Maintaining first rate manhood health is an admirable goal for any man. But sometimes there can be a bit of confusion about what exactly is best for male organ health. For example, when a new technique or treatment appears on the horizon, it may be promoted as a benefit but might actually have some downside to it. Such is likely the case with the developing trend to try to flash freeze the manhood. |
Yes, there has been a recent development in sensual matters in which people are encouraged to flash freeze their sensual organs. And it’s drawn from the larger trend toward cryotherapy.
Originally, cryotherapy was the use of very low temperatures in medical therapy. It was developed as a way to treat a range of lesions, both malignant and benign. In a modified, very local way, it is often used to "freeze off" stubborn warts, for example.
More recently, cryotherapy has become a trendy (and typically expensive) spa treatment. Full-body cryotherapy is often used by people to relieve extensive muscle aches, lose weight and rejuvenate their skin.
With full-body cryotherapy, a person enters a chamber that covers the entire body (save for the head) into which liquid nitrogen is pumped. The temperature of liquid nitrogen reaches as low as negative 256 degrees. People, in other words, flash freeze their body for a short time (between 3 and 30 minutes, typically).
The manhood freeze
However, cryotherapy does not have to be restricted to a "full body" experience and can be applied locally instead. Some spas are now offering this service for the male organ, although it is not an "immersive" experience as it is with the full body. Instead, somewhat warmer (about negative 160 degrees) liquid nitrogen vapor is blasted at the manhood for about half an hour in order to freeze it. The idea is to create a more handsome member.
Is this a good thing?
Should a man subject his member to subzero temperatures? Is this something that can be good for his male organ health?
First, it’s important to know that there is a startling lack of scientific studies on what might be called "cosmetic" cryotherapy - and that even medical cryotherapy is considered controversial by many doctors. The very real risk of frostbite exists, as does the possibility of inert gas asphyxiation.
In terms of flash freezing the male organ, the proclaimed benefits include vasoconstriction, which opens up blood vessels more fully and rapidly, which should be a plus for tumescence function; increased endorphin production, which could translate into a more relaxed receptivity for sensual pleasure; and more youthful, handsome member skin due to increased production of new skin cells to replace those killed in the freezing process.
These pluses sound good on paper. Unfortunately, there have been no studies done to verify the claims that these promised benefits actually occur as a result of flash freezing the manhood. Whether the vasoconstriction lasts beyond the visit to the spa is questionable, and the fact that the process damages existing manhood skin gives rise to worries about how it might affect the sensitivity of the skin. There also seems to be little fact-based evidence that freezing the male organ results in a mighty rush of endorphins - or that the rush has long-lasting benefits if it does exist.
Rather than try to flash freeze the male organ, a man is much better off with a more basic male organ health regimen - simple hygiene, checking for signs of problems and regularly using a top drawer male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . The best crème will include L-arginine, an ingredient which naturally helps to boost nitric oxide production and thereby more safely keep manhood blood vessels open and receptive. The crème should also include alpha lipoic acid, a potent antioxidant that battles free radicals and decreases oxidative stress, thereby keeping male organ skin looking younger and healthier - without freezing.
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. 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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