WHAT IS GOOD AND WHAT IS BAD FOR THE MALE REPRODUCTIVE ORGAN
A MAN’S NETHER REGION SHOULD NOT ONLY BE JUDGED BASED ON HOW IT PERFORMS IN HIS LOVE LIFE BUT IN HIS EVERYDAY LIFE AS WELL.
1. Shrinkage from Too Cold or Too Hot Temperatures
The process of sperm production is optimal at temperatures a little below the normal physical temperature. Men probably know that when they are cool, their penis shrinks. According to the Harvard Health Guides, the blood vessels in the penis shut down due to the cold temperature, but once the blood flow starts, they will become able to expand to their usual size. If the temperature increases from slightly below the normal body temperature to two, three, or four degrees can impact the production of testosterone and the ejaculation in a negative way. Men should maintain their genital region well and avoid wearing tight slacks and spending much time in warm and moist areas like hot tubs if they have any kind of problem conceiving.
2. Prostatic Congestion, or “Blue Balls” During Sexual Arousal
The term ‘blue balls’, as known among men, is medically known as prostatic congestion. This happens especially when sexual arousal levels are now followed by an orgasm. Often times, the pain or the feeling of lingering or discomfort in the testicles is the result of the uneven blood stream that causes increase in the volume of blood trapped in the genitals. Under the influence of this increase, the penis stays erect and the testicles engorged until the volume of blood in the genitals is reduced and the penis and the testicles come back to their regular size.
3. Alcohol Use and Erection
Excess consumption of alcohol is bad for the health of both the liver and the penis. The ability of a man to get a great erection is prevented simply by drinking excess amounts of alcohol or blood alcoholic beverages, says McKinley from the Wellbeing Center at the University of Illinois. The excess amounts of alcohol stimulate less blood volume and more of angiotensin, a hormone linked to erectile dysfunction.
3. Smoking and Penis Arteries
It is well known that smoking cigarettes contributes to the expansion of atherosclerosis, or buildup of plaque in the arteries. Cigarettes clog the arteries of the heart, including the ones that bring blood to the male organ during erections. Moreover, the cigarette smoke contains toxic chemicals that can harm the blood vessels which may possibly cause erectile dysfunction, the National Male Medical Clinics report. Smoking can also damage some tissues in the male organs and prevent its normal function.
4. Penis Home to Bacteria
The skin of the penis can be a great environment for bacteria multiplication, and the presence of bacteria depends on the fact if the man is circumcised or not. The American Society for Microbiology has conducted a study which has revealed that there were fewer types of bacteria around the penises of men who were circumcised, compared to the samples taken from uncircumcised men. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, circumcision alters the ecology of bacteria around the penis, which may explain the reason behind the fact that snipping the foreskin lowers the risk of HIV infection. This statement is explained by the fact that anaerobic bacteria which thrive without the presence of fresh air could cause the immune system to behave in a way that makes cells more prone to HIV.
A normal penis does not only refer to how precisely or well a man performs in the bedroom, but also about how precisely it functions in everyday situations. In case that your penis has issues getting erect, it may reflect health problems that go beyond sex. It may show that you have problems with some other organs, as the penis represents a dipstick signal of health.
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