Wearable Male enhancement products? Well, kind of. No, you don’t make a bracelet of little blue tablets and string it around your junk. Wearable Male enhancement products refers to a super-enhanced member ring that makes even the most visibly limp male organ live large. However, does it really work? Let's investigate the claims about this new product for men suffering from member dysfunction. |
What is Member Dysfunction?
There are 3 million cases of member dysfunction every year, making it a quite common male organ issue for men. Member dysfunction, or MD, happens when a man can’t produce or maintain a hard-on for the duration of mutual pleasure. Interestingly, MD has roots in both the physical and psychological realms. Occasional inability to produce a hard-on is not MD. A man needs to experience a lack of ability to rise about 25 percent of the time to be classified as having ED MD.
What's the Diggity on Eddie by Giddy?
The Eddie is an omega-shaped, FDA Registered Class II Medical Devise which is worn around the base of the male organ to stop blood from leaving the male organ and is most commonly referred to as a member ring. The Eddie is unique in that it applies pressure to the deep dorsal vein without putting unnecessary pressure on the arteries or urethra. Why is this important? Too much constriction on the urethra can cause pain when intense point, and the Eddie conversely allows a more relaxed, uninhibited release.
Its unique horseshoe shape gives a more comfortable feel and corresponds to the more oval shape of the male organ that other rings do not. It also has various, removable tension bands that give it a more bespoke fit that amends the ring to the man, not vice versa.
Eddie also comes with an online education program called the "MD Guide," which helps men navigate the mental and emotional aspects of MD as well, making it a more "whole life" approach rather than just a sensual aide. Information given in the guide comes from a panel of respected professionals.
Does the Eddie by Giddy Work?
It could, it just depends on the man and what is causing his MD. The material the Eddie is made of is pretty rigid, unlink the stretchiness of other rings, potentially making it uncomfortable. It also presumes that all men have oval-shaped male organs (they don't, there are actually seven different male organ shapes). However, the physical ring itself can be handy for many men who experience MD.
The real winner in all this is the MD Guide. It provides a 30-day member dysfunction management routine. It provides wise counsel on how to discuss enlarged issues with a partner and how to get through it together.
Other Tips for Improving Member Dysfunction
Men have many options when it comes to dealing with MD. First and foremost, men should always address related underlying medical issues, such as diabetes or heart disease, before treating ED. Keeping a healthy weight, eating well, and a regular exercise and sleep routine can all go a long way in treating MD.
Of course, some opt to treat MD with prescription medications. Male organ pumps and rings are also used with varying levels of success. The more extreme measure, a manhood implant, too has had mixed reviews.
Many men choose to use a more natural tool to improve male organ health. By applying a specially formulated male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) daily, some men find they have harder, more robust and long-lasting hard-ons. That's due to vitamin C and L-Arginine in the cream that boosts blood flow to the male organ.
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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