Cuddling up by a nice roaring fire is a great way to beat the icy winter weather – but unfortunately, most men can’t spend the entire winter that way. Venturing out into the cold and the wind is a reality all have to face, and it pays to think about some male organ protection strategies for the cold months. Male organ health isn’t only a warm weather affair, of course, so taking steps to protect the member from the throes of winter is well worth it. |
So what male organ protection steps can a man take to keep his willie warm during winter?
When heading out into a snowstorm – or just an intensely cold day, it pays to be well bundled up. People are very good about putting on scarves, gloves and hats, and many people layer themselves in sweaters as well as coats. But not every guy pays proper attention to the member. There are several things a guy can do to help keep his manhood warmer. One simple DIY method is to place a sock inside the underwear, either wrapping it around the manhood or sticking the manhood inside of the sock’s open top. Wearing more than one pair of underwear can also help – for example, wearing a jock covered by a pair of briefs covered by boxers can be a good way to keep the cold away. And, especially for those athletically inclined who jog or run in the cold weather, wind briefs – which provide extra padding in the crotch – can be a good alternative. And this really should go without saying, but for those men who prefer to go commando – reserve this habit for the warmer days and put on at least one pair of underwear for the cold.
Warm up before going outside.
The member will better resist the cold if it starts from a warmer place. Make sure that the house or apartment is sufficiently warm before getting dressed. If a guy has showered recently, be sure the manhood is totally dry, a sweetness will make the member that much colder. Add an extra layer of male organ protection by warming the member up in front of a fire (if one is handy), a heating source (without getting too close) or by rubbing it with one’s hands (if one can resist the urge to self-gratify).
Tuck it in.
Sometimes a dude just needs to step outside for a few minutes and doesn’t want to go to the bother of layering on the underwear or standing in front of a fire. In such cases, one age old trick is to take the manhood and tuck it down between the legs. It’s only a temporary solution, but it can work when just, say, quickly taking the garbage cans out to the street corner.
The member is naturally much warmer when it is tumescent. Cold air tends to have a deflating effect on the member, but some men find that going outdoors with a full tumescence often provides enough heat for a while to keep away the excess cold.
Winter months also require male organ protection beyond just the effects of cold weather, so reliable use of a top notch male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is desirable. For example, cold weather often dries out manhood skin, even when the member is not directly exposed to the air. For that reason, guys need a crème with a combination of moisturizing agents, such as shea butter and vitamin E. Male organ circulation can also take a beating in the winter, so find a crème that also includes L-arginine. This amino acid helps boost nitric oxide, which in turn helps manhood blood vessels expand, making them more receptive to warming blood flow.
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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