With todayâ€™s greater openness about all things sensual comes a greater emphasis on male organ health. This is all to the good, as the more attention a man pays to this, the better off he will be. One area of concern for those seeking to maintain a healthy manhood is how what a person puts in the body affects the manhood. For instance, many men enjoy an alcoholic beverage on occasion. But does imbibing alcohol carry any male organ health risks?
To address that question, the following facts are offered:
â€¢A lot depends on the man. And the alcohol. Every person is affected in a different way by alcohol, depending on a large number of factors â€“ their height, weight, general fitness, age, experience with alcohol, stamina/endurance, whether they are rested/fatigued, mood, psychological balance, time of day, etc. And the kind of alcohol â€“ beer vs. whiskey, for example â€“ also plays a role in determining effect. So, in some cases, one man may find that a glass of wine relaxes him and helps him perform better in bed. A different man may find that the same glass of wine has the opposite effect.
â€¢But too much alcohol is always bad. Too much alcohol, or consuming alcohol over too long a period, is not conducive to a healthy manhood. Consuming too much can dampen sensitivity in the male organ, which can mean that when a guy comes, it is not as pleasurable as it usually is. It can also affect the sensual drive, sometimes making a man less interested in intimacy. And it can often impede stimulation, so that even if a man is totally interested, his manhood may not respond in an appropriate manner.
â€¢Alcohol can lessen male hormone levels. Too much alcohol can, due to a lengthy process, decrease a guyâ€™s androgen levels. This helps explain why his urges may be impacted. But lower androgen also can lead to lower fertility levels. And â€“ crucially for a lot of guys â€“ low androgen can in some instances be linked with a bit of male organ shrinkage.
â€¢Stop drinking before babymaking. According to a 2017 article in the Journal of Menâ€™s Health, men who drink alcohol should cut it out three months before they decide to start making a baby with a partner. The study looked at the fertility of occasional alcohol drinkers. It found that there was no difference in fertility between those who drank and those who didnâ€™t â€“ but that there was a higher percentage of damaged DNA in the seed of those who drank. Abstaining for three months can help clear the system.
â€¢Shakespeare advised against it. The effect of alcohol on a healthy manhood was well known even in Elizabethan times. In Macbeth, William Shakespeare says of drinking that it â€œprovokes the desire, but takes away the performanceâ€ â€“ in other words, makes a guy feel like demonstrating his prowess but then puts his prowess to sleep.
â€¢Itâ€™s not always the booze. Of course, sometimes a guy has male organ function issues that are unrelated to alcohol. Itâ€™s important to figure out whether alcohol is a factor or not so that a person can know what steps to take to fix the issue.
Maintaining a close watch on oneâ€™s alcohol intake can help make for a healthy manhood, but that by itself is not enough. For example, any manâ€™s male organ health regimen should also include regular application of a top drawer male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Select one that includes vitamin C, which is a key component of collagen (which provides skin elasticity and is vital for enlargement of the organ). The best crÃ¨me should also include vitamin A, the anti-bacterial properties of which can help battle unwanted and persistent odor.
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 manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.