You’re watching a hot sensual scene, getting it on in your backseat, or you’re taking a little "me time" with your favorite website, and, well, you notice things aren’t happening down there. What’s going on? It could be something called male organ numbness. There are quite a few reasons a man can be the bewildered owner of a numb member. Read on to learn how male organ numbness reached you and then how to get him back up and at ’em! |
1) Male Organ Injury - Known also as male organ traumas, member injuries can cause male organ numbness. A male organ injury damages the blood vessel, which are essential to a healthy member because they bring the blood that produces a hard-on. Lots of things can hurt a member, such as rough sensual activity, too much self-pleasuring, using a too-tight grip for self-pleasure, sensual aids, and group sports.
2) Neuropathy - Neuropathy is when a limb or appendage goes numb. This numb member is often the effect of an illness or condition but can also be the result of the regular pinching of a nerve (say in the hip area). Neuropathy wears 2 masks. One time it feels like a cold numbness, and the next time it feels like pins-and-needles or lightning shooting through the member. Medical conditions such as diabetes, obesity, lupus, multiple sclerosis, and some cancers can cause neuropathy.
3) Peyronie’s Disease - Peyronie’s disease is a condition in which the member has a curve of more than 20 percent. In addition to being a painful disease, Peyronie’s disease has been associated with loss of member sensation in some men. The scar tissue that causes Peyronie’s can be less sensitive than regular tissue, resulting in loss of male organ sensation.
4) Lifestyle - Lifestyle is a big part of health, but it’s often the thing people are most reticent to change. Diet and exercise are significant factors that need to be addressed if there aren’t already healthy behaviors in practice. Stress can also make the problem worse, so be sure to incorporate stress-reduction techniques into each day. Changes in lifestyle have been shown time and time again to yield big results.
Member Power: How to Get It Back!
Want a more sensitive member? In most cases, a man can regain sensitivity with a little dedication and a little help. Here are a few ways to breathe life back into a man’s boner.
Address the root disease if it’s the cause. Work with doctors and therapists to first treat the disease and then treat the symptom, not vice versa. Whole-body health should always be the number one focus.
- Wear looser pants and underwear to give the big guy some space and not have to spend the day hugging fabric, which desensitizes it.
- Spend some time each day letting it all hang out in a personal space. A little air also prevents too much contact for the member.
- More movement - sitting all day can deaden the nerves in the pelvic basin. Get up every hour or two to give them some freedom.
- Don’t go too hard or too often (in a row) getting it on.
- For men who cycle, get a padded seat cover and padded shorts to reduce the hard compression against the nerves for prolonged rides.
Proper member care can also preserve sensation and decrease the chances of male organ numbness. Lightly, but thoroughly, wash it with a gentle cleanser and warm water, then rinse and air dry. Put a cherry on your regimen by applying a specially formulated male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin). This oil has L-carnitine because it promotes male organ sensitivity. In addition, vitamins A, C, D, and E have wonderful skin-soothing and -healing powers.
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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