Men are taught from an early age that they absolutely must take care of their member health, and that includes their prostate. But how can a man incorporate prostate care into his manhood care routine? It’s not as though he can see the prostate, after all, and checking to make sure it’s in good health is part of a doctor’s job. But there are some things a man can do that will increase the chances of his doctor saying that yes, his prostate is in fine shape. |
Ensuring a healthy prostate
When a man thinks about prostate care, he often thinks about seed release. Many studies have come out over recent years that claim the more often a man releases seed, the better his member health will be, and the more likely his prostate will be healthy for years to come. However, other studies completely contradict this, and say that an older man with regular seed release will be healthier, while a young man might not be.
There could be one very simple reason for this: socially shared infections. Men tend to be very sensually active during their younger years, sampling numerous partners during that time. However, each new partner brings a risk of developing a socially shared infection. Therefore, a young man who is more sensually active with many partners is more likely to get an infection than the older man who has settled down with one partner and doesn’t have to worry about that issue anymore.
All the studies do agree that social diseases affect prostate health, whether it’s one bout of gonorrhea or a lifelong, chronic case of herpes. Therefore, the best thing a man can do for his prostate health is to practice safe intimacy at all times, including the use of a barrier protection when he’s with a new partner.
The second thing a man can to do ensure a healthy prostate and good overall member health is visiting the doctor on a regular basis. As a man gets older, a prostate exam comes into play. Though these exams might seem embarrassing, they are entirely necessary to make sure the prostate is not enlarged. Other issues are also covered, such as making sure there are no lumps or growths in the area.
If it is discovered that a man might have a problem with his prostate, getting good medical care immediately is imperative. Many men who are diagnosed with prostate cancer can overcome it with early detection, which is another reason it’s so important to get those exams. If the doctor takes a ‘wait and see’ approach, it’s important to keep every appointment and be ready to make a move if the doctor says it’s time to treat.
Finally, a man should pay attention to his overall physical health. Eating the best foods, exercising regularly, maintaining a healthy weight, avoiding smoking and indulging in vices in moderation - such as alcohol and fatty foods - can help a guy stay in good shape. If he has a medical issue, he should get it addressed on a regular basis and keep it under control. All these things contribute to overall health, not to mention member health.
And speaking of member health, a man can target that area directly with a topical male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . A man should look for a crème that contains a wealth of nutrients beneficial to the manhood, such as Shea butter and vitamin E for softness and vitamin A for odor control. He can also look to vitamin D, C and B5 for better overall health, alpha lipoic acid to fight free radicals that lead to early on aging, L-carnitine for better sensation and L-arginine for better blood flow. With this combination of ingredients, his member health stays top-notch - and that contributes to the health of his prostate, too.
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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