Lack of Sleep Could Lead to Lack of Male Organ Health

by John Dugan Owner

Getting enough sleep is absolutely necessary for good health. Though it might seem as though a man can go without sleep for days – especially during his college years – the fact is that lack of sleep will catch up with a guy in ways he doesn’t expect. For instance, even the best manhood care in the world won’t help a tumescent member stand at attention if a man is too sleep-deprived for his body to work the way it should.

Does lack of sleep really matter?

Men who are skeptical about just how much sleep matters can look to a variety of studies that focused on sleep and sensual drive. Sleep researchers have often put men through a variety of trials that included sleep deprivation, then looked at how certain bodily processes worked in the wake of that lack of sleep.

Not only did they find that cognitive function dropped dramatically, they also learned that the hypothalamus created much less male hormone – thus leading to a lower drive – but that men also suffered from hardness dysfunction. Sometimes that dysfunction was quite severe and prevented a man from engaging in sensual congress at all until the lack of sleep was remedied with a good, long nap.

In addition, men who suffered from sleep deprivation also suffered from levels of stress that were much higher than what they would have experienced otherwise. This higher level of stress has an effect on every part of the body, including the drive. But it can also have a more sinister effect, such as weakening the heart or raising the blood pressure, and both of these issues can also contribute to the blood flow in the manhood. The result: more hardness dysfunction.

More sleep equals better male organ health

It’s important for a man to make sure he gets plenty of sleep. But what can he do if he has a crazy schedule or problems with sleeping in the first place? Here are a few tips:

1) Gradually move the schedule. A guy who is accustomed to staying up late at night can start moving his schedule back gradually. For instance, rather than going to bed at midnight, he can make a point of going to sleep 15 minutes earlier for a week. Then he can move that time up even more, by another 15 minutes. Within a month he has easily added one hour per night to his sleep schedule.

2) Remove all distractions. A guy who has a computer, television, phone and other electronics in the bedroom is bound to be distracted by something. Make the bedroom a place where rest is the main event – that means turning off the television, keeping the room dark, silencing the phone and keeping the computer closed.

3) Keep a good diet and get exercise. Eating right and getting plenty of exercise can help a man fall into bed at a decent hour. He should look to foods that promote sleep and don’t include caffeine, as well as exercise that tests his cardiovascular strength, thus providing him with the energy he needs to get through the day and crave a good sleep at night.

4) Ask for help if necessary. Sometimes a man deals with insomnia, for reasons that might be entirely out of his control. If improving his sleep schedule doesn’t work well, it might be time to talk to the doctor about what other steps he can take to ensure he gets plenty of sleep.

A guy who gets lots of sleep should soon see his drive and his ability to perform return. To be ready for that day, he can reach for a top-quality male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). A crème that contains L-arginine is an especially good bet, as this ingredient can boost blood flow to the manhood, making it more responsive when a man’s drive starts calling for action again.

Visit for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving manhood 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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