One reason that guys like to practice good male organ health is that it can have an impact on their male organ function. There are many components to good male organ health, such as proper male member hygiene, use of protection during sensual encounters, and maintenance via application of a male organ health crème. But for many men, one way to help maintain or sometimes boost male organ function is through manhood-specific exercises. |
Keep it in play
Although the male organ isn’t a muscle, it needs to be treated like one in some ways - and that means giving it the exercises it needs to stay fit. "Use it or lose it" often applies to the member as much as to other things. One difference is that sometimes exercises for the manhood can actually be a lot of fun.
For example, simply engaging in sensual activity - whether with a partner or with one’s own hand or applicable sensual toy - is one of the best male organ exercises there is. It also helps male organ function because, as the saying goes, "practice makes perfect."
But sometimes even for men who are very sensually active, there can be a need for a little extra help in the male organ function department. That’s where edging exercises can come in handy.
What is edging? It’s a term used to indicate a "stop and start" method of sensual activity, most often used in self-stimulation. The idea is for a man to self-pleasure as usual, stroking himself to a state of excitement where he is almost ready to release seed - when he gets to the "edge" of releasing. He should then stop self-gratifying and let the desire to release seed subside, then resume self-fondling again. When he returns to the edge of releasing seed, he stops again.
The idea is to do this repeatedly for as long a time as possible. If a man typically self-pleasures, for say, ten minutes, he might start out by edging for 20 minutes, then the next time try for 30, then 45, etc. (Some men enjoy edging for hours, but an individual should decide what works best for himself.)
Edging benefits male organ function by helping a man learn how to prolong his need to release seed.
Another manhood-specific exercise is called Kegel exercises. Basically, this helps strengthen the muscles in the pelvic floor, which can strengthen the member in turn.
But how does a guy find these muscles? The best way is for a man to wait until he needs to urinate. After he starts urinating, he should stop in mid-stream and notice which muscles he uses to prevent the urine flow. These are the muscles that he wants to exercise.
Kegel exercises are simple. They just involve contracting and releasing the aforementioned muscles, holding them tight for 3 to 5 seconds, then releasing, and repeating the process. Most men start small, doing a set of 3-5 Kegel exercises two or three times a day. They should gradually increase these repetitions and/or the length of time that the muscles are contracted.
Kegel exercises can help strengthen muscles which play a role in male organ function, especially where tumescence maintenance is concerned.
Exercises to improve male organ function should be a part of most men’s male organ health regimen, as should daily application of a first rate male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The ideal crème is going to contain many ingredients, including two important ones: L-arginine and L-carnitine. The former is a valuable amino acid which is intended to boost production of nitric oxide; this helps create situations where male organ blood vessels can more easily expand when blood flow is increased during tumescences. The latter has neuroprotective properties which can help prevent loss of sensation in the manhood, especially due to rough handling or overuse.
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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