A man should examine every aspect of manhood health, including male release. Understanding what is normal can help ensure the best male organ care.
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By John Dugan
Men should always be very aware of every aspect of their manhood health. This includes engaging in excellent male organ care on a daily basis, as part of a regular routine. This careful attention can alert a man to any changes as soon as they happen, such as redness, irritation, bumps or other concerns. But there are other factors to consider as well, such as the power and frequency of hardness, as well as the volume of male release.
What to know about male release
Many men are concerned with their performance in the bedroom, but might not think about the results of what they are doing – specifically, the volume of seed a man produces with each encounter. Though some might give it a passing thought (especially after seeing the ‘money shot’ in adult movies), it usually isn’t something a man worries about.
But it is a good idea for a guy to gauge just how much he is producing, so as to be alert to manhood health conditions that might arise over time. The World Health Organization has actually studied this, and found that the average volume of seed for a man is about three-quarters of a teaspoon. If a man produces at least that much, or more, there is absolutely nothing to worry about.
But when a man produces about one-third of a teaspoon or less, it might be cause for concern. A lower volume is often a warning sign of low male hormone, which can affect everything in the body. Fatigue, weakness, trouble concentrating, and loss of muscle mass are a few signs to look for if the volume of male release appears to be rather low.
Diabetes is another problem to consider. Diabetes is often known as a ‘silent killer’ because it causes serious problems in the body before a man learns he has it. Diabetes can cause nerve damage, which can also contribute to firmness dysfunction. An enlarged prostate, certain medications and urinary problems can lead to seed release concerns as well.
Other conditions might contribute to low volume of male seed, such as spinal cord injuries or multiple sclerosis. In these cases, however, there will likely be many other signs that might send a man to the doctor well before low seed levels are even noticed.
In most cases the volume of male release might be perfectly normal. The biggest issue, however, is when a man who usually has a nice volume suddenly notices a significant decrease. In this case, it is vitally important for a man to visit the doctor with his concerns. The doctor will evaluate medical history and ongoing concerns to help pinpoint the cause of the problem – assuming it turns out to be a problem at all.
It’s important to remember that just as with everything physical, changes happen as we age. A man who was producing a great deal of seed a few years ago might find that he produces less now. It’s part of the typical, gradual decline that we all go through as time marches on. But remember: any sudden change in manhood health, or overall health, might warrant a closer look.
In the meantime, a man should always strive for the best possible male organ care, which includes the proper use of a daily manhood health crème(health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The best nutrient crèmes will include vitamins that are proven to aid in the rejuvenation and maintenance of male organ skin, such as vitamins A, C, D and E. A powerful natural moisturizer, such as Shea butter, makes the perfect basis for the collection of important vitamins. By applying this nutritive cream directly to the male organ, men can experience supple, hydrated skin and better manhood health in the long run.