Considering all the hard work it does, it’s surprising that the manhood has skin that is so delicate and sensitive. Of course, part of the reason for that sensitivity is that it increases the pleasure a man feels when the member is engaged in sensual activity. But it also makes the skin more likely to develop a male organ rash, a very common member health concern. Since a rash can be an annoyance - and can in some cases result in a need to abstain from sensual activity - it’s good to practice rash prevention whenever possible. With that in mind, this article offers a number of male organ rash prevention tips. |
- Use protection. Most often (fortunately), a male organ rash is a result of fairly benign circumstances, such as too much bacteria or friction. But in some cases it results from a social disease, which can be much more serious. In order to lessen the chances of contracting a social disease, men should be sure to wear latex protections when engaging in partner-based sensual activity.
- Avoid too much heat . A rash often starts with sweating, which in turn is often due to excess heat. The manhood tends to be somewhat hot in the first place, due to being encased in two layers of clothing, surrounded by insulating hair, etc. So taking steps to avoid more heat generation can help. For example, exercising outside on a really hot day could be replaced with exercising in an air conditioned gym setting. Similarly, wearing lighter, looser clothing can help reduce sweating and bacteria as well.
- Avoid drying out . Rashing also occurs when member skin becomes too dry - which, ironically, also often occurs when there is too much sweat. That may seem contradictory, but when a person sweats, the body releases not just water but also some oils. These oils are what help to keep the skin moist, so excess sweating can also result dryness. One way to help with this problem is to keep the body hydrated and drink plenty of water every day - and especially during times of high heat. Dry air can also cause the manhood skin to dry out; this can occur in the summer if a room is too air conditioned or in cooler months when there is less humidity in the air. Finally, taking showers that are too long or re too hot can also sap the skin of moisturizing oils.
- Use gentle cleansers. Both when washing the member and washing, be sure to use gentle cleansers. Often soaps or detergents include harsh chemicals or fragrances that can actively irritate sensitive member skin. For most men, the milder the better.
- Know your triggers. Every person’s body reacts to various things in different ways. Some things that are more likely to create a rash for one man than for another. For example, often stress can play a role in rashing; if this is the case, a man should take steps to avoid stress and find ways to relax when stressful situations are unavoidable. Similarly, some foods may cause a "break out." Knowing what these are and controlling intake of them is another rash prevention strategy.
- Replenish with a reliable member health crème. One other male organ rash prevention idea is to daily apply a top drawer member health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . This works best when the selected crème contains both a high-end emollient (such as Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E). These two ingredients can create a moisture seal which helps lock in the oils the skin needs. It also helps if the crème contains vitamin D, which is called a miracle vitamin by some for the health benefits that it bestows on skin and cells.
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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