Male organ sensitivity is something a guy takes for granted - until one day he finds that he’s suffered a loss in this area. Member health is crucial for continuing male organ sensitivity at the appropriate level, but when a loss occurs, it may take some time to determine what alterations to a routine are needed. Knowing how to handle a loss of male organ sensitivity enables a man to better deal with the situation. |
Determine the cause
The first thing to do is to find out what may have led to this loss of male organ sensitivity. The good news is that very often the cause is not very serious and can be easily remedied.
For example, although statistics are not kept, it’s safe to say that one of the leading causes of loss of sensitivity is rough handling of the member. This can come through either self-pleasuring or partner-based sensual activity (or, of course, both). The manhood is stroked repeatedly with too tight a grip, or insufficient lubrication is used during sensual activity. This leads to peripheral nerve damage, wherein the nerves cannot function properly - and thus the sensations a man associates with male organ stimulation diminish.
But there can be other reasons. For example, diminished blood flow to the member may result in tumescence that is less full and therefore less reactive to stimulation. Smoking, diabetes, high blood pressure, anemia, prostate issues, depression and some other medical conditions can bring about blood flow issues. But sometimes the cause is more direct, such as riding a bicycle for too long a period of time, which can cause numbness to the manhood area and a consequent temporary impact on blood flow.
Work on the cause
Once the cause has been determined, a man needs to take steps to address the cause. Medical conditions will most likely require the assistance of a doctor. For example, a system may need to be devised for better managing diabetes, dietary changes may be suggested to raise hemoglobin and/or iron levels in a person with anemia, or a prescription may be required to bring down high blood pressure.
Lifestyle changes may be the answer for other causes. Although quitting smoking is difficult, working with a professional can be effective. Cyclists often find that changing the style of seat they use eases male organ numbness.
And, of course, handling the manhood in a less "enthusiastic" fashion can make a big difference. Using lubricant (and replenishing it as needed) helps keep many a member from becoming raw and sore. Some men find that wearing a barrier protective device, even when engaging in sensual activity in a long-term monogamous relationship, helps protect their sensitivity.
Without becoming obsessive, it also helps when a man is aware of what is "normal" for his member. There is some natural variation in male organ sensitivity from encounter to encounter, so having a feel for whether his sensitivity is in its "comfort zone" enables a man to know whether he may need to take steps.
Finally, men who worry about a loss of male organ sensitivity need to be proactive rather than reactive. They need to regularly use a top drawer member health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) so that the manhood is in better overall shape to fight against loss of manhood sensitivity. Key to this outcome is using a crème with L-carnitine, an amino acid that has been shown to protect against peripheral nerve damage caused by friction, compression, and other common injuries. Maintaining good blood flow is also crucial, so the crème needs to include L-arginine. This ingredient is involved in the process that helps keep manhood blood vessels open and receptive to increase 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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