According to a study conducted by Claire Yang and William Bradley of the University of Washington, Seattle, the dorsal nerve, which runs along the top of the man organ, is the most important nerve in terms of the sensual response. Furthermore, the head of the manhood, is overall the most sensitive, as it is filled with a large number of nerve endings.
Because this neural tissue is so important to the experience of sensual pleasure, maintaining nerve health is essential. Handling the manhood properly and supporting nerve health with the right combination of male organ vitamins and minerals may help to protect the nerves from desensitizing damage or to recover after damage to the neural tissue. In addition, understanding what causes nerve damage is essential to avoiding loss of manhood sensitivity.
Causes of male organ nerve damage
Male organ nerve sensitivity is a complex issue, and a number of factors can affect it. While lack of responsiveness to sensual stimulus can be related to chronic health issues, such as diabetes, spinal injury, and cardiovascular problems, peripheral nerve damage that occurs as the result of rough handling is much more common.
Aggressive self-pleasuring, particularly without the benefit of lubricants, is a leading cause of male organ sensitivity loss. Use of stretching devices or performing so-called stretching or lengthening exercises has also been frequently blamed for damage to the dorsal nerve. Although there are numerous products such as rings and extenders, male organ stretching techniques that are marketed to men looking to increase their size, it is important to point out that there is no scientific evidence that these products make more than a marginal (and temporary) difference. On the other hand, there is a very real risk of nerve damage, not to mention structural damage to the manhood that can cause loss of sensation and overall loss of male organ function.
Symptoms of nerve damage to the manhood
Men experiencing sensitivity loss due to nerve damage may experience a number of symptoms:
• Difficulty achieving or maintaining arousal;
• Lack of firmness during arousal;
• Inability to feel light touch (from fingers, soft cloth, feathers, etc.) on the shaft or head;
• Inability to sense warm or cold on the shaft or head;
• Difficulty achieving release, or inability to achieve release.
Treating reduced manhood sensitivity
Following the suggestions given here may help to restore normal male organ sensitivity; in addition, these tips may help to prevent the damage that can lead to reduced sensation.
First, men who note a loss of responsiveness should give the manhood time to recover. Taking a few days (or even weeks) off from self-stimulating or partner activity can allow the body’s natural healing properties time to work, restoring damaged nerve cells. For men who cannot abstain from self-pleasuring, only a light touch should be used.
Second, lubrication should be used for both self-pleasuring and partner activity in order to prevent excessive friction.
Third, therapists recommend experimenting with different types of sensation. Using light touch or changing techniques while self pleasuring, or trying different positions with a partner, can help to "retrain" the nerves of the manhood to respond to alternative stimulation.
Most importantly, it is necessary to support healthy male organ tissue with proper nutrients. Neuroprotective amino acids such as acetyl-L-carnitine, as well as healing vitamins such as vitamin A, C and B5, are recommended for prevention of nerve damage and restoration of damaged neural tissue. Treating the manhood skin with a specialized male organ health formula (most health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) that contains these nutrients, as well as natural moisturizers for keeping the skin well-hydrated, may support overall manhood sensitivity and protect against reduced male organ sensation.
For additional information on most common men's health issues, tips on improving male organ sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy lifestyle visit: http://www.man1health.com/. John Dugan is a professional writer who specialized in men's health issues and contributes feature articles and blogs to numerous publications.
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