Practicing regular male organ care is one habit from which every man can benefit. After all, maintaining a healthy member is a prerequisite for having a happy (and active) member. In addition to taking typical steps like washing regularly and giving it plenty of exercise, guys need to look into other issues which could adversely affect their manhood. One which has arisen in recent years, surprisingly, is the effect BPAs can have on a healthy member. |
BPA is short for bisphenol A, an industrial chemical used for years in the manufacture of some plastics. Many of these plastics are used with foods and beverages. For example, many water bottles are made of plastics that contain BPAs, as are a lot of plastic take-out food containers and some canned food containers.
BPAs came into the news when it was discovered that using products with BPAs in a microwave - as often happens when a person re-heats their leftover take-out food - may cause the BPAs to leach out of the plastic and into the food. Some studies indicate that this leakage can also occur even when these products are not exposed to significant amounts of heat.
In general, the FDA believes the amount of BPAs that leaches into bottles or containers during normal usage is small enough to be safe; however, there is concern about the amount that might come from heating these products. In addition, there is some concern that even small amounts might be damaging to young children or fetuses.
The healthy member issue
So how does all this affect the manhood? Again, the jury is still out, but there are some areas of possible concern.
Most prominently, many scientists believe that exposure to PBAs could result in decreased fertility in men. The general rate of male fertility has been declining for several decades, and the reasons for this are still unclear. However, one theory is that chemicals which affect the endocrine gland may be playing a role - and BPAs fit that bill. BPAs can impact the endocrine glands, and in doing so it creates a product which is kind of a copy of the female hormone.
In a study involving rats, part of the group was exposed to BPAs and part was not. Male rats in the exposed group had a significantly lower male seed count than those in the group which was not exposed to BPAs. And a study involving men found that those with high BPAs had 23% lower male seed counts.
A 2009 study also found that BPA exposure could result in a reduced sensual drive and a much greater likelihood of tumescence dysfunction. However, it’s important to note that the men in this study all worked at plants that manufactured products with BPAs; they therefore were exposed to much higher concentrations of BPAs than the normal male would be.
While more studies are needed, it seems likely that long term exposure to BPAs could present a risk to a man’s healthy member. Limiting that exposure by using containers that are not made of plastic, or that are labeled "BPA free" if they are made of plastic, can be a big help, as can avoiding plastic containers for the purposes of reheating food.
Avoiding BPAs isn’t all that a man must do to maintain a healthy member. Regularly applying a top rank male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) should also be a part of his care regimen. For best results, he should select a crème that includes vitamins A, B5, C, D and E; applying these vitamins via a topical crème can more directly target their benefits to the member. The crème should also include alpha lipoic acid, a powerful antioxidant that can reduce the risk of oxidative stress by destroying excess free radicals.
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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