There’s nothing quite so disappointing as a soldier that will not come when called. However, this is something that most men experience at some point in their lives. But don’t call the doc for the little blue tablet quite yet, there are several commonsense ways to fight a weak firmness. Let’s try those first.
Tip #1: Trim That Waistline!
Protruding gut stopping you from seeing or feeling your member? It’s time to lose weight! Many men who find their middle expanding also have a higher instance of diabetes. Not only is that bad for a man’s health, it also causes problems down south. In fact, more than 50 percent of all men with diabetes are impotent. Basically, it makes the member numb.
Employ a healthy diet and check blood sugar regularly. If you already have diabetes, make the same lifestyle changes, but also talk to your doctor about other options to regain your vigor.
Tip #2: Hit It! The Gym, That Is.
Blood flow is the critical piece to every boner. What helps blood flow? Exercising! Cardio increases the amount of nitric oxide in the body, which opens blood vessels and allows fast and steady transport to the member. However, try to stay off the bike if possible. Cyclists have more trouble with male organ dysfunction due to the long time spent on bicycle seats, which compresses the member and desensitizes it.
Tip #3: Be Faithful
Before prescribing a male enhancement medication, many doctors first ask patients if they are getting action from others outside of their relationship. Why? Guilt is a common culprit when it comes to weak male organs. Guilt over cheating becomes anxiety, and then the member retreats and is no longer interested in rising. Be faithful or be honest with yourself and your partner.
Tip #4: Quit Smoking
There are a lot of reasons to kick this nasty and unhealthy habit. In a study at the University of Kentucky, researchers found that when men who smoked were asked to rate their intimate lives on a scale of one to ten, they gave it a five, while non-smokers averaged nine. Smoking damages blood vessels and potentially the manhood tissue, which makes it less able to stretch for blood flow. Hence, weak firmness or none at all. Pick one, the cancer sticks or your donger. The choice should be easy.
Tip #5: Catch Plenty of ZZZs
Here’s something to file under “The More You Know.” Every night while a man sleeps, he has between three and five hour-long boners. What’s up with that? Well, it happens to recharge the member with oxygenated blood, which is kind of like its fuel. This makes the male organ tissue more flexible, which, in turn, keeps the member stronger for longer, so get that shut-eye!
Tip #6: Have a Cuppa Joe
Pull out the French press! According to a study by the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, men who had a caffeine equivalent of two to three cups of coffee per day were less likely to experience male organ dysfunction. Clearly caffeine keeps everyone up!
Tip #7: Use Some Lotion for More Motion
Many men have found success with special lotions or crèmes to motivate their member to show his strong side. Using a male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) is one way to bring more va-va-voom into an otherwise deflated member. Using a crème with vital member promoters such as vitamins A, B, C, D, and E and essential amino acids like L-carnitine and L-arginine keep the member feeling youthful, powerful, and excited for action. These crèmes can also provide protection from nerve damage and free radicals, which age the member early and rob it of sensitivity, while boosting blood flow. Apply daily for best results.
By incorporating one or more of these tips into your daily regimen, your member will call in strong every day!
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com/ for additional information on 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.