It may seem strange, but male organ health is often impacted by things that might seem unrelated to the manhood—for example, aspects of diabetes can bring about a tumescent male organ problem. By the same token, there can be issues related to the member that can have an impact on seemingly unrelated other parts of the body. One of the more interesting examples of this involves an active tumescent male organ, as some scientists believe that people who have sensual activity more frequently have an improvement in their memory.
Scientists have good reason to draw this conclusion: they have studied the relationship between sensual activity and memory. For example, in one study, 78 individuals were asked about their frequency of sensual activity. They were then tested on their word memorization skills. Those who reported more frequent rates of sensual activity did noticeably better on the memory quiz.
As most people know, there are many who suffer some degree of memory loss as they age. A more recent large-scale study, from 2018, explored sensual activity and cognitive decline in older adults. In that study, more than 6000 people who were at least 50 years of age took a test that assessed their memory capabilities. They also provided information on a range of subjects, including their frequency of sensual activity. Two years later, the same subjects were given another memory test. After taking into account various variables, it was found that there was better memory performance in those who were more sensually active. (This is not to say that there was no memory decline—just that the decline was comparatively smaller among those more frequently engaging in sensual activity.)
Of course, these and other studies have not demonstrated that it is actually sensual activity itself that causes an improvement in memory. It may be that people who engage more in sensual activity also have a stronger bond with a partner, which might give emotional ties that impact memory. Or perhaps they are more frequently involved in mental activities with these partners, such that their memories are thereby kept sharper.
However, there is reason to believe that sensual activity does play some role in improving memory. By using special technology, scientists can measure neurological activity in the hippocampus. The more neurological activity, the more “work” there is being done in that part of the brain—and in rats, that part of the brain is found to be more active when they are engaged in sensual activity.
Anecdotally, there is also evidence. Although there’s a common myth that men let their tumescent male organ think for them, the fact is that many men report having a clearer head and mindset after sensual activity. This does not correlate to memory, but it does support the idea of post-sensual activity neural activity.
The jury may still be out, but it pays to keep one’s tumescent male organ healthy just in case its activity does affect memory—and for purely sensual reasons as well. Daily use of a top-drawer male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is one good way to keep the manhood in better shape. Men should look carefully at the labels on these creams and find one that includes both L-arginine and L-carnitine. The former is an amino acid that is involved in the production of nitric oxide. This in turn helps keep male organ blood vessels open and expanded for increased blood flow. L-carnitine has neuroprotective properties, which are helpful when a member that has been over-aggressively handled runs the risk of losing sensitivity.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving male member 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.