-adequate endowment. Even more so, men would do anything to prevent the member from getting smaller. Yes, society’s obsession with the length and/or girth of a man’s equipment continues unabated, despite the fact that factors such as male organ health and skill in the sack are of far greater practical importance. And when researching things that may account for a diminishment of manhood size, some men find reports that diabetes may be responsible for some loss of size. Is this true? And if so, why?
The short answer
Basically, it is true that there can be a correlation between a man having diabetes and experiencing some loss of size of his organ. That’s not to say that every man who has diabetes has a small member– only that there is a greater likelihood that a man with diabetes will have a manhood that is in some way smaller than it once was.
But what does that mean? If the male organ shrinks, does that mean it shrinks both when hard and when soft, or only one or the other? And does the decrease occur in length? Or in girth? Or both?
Understanding that there is not as much hard-and-fast evidence pout there as one might like, here’s what can be said about diabetes and manhood size.
If a man has diabetes, there is a greater chance that there will be a decrease size when rigid; all other things being equal, the diabetes is less likely to affect his size in its resting state. And both length and girth may be affected, although it is likely that length is more often changed than girth.
Diabetes is associated with male dysfunction in many individuals. This is primarily because of the excess blood sugar that is a hallmark of diabetes; cardiovascular issues that impact blood flow are also common among people with this condition.
When there is too much sugar in the blood for an extended period of time, it can cause damage to the nerves. The male organ is filled with tingling, sensitive nerves; it is their stimulation that causes it to achieve a rigid state. But if the nerves and the nervous system are damaged by sugar, there can be lapses between the brain, the nerves and the male organ that impact the process of getting hard.
At the same time, diabetes can weaken the heart, while also causing plaque to build up in arteries and vessels. Both of these factors impact the ability of the male organ become engorged with blood during the stimulation process. These issues result in an enlargement that is weak or even nonexistent; and a weaker enlargement is generally a smaller one – often in both length and girth.
Men who know that they have diabetes need to be sure that they maintain their treatment plan to help manage and control it. And if the plan isn’t working, they need to consult with their doctor to determine if changes are needed.
Furthermore, if a man has not been diagnosed with diabetes but notices his manhood size has been dwindling – particularly if it means his rigid member is not as long and full as it once was – he should bring this to the attention of his doctor. There could be many causes, but if it is an indication of diabetes, he needs to begin treatment as soon as possible.
Diabetes can affect more than manhood size, so to help keep male organ function in good shape, men should tend to their manhood health; that includes using a first rate male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). If the crème contains neuroprotective L-carnitine, that can help restore loss of male organ sensitivity. And one with L-arginine is also recommended, as this amino acid is part of the process that keeps manhood blood vessels healthy.Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving male organ sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy male organ. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.
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