Women get all the fun toys when it comes to intimacy, or do they? Men have some nifty tools of their own when it comes to wanting a little extra male organ stimulation. One of the best known is the member ring. Of course, the idea of putting a tight circle around your member can be a little frightening, but no need to worry! It’s more comfortable and much more pleasurable than you think. Here is a quick guide to improving male organ stimulation and your intimate life with member rings. |
Male Organ Stimulation 101: What Is a Member Ring?
Member rings, also known as cock rings, are rings worn around the base of the member to restrict blood flow from a rigid member, producing a stronger hard-on or to helping to keep a hard-on for a more extended period. Some member rings can be doubled, meaning that they have a ring around the base of the member and another around the sack.
Male Organ Stimulation 101: Benefits of Member Rings
Why put a ring on your junk? Well, here’s a few great reasons you may want to consider:
1) They help men get a more powerful hard-on. It feels bigger and stronger. Member rings also can add the necessary male organ stimulation some men suffering from member dysfunction need to produce a hard-on.
2) They can also intensify and delay release, giving a man more time to please his partner and himself.
3) Give her something to buzz about. Some member rings have a vibratory add-on that can help a female partner release during intimacy (since only 15 percent of women can achieve release through penetrative intimacy alone).
4) They can help keep latex protection on. This is great for men who sometimes worry it will slip, which can affect performance.
Male Organ Stimulation 101: How to Use a Member Ring
Member rings are pretty easy to use; just be sure to follow these quick and easy steps.
1) Be picky about fit - There’s a difference between firm and too tight. Be sure the member ring has a snug fit to keep the blood in the member longer, but not so tight that it’s uncomfortable or is turning things purple. The best bet for newbies is to start with a stretchy silicone ring.
2) Manscape in advance - Remember how it feels to get arm hair stuck on a rubber band? Extrapolate that discomfort when considering what it would be like in your pubes. For best results, manscape the area to ensure you aren’t snagging anything or feeling the pull of pubic hair.
3) Put it on when totally hard - Don’t put it on when you’re soft; the idea is to keep blood in the member so, ipso facto, you need to be hard for it to be effective.
4) Don’t exceed 20 minutes - Don’t keep a member ring on longer than 20 minutes. That doesn’t mean your sweaty intimate sesh is only going to last 20 minutes or less. You can put a member ring on at any time, whether that be in the beginning or the middle. Just don’t exceed 20 minutes at a time; it isn’t good for your blood vessels.
Male Organ Stimulation 101: Member Ring After-Care
So, you’ve had your fun; now it’s time to clean up and calm down. Remove the ring when the member has achieved release or is no longer stimulated. Urinate to ensure all bacteria and leftover emissions have left the urethra.
Thoroughly clean the ring using anti-bacterial soap and warm water. Rinse well and air dry. When dry, store in a safe place that does not get too much heat or sun, as both can degrade rings made of latex and rubber.
Next, meticulously wash the member with warm water and a gentle cleanser. Be sure to get every fold and nook. Then rinse well. When done, air dry or pat dry with a clean, soft towel. Never rub the area with a towel, as it can damage the delicate member skin.
As a final step, use a male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) after cleansing to fortify the skin and preserve sensitivity. Member oils with vitamin C are ideal because they contain collagen, which keeps the skin bouncy and elastic, which is necessary for healthy and happy hard-ons. These oils also should contain other nutrients and vitamins for optimal male organ health wrapped up in a natural base like shea butter, which is deeply hydrating yet doesn’t clog pores or irritate sensitive skin.
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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