A recent men’s health survey found that over 87% of all men experience reduced male organ sensation, often as early as their teenage years. Loss of sensation of the manhood can be a serious problem, leading to loss of sensual enjoyment and even impotence. On the other hand, a large number of men have benefited from some of the techniques described in this article, which have allowed them to effectively "retrain" the manhood to experience pleasurable tactile sensation through the use of manual stimulation and male organ-specific vitamins and minerals.
Before going over these methods, it is helpful to understand what causes loss of male organ sensation in the first place.
Scarring related to self-pleasuring - Frequent, aggressive self-stimulation can cause microscopic tears in the male organ skin. As these tears heal, the dermal tissue becomes thicker and tougher in order to resist re-injury. This toughened skin creates a barrier that makes it more difficult to stimulate the nerves below the skin’s surface, leading to loss of sensitivity.
Overstimulation - Overstimulation through frequent self-pleasuring or partner play, especially when it is done in the same way, time after time, can deaden the nerves in the area, limiting the ability to experience sensuous sensation.
Poor circulation - Limited circulation can lead to reduced sensation in the male organ, as the skin and nerve cells are not properly oxygenated. Tight clothing, being overweight, and sports such as cycling and horseback riding can restrict circulation to the manhood, leading to loss of sensitivity.
Skin irritation - Irritation of the delicate male organ skin can be caused by numerous factors, including cold weather, heat rash, harsh detergents, skin allergies, eczema, psoriasis, and so on. As with self-stimulation scarring, skin that is frequently irritated may develop a callus-like layer, preventing adequate sensation.
Circumcision - This surgical procedure involves cutting away some of the most sensitive skin from the male organ, and multiple studies have found that circumcision is a factor in loss of sensitivity.
How to restore male organ sensation: 5 tips
1. Soft touch - Men of all ages can benefit from this technique, which involves re-educating the male organ to detect soft touch, rather than only responding to aggressive handling. Keeping the eyes closed and using a feather or soft piece of fabric (such as silk), or asking a partner to gently run his/her fingers up and down the shaft, can stimulate the nerves in a new way and effectively train them to experience a new range of sensation.
2. Cold - Using an ice cube to perform the technique described above can also help to open new nerve pathways, allowing for increased male organ sensation. Using this method as part of foreplay can increase the sensuous experience.
3. Abstinence - For some men, taking a break from self-stimulation or partner play for several days may be all that is needed to allow the skin’s natural rejuvenating properties to take over, healing damaged tissue and restoring normal sensitivity.
4. Lubrication - Dry rubbing is often a source of irritation and can lead to callusing of the male organ skin. Making sure to use a personal lubricant during self-stimulation and partner play is important in retaining or restoring sensitivity.
5. Skin and nerve support - Like the rest of the body, the male organ skin and nerve tissue need proper nutrient support in order to function properly. Vitamin crèmes that are absorbed directly into the skin of the manhood can keep the skin soft, supple, and responsive, helping to prevent injury and scarring. A specially designed male organ vitamin formula (most health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) containing male organ-specific vitamins such as A, B5, C, D, and E, as well natural moisturizers such as shea butter, can help to restore the natural balance to the skin and nerve tissue, increasing the ability to experience sensuous stimulation and reducing the risk of further damage to the skin.
For additional information on most common penile health issues, tips on improving penile sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy penile, visit www.man1health.com. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.
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