Manhood Problems 101: An Informative Primer By John Dugan
Occasional manhood problems are almost always going to happen to a guy, and that’s okay – it’s a normal part of day-to-day life. Good member care can help alleviate many problems, such as the red, dry and irritated male organ. But even with the best of care, there will be times when manhood problems show up with little to no warning. The good news is that most of these problems can be easily remedied or even avoided with some extra attention to the causes. Here are the most common reasons for male organ problems. www.man1health.com
Somebody’s been drinking! Alcohol can lead to amorous thoughts, and it can also lead to being unable to act on them. Not being able to get it up after a night of drinking is actually quite common. Remember that any type of alcohol is a depressant, and studies have shown that an overload of alcohol on a regular basis can actually increase the odds of developing intimate dysfunction. Lay off the booze and this member problem will go away. www.man1health.com
It takes too long. Delayed finishing is defined as intimacy that lasts for 30 to 60 minutes with no end in sight, or being unable to get off at all. There can be several causes for this, including certain medications, anxiety, stress or depression. If self-play works just fine but intimacy doesn’t, it might be time to back away from the self-pleasuring for a while and see what happens. • Things are itchy down there. One of the most common manhood problems, member itching can have numerous causes; a few include jock itch, a fungal infection, allergic reactions, strong fragrances, a new detergent, or even thrush. The process of elimination is the best way to figure out the culprit. If things don’t clear up after all the usual suspects have been ruled out, it’s time to visit the doctor. www.man1health.com
It’s not working. If the aforementioned alcohol issue has been ruled out but the soldier just doesn’t want to go to battle, there could be some very straightforward reasons. Stress, anxiety, not enough Vitamin D, diabetes, not having intimacy that often and even smoking too much can lead to temporary dysfunction. Get the lifestyle factors under control and soon everything will likely be well. • Things are bumpy. Member bumps are one of the most common manhood problems – and in most cases, those little bumps are entirely benign. Small raised bumps that do not hurt could easily be hair follicles, blocked oil glands, or even an allergic reaction to a new cleanser. Bumps that don’t go away or keep coming back should be checked out. www.man1health.com
It’s all curvy. Most men have some curve to the manhood. It might point up or down or lean more to one side. A mild curve is entirely normal and as long as it causes no problems with intimate activities, it’s nothing at all to worry about. But if the curve becomes more pronounced over time or begins to cause pain and discomfort when firm, it’s time to get checked out to make sure everything is okay in there. www.man1health.com
Alleviating worries about manhood problems • As the old saying goes, prevention is worth a pound of cure. Paying close attention to every inch of the body, including the male organ, is the best way to avoid problems – or to spot them before they become serious. Every man should include a specially formulated male organ health crème(health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) in their everyday personal care. Look for a crème loaded with vitamins A, C, D, E, as well as amino acids for skin health. A very good emollient, such as Shea butter, can help ensure the skin stays as smooth and supple as possible.