Diabetes Can Be a Male Organ Function Factorby John Dugan Owner
Almost 10% of U.S. citizens have it, although many are unaware of
it. That comes to over 30 million adult Americans, of which more than 7 million
don’t know their status. We’re speaking here of diabetes, a serious medical
condition which for men can have serious male organ health implications. While
there are plenty of other reasons to be concerned about diabetes, the fact that
it can impede male organ function should add to every man’s efforts to avoid
this condition and to see it if properly treated if it cannot be avoided.
as most people are aware, is a medical condition in which the body has
difficulty regulating blood sugar levels. In a normal situation, a person eats
food and the majority of that food gets broken down into glucose (sugar), which
travels through the bloodstream so that cells can use it for energy. When blood
sugar levels reach a certain level, the body reacts by putting insulin into the
blood, which serves to open the doorway for sugar to enter the cells.
person has diabetes, his body either doesn’t make enough insulin or else can’t
use insulin effectively. Thus too much sugar remains in the bloodstream, which
over time can cause damage to the body, resulting in heart disease, kidney
disease and loss of sight.
mentioned, diabetes can also have an impact on male organ function. Improper
blood sugar levels can impact the nerves, hormones, blood vessels and even
one’s emotional health, all of which can play a role in male organ
function. There are several male organ health issues that may be
caused or may be worsened by diabetes. These include:
Tumescence dysfunction. This is one of the more
distressing male organ health issues a man can face. As the name implies, when
a man suffers from tumescence dysfunction, his member either cannot become
properly tumescent or cannot maintain its tumescence. This does not necessarily
mean a total lack of a tumescence, but it does often mean that a man’s member
becomes only partially tumescent – not to the degree that he is able to perform
satisfactorily sensually. Men with diabetes are about 3 times as likely to have
tumescence dysfunction than men without, and more than half of men with
diabetes develop the issue at some point. This is usually due to damages to
male organ nerves and to male organ blood vessels due to diabetes.
bent male organ. Although some
curvature of the organ is normal, when a man has a severely bent male organ
that impedes sensual activity and/or causes manhood pain, he is said to have
Peyronie’s disease – and men with diabetes are more likely to develop
Peyronie’s disease than are men in the general population.
Retrograde intense point. This is a fairly rare
complication, but men with diabetes are at a higher risk of developing it. In
this condition, men have a climactic occurrence, but some or all of their male
see fluid is diverted into the bladder rather than dispensed through the
Lower sensual drive. Male hormone
production is also impacted by diabetes, and lower male hormone levels (in
addition to being associated with tumescence dysfunction) can diminish a man’s
diabetes management is crucial to continued health, including male organ
health. Men who suspect they may have diabetes should see a doctor and get a diagnosis.
If they do have diabetes, the sooner treatment is begun, the better.
is a serious condition which can impact male organ function, so a man needs to
be sure his manhood is in its best shape so it can better respond to diabetes
treatment. One excellent idea is to regularly apply a superior male organ
health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically
proven mild and safe for skin). The best cremes will have
L-carnitine, an amino acid which is helpful in limiting nerve damage which can
cause a loss of male member sensitivity. The creme should also include vitamin
B5, or pantothenic acid, a vital nutrient that is required for cell
metabolism and the maintenance of healthy tissue.
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