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Male Organ Health Hacks for a Happy Male Organ

by John Dugan Owner

With the number of gyms and sports clubs in the nation indicating a continuing national fascination with physical health, it’s a wonder there isn’t more attention paid to the equally important matter of maintaining proper male organ health. Make no mistake about it: a healthy male organ is a happy male organ, but male organ health doesn’t just  happen without any effort. Maintaining male organ health may not require a man’s little friend to do push-ups or squats, but there are some steps that need to be taken.

The hacks below are valuable ways to help maintain that much-needed male organ health.

- Don’t let it gather dust in the garage. Car aficionados know that letting an automobile sit idle for too long a stretch is not good for it, and the same is true of the manhood. A happy male organ, one whose owner makes sure he gets taken out for a ride on a regular basis, will repay the owner with better f8unctioning. When the member goes too long without some form of sensual activity – whether a fascinating visit with a partner or some quality time wrapped in a fist – the tissues suffer. Tumescences and long-term sensual activity bring fresh oxygen-rich blood to the organ; without that, the manhood gets to feeling a little tired. There also is evidence that frequent seed releases help to keep other male glands healthy as well. So men, remember to use it or lose it where the male organ is concerned.

- Don’t let it be active alone. Making sure the member gets plenty of exercise is important – but the rest of the body needs to get its fair share as well. Obesity, which is an increasing problem in America and other parts of the world, has an indirect effect on male organ health. When the body is out of shape, there’s less stamina for sensual activity, the heart has a harder time pumping oxygen around the body (which is needed for healthy organs and for tumescences) and high blood pressure can impact performance. In addition to getting sufficient exercise, it pays to keep an eye on the diet. Increasing fruits and vegetables and decreasing sweets may be a good way to help shed those pounds. (It’s a good idea to talk with a doctor about changes to diet and exercise routines before initiating them.)

- Switch things up. It’s not unusual for people to fall into routines – including the way they self-stimulate. Some guys find they stroke themselves in exactly the same way, night after night after night. This can lead to de-sensitization of the member, so that a man needs to be stroked in exactly the same way, and usually for a longer and/.or more intense period of time – and that can sometimes lead to trouble when the hand is replaced with a partner and their various body parts. Taking the time to change strokes, touches, and pressures can help keep the manhood properly sensitized.

- Drink a lot – of water. Too much alcohol can be an anti-stimulant, causing the dreaded “whiskey dick” that refuses to rise to the occasion. Similarly, drinking too LITTLE water can be damaging. Not only does dehydration affect the manhood negatively, mas it does the body as a whole, but it also means that more angiotensin, which raises blood pressure, gets produced. Don’t want that.

The male organ health that produces a happy male organ is greatly enhanced by the daily use of  a top drawer male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin).  Look especially for a crème that contains both L-arginine and L-carnitine., the former is an amino acid and it helps the body produce nitric oxide – which in turns helps keep male organ blood vessels receptive to increased blood flow. The latter is important for preventing loss of member sensation, as can occur for men who are too set in their self-pleasuring routines.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com 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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