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Understanding Male Emission and Manhood Health

by John Dugan Owner

There is a widespread myth about male emission – that the larger the result, the more virile the man must be. There is also the question of how much enjoyment he got from the sensual experience, as many people equate the amount or thickness of the fluid with sensual excitement. These myths can leave a man feeling rather self-conscious and unsure about his own body, which is quite the shame. So let’s address these myths and get down to the truth of the matter of manhood health and male emission.

Dispelling the Myths

Male fluid is made up of seed, which are floating in other secretions, such as amino acids, citric acids, fructose, potassium, zinc, phosphorylcholine, prostaglandin, and a variety of enzymes. This makeup is not the same for every man. Some men might have more of one particular “ingredient” while others might have less. These changes in the makeup of the emission can affect how it looks – the color, the volume, the viscosity, and even the way it moves out of the body. (And here’s a fun fact: what a man eats can easily change the flavor of the seed, making it taste salty or bitter or even quite sweet.)

Given that, let’s take a look at the myths of male emission:

Myth #1: How much he fluids determines his virility.

This is a damaging myth because it ties everything about a man to the amount of fluid he produces during a release. The truth is that most men create between 3ml and 5ml of fluid during each emission, though some might produce more or less. Any amount is perfectly normal. (Though a man who produces none at all each time should definitely speak with a physician about why that might be happening.)

In addition, it’s important to consider other factors as well. The amount of seed might depend upon how long it has been since a man last released, how long he has played with a partner (or with himself) before having an release, how often he does it, the kind of food he has been eating, and many other issues. Given this, it is impossible to say that a man should produce a certain amount in order to be “virile” or manly.

Myth #2: The more fluid, the more fun he had in bed.

This myth can be damaging to couples and to a partner’s psyche, because it suggests that if a man doesn’t produce copious amounts, he didn’t have a good time. The truth is that a man might produce a little, a lot, or none at all! And that is no indication whatsoever of the levels of pleasure he reached during the sensual act.

In fact, it’s entirely possible for a man to experience the pleasurable feeling of release but produce no fluid at all. This happens because the process of emission and the sensation of release are actually two entirely different processes – it just feels as though they are the same because they tend to happen at the same time.

Maintaining Manhood health and Healthy Male Emission

It is important to remember that no matter what a man’s seed might be like, what matters is that his member is healthy. That can be achieved through eating the right foods, exercising to keep blood flow up, and using an excellent male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) on a regular basis. A good crème will contain important nutrients, such as vitamins A, C, D and E. It will also include Shea butter, which is a must for anyone who wants smooth, supple skin that can stand the test of rigorous sensual activity.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common manhood 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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