Lack of male organ sensitivity seems to be an inevitable fact of life for men. Looking at the television, in magazines, or in talks at the neighborhood barbeque, male organ sensation loss is a topic of conversation. Sprays and gels are available that are intended to increase sensitivity, but they don’t always work. However, there are other ways to increase male organ sensitivity besides relying on expensive medications. Some causes have reasonable fixes such as lifestyle changes, while others can be managed with medications to improve overall health. Let’s take a look at some causes of male organ sensation loss and how to get it back. |
1) Excessive Manual Pleasuring - Desensitization of any type occurs over time, whether it is to violence on television or excessive self-pleasuring. Men who pleasure themselves vigorously and multiple times each day can be subject to a loss of sensitivity as time goes on. This is especially so in the case of men who use the "death grip." This can lead to a thickening of the outer layer of skin. This layer of skin can block tactile stimuli from manual stroking, oral contact or penetration, which limits a man’s ability to experience sensual pleasure. The sensation can be regained if the man takes some time away from self-pleasure to regain sensitivity, and then resumes moderate activity with less rigorous fervor and reduced tension.
2) Age - As men age, their bodies change. Of course, so do their members. The blood vessels direct blood flow in and out of the manhood, and this process slows with age. To increase blood flow, men are encouraged to exercise before intimate contact, cease eating prior to intimacy and have relations at the time of day when they are most alert.
3) Low Male Hormone Levels - With age, most men experience a depletion of hormone levels. This depletion then leads to a loss of male organ sensation or a numbness in the private area. Other symptoms of low hormone levels are fatigue, low moods such as sadness or depression, irritability, and reduced muscle mass. Thankfully, it can be treated with medication.
4) Conditions with Reduced Circulation - Men who have medical conditions such as obesity, diabetes, or cardiovascular problems can experience loss of male organ sensation. The best way to regain sensation is to embark on healthy lifestyle choices, including exercise and weight management, to improve circulation to the area. Weight loss also has been shown to help improve sensitivity, in addition to being terrific for overall health and wellness.
5) Nerve Damaging Diseases - Nerve damaging diseases such as diabetes and Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can affect the manhood and other parts of the body. Both diseases are linked to neuropathy, a condition caused by nerve damage which can cause pain, burning, and numbness. A doctor can explore methods of treatment after diagnosis.
6) Medications - Prescription medications such as selegiline, used for treating Parkinson’s disease, can cause a loss of male organ sensation as a side effect. See a doctor for alternatives if this occurs.
Improve Circulation and Sensitivity
In addition to other methods of regaining sensation in the member, massaging the organ with a specially formulated male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) can be another way to improve sensation in the member. In addition to soothing emollients, a crème like this can contain other nutrients essential for male organ health and function. Ingredients to look for include vitamin C, which is critical for promoting proper blood flow for strong completion. L-Carnitine also is a valuable addition to any male organ health crème as it protects against peripheral nerve damage caused by friction which can lead to numbness and loss of male organ sensation. Finally, a key amino acid that increases blood flow, L-Arginine, is a welcome addition to maintain firm completion.
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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