Having trouble in the bedroom? Some men find that they suffer a loss of desire at some point, or, despite their urges, they simply can no longer perform how they used to, or even at all. Sensual health is important both for male organ care and overall well-being; an inability to achieve tumescence and/or release, typical symptoms of performance dysfunction, can have a significant impact on a man’s general health as well as on his relationships. |
It’s wise to ask oneself whether weight might be the source of lost desire or performance dysfunction. Men can familiarize themselves with the connections between obesity and manhood health below. Finally, they will find some useful tips at the end of this article for combating both problems at once.
There is an obvious connection between feelings of guilt, shame or disgust concerning one’s body and the lack of desire to expose it to someone else. If a man hates his body, his romantic drive will likely be damaged.
While it’s important for anyone who is overweight to make some lifestyle changes for overall health, this doesn’t require that a man hate his body how it is or feels shame toward it. Making those changes can help a man feel good about himself, but another thing men can do to combat negative body image is to cultivate some media literacy. That means learning that the images one sees in magazines and movie posters depict a very narrow range of body types, and these bodies are further altered by editing software. While the unrealistic standards of American beauty culture primarily target women, men are not immune. If a man constantly compares himself to unattainable images, he won’t get over his shame, even if he gets into better shape.
A healthy sensual drive requires an ample amount of male hormone in a man’s body. High levels of body fat are associated with high levels of a chemical called SBHG that binds with male hormone. Researchers believe that, the more SBHG there is to bind to male hormone, the less of the latter is available to the body. That results in a diminished sensual drive.
Obesity is associated with heart disease and type 2 diabetes, which in turn are associated with poor circulation. This can affect manhood health; the male organ relies on unimpeded blood flow in order to achieve firmness. The oxygen in blood is also needed to maintain manhood sensitivity. When circulation is affected, performance function is affected.
Combating Obesity-Related Performance Problems
The following tips are some things men can try to get things back to normal - or even better than before - in the bedroom:
- Try to lose 10 pounds. This amount can create a boost in male hormone and, in turn, sensual drive and function.
- Eat well whether or not weight loss occurs. Fresh fruits and vegetables and plenty of fiber in the diet will help keep blood vessels clear.
- As mentioned above, get media literate. Men should try to resist comparing themselves to unrealistic standards and be positive about their bodies.
- Talk to partners about any self-consciousness that may be present. Hearing from a partner that he or she finds a man lovely as he is may give a much-needed confidence boost.
- Keep up appearances. A man can promote positive body image and self-esteem by keeping himself clean - and this is particularly true in the private area. Making sure the male organ is thoroughly clean and free of odors eliminates one obstacle to a healthy sensual life. A quality male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) with Shea butter, a natural moisturizer, will help keep the skin silky smooth and supple, making it more pleasing to the eye and touch. Other ingredients like L-arginine and acetyl L-carnitine may help combat circulatory and sensation problems as well.
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information most common male organ health issues, tips on improving male organ sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy male organ. 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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