The P-Spot: Everything Every Man Should Know about the Male Perineumby John Dugan Owner
For years, the perineum has been a well-known erogenous zone, it a one that didn’t fully get the credit it deserves. Often referred to as the “taint” as in “it ain’t your balls and it ain’t your booty,” this nest of super nerves is a secluded vacation spot for, reportedly, the best releases many men have ever had. Let’s learn more about this mythical area and how best to utilize it to its “seeing stars” capacity.
Where is the P-Spot?
The P-spot lives in that small strip of smooth skin between the back and the testicles. This small diamond-shaped area is full of concentrated nerve endings, making it the Mr. Big of erogenous zones for both men and women. Since it’s out of the way, not frequently stimulated and has all of those nerve endings, the perineum’s sensitivity is off-the-charts compared to that of the male organ which gets ample regular attention. There is nothing new about the perineum and people have been stimulating it on the DL for centuries. Over the last decade, however, as society talks more about the G-Spot, it’s only natural that the male counterpart, the P-Spot, got some notoriety as well.
Stimulating the male perineum has shown to provide several benefits for men, and not just of the sensual variety. Here are a few ways male perineum stimulation benefits men:
- Increases Blood Flow. Not only does it arouse the senses and the member by relaxing the vessels and allowing for good flow, but it also helps the entire body get oxygenated, clean blood.
- Relaxation. Many men have overly tight pelvic muscles due to sitting and tightness when walking. This opens up the area and relaxes the muscles.
- Increased Sensual Pleasure. P-Spot releases are more intense and last longer according to most men. They also have been linked to stronger, firmer members.
- Clearing Out the Area. There are tons of tiny bits of trapped fluids that can clog the glands. Massaging the prostate helps to clear them out and push them to exit through the urethra. This is said to reduce the risk of prostate issues down the line.
- Biofilm Disruption. The male organ can contain bacteria which can colonize and create biofilm. Biofilm protects the bacteria from antibiotics. It’s said that massaging the prostate has been shown to disrupt the biofilm, allowing antibiotics to work.
Playing with the P-Spot
There are lots of ways to stimulate the male perineum. Start with a few drops of a quality lubricant. Using one or two fingers, lightly circle the perineum. Adjust the pressure and speed as needed. Some people also like some light pinching or slapping in this area. It’s a great addition to self-pleasure, oral, or penetrative mutual pleasure. With oral, use the mouth to apply occasional suction to the area while twirling and flicking with the tongue. Using a vibrator on a very low setting on the area is another way to intensify a man’s release.
Increase P-Spot Sensitivity
Want more P-Spot pleasure? Increase sensitivity in the area by focusing on promoting good blood flow. Men can promote good blood flow by:
- Maintaining or working towards a healthy weight.
- Regular daily exercise that works the cardiovascular system and muscles.
- Stretch out those pelvic areas! Keep the pelvic area loose and pliable for improved blood flow (and to keep those hips salsa ready into the retirement years).
- Sit less. Sitting compresses the perineum, making it less sensitive.
Another way to increase blood flow to the perineum is to use a specially formulated male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) which contains specific amino acids like L-Carnitine and L-Arginine. These amino acids protect the nerves from friction damage and compression and also cause the blood vessels to dilate more efficiently carrying in more oxygen, nutrients, and blood flow to the area which in turn increases perineum sensitivity. Add vitamins A, B5, and E which also increase blood flow to veins and capillaries to bring it home.Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy member. 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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