There are plenty of quacks out there eager to take advantage of men’s obsession with their male organ size and the insecurities that result when a man fears his equipment is less impressive than that of his neighbor’s. Even men who know that factors like manhood health and skillful use of the member are far more important than male organ size may fall prey to advertisements that claim they can add inches to the endowment. Recently, there has been more attention paid to the possibility that acupuncture could be employed to "supersize" a modestly gifted man. But is there truth to this claim? |
An ancient treatment
Acupuncture is nothing new. As a matter of fact, it has been around for ages. A primary part of Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupuncture is based on the belief that the body’s life force energy (called "qi") flows across the body in defined lines called meridians. These meridians are thought to be special conduits to the qi. Acupuncture is a way of utilizing those conduits to access the qi to benefit the body, mind and spirit.
Traditionally, the conduits are accessed by long, very thin needles inserted into specific points of the body. Most of these points are along the meridians, although some are intentionally located off a meridian for specific purposes. In essence, placing a needle in the appropriate point redirects energy to a particular purpose. Those who are trained in the practice of acupuncture use their skills to treat pain, discomfort and other issues aggravating a person.
Although acupuncture is an ancient practice, it is disregarded as a science by most doctors. However, many researchers also agree that when performed by a knowledgeable practitioner, acupuncture is harmless and does seem to produce results in many patients.
Male organ size
It is believed that acupuncture has been promoted as a means of lengthening the manhood for centuries. Certainly in recent years there has been a resurgence in the popularity of this view. One nationwide acupuncture chain has claimed that they treat more than 650 men a week with the goal of adding length or girth to their members.
Are men really so eager to increase their male organ size that they will submit to having needles stuck into them? Interestingly, many (but by no means all) acupuncture treatments geared toward male organ size don’t actually involve inserting needles in the manhood. The pressure points are located in other parts of the body, and are used to redirect the qi toward the member.
However, while some men have claimed to see results from this procedure, there have been no published studies that verify these results. There have been studies looking at whether acupuncture can play a role in fighting tumescence dysfunction, and some of these studies have indeed indicated a possible correlation; however, it’s also possible that other factors may be influencing the positive effects on tumescence function.
At any rate, there appears to be no hard-and-fast evidence to support the use of acupuncture as a means of increasing male organ size.
Of course, whether acupuncture increase male organ size or not is somewhat irrelevant. A man is far better off concentrating on his manhood health and using a top flight manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can be a big aid in that department. Be sure to find a crème that includes L-arginine, an amino acid and part of the chain of events that enhance the ability of manhood blood vessels to expand and accept greater blood flow during the tumescence process. The crème should also include vitamin D, as it helps to fight disease and improve cellular function.
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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