Article published by : John Dugan on Tuesday, May 02, 2017

Category : Health & Fitness

The Biggest Myths about Manhood Health


Maintaining the best manhood health is very important for any man. But sometimes he can fall victim to a variety of male organ health myths that could mean he is actually doing more harm than good for his favorite equipment. When it comes to good member care, it is vitally important to separate fact from fiction and go only with those things that are certainly true.

To help a man do that, we’ve compiled a short list of manhood health myths that could eventually lead to less-than-stellar member health. Here’s the truth about a man’s male organ.

1. Myth: Soap is a must for cleanliness. In most cases, this would be absolutely true. But when it comes to delicate male organ skin, soap can do more harm than good. Soap can often dry out the skin – even those moisturizing bars that claim to have added lotion can lead to peeling, dry male organ skin. So what’s a man to do? Very mild cleansers designed only for the member are a good bet. Yes, it’s pricier than an average bar of soap, but the benefits are well worth it.

2. Myth: Too much self-gratification is bad. Though many men have heard that paying too much attention to things ‘down there’ could lead to serious problems, science has proven those things are not true. A man will not grow hair on his hands, he will not go blind, and he will not go crazy if he pays a lot of attention to self-pleasuring. In fact, a man’s health can actually improve as he reaps the benefits of stress release from solo play.

3. Myth: A prepuce is unhealthy. Nothing could be further from the truth. Though there has long been concern that a man might be prone to more infections and male organ problems if he has an intact prepuce, science and anecdotal evidence has shown that a man who cleans under the prepuce with every shower won’t have any more issues than a man who is cut.

4. Myth: Talking about manhood health is wrong. Many men know very little about manhood health, or they believe a variety of myths that are tossed about concerning their member. That’s because they were taught not to talk about their male organ. In some cases, that lesson was learned so well that a man might hesitate to talk about manhood health with his physician! It’s important to know that talking about member health is vitally important.

5. Myth: Some male organ potions work. Far too many men fall victim to supplements and other enhancers that say they will make the male organ bigger, longer, help a man last longer in bed, and many other false promises. The truth is that none of those things actually work. Men are constantly disappointed by these products, but they keep purchasing them. Rather than focus on changing his male organ, a man should focus on keeping his manhood healthy.

So what about member health crème?

When men are taught not to pay attention to their male organ or told that they are somehow unhealthy or unclean, it sends a very depressing message. Men should be empowered to embrace their manhood health, and that includes using the right products to help them maintain it. They can begin with a top-notch member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). A guy should look for a crème that contains vitamin A for fighting odor, alpha lipoic acid to fight aging and of course, a great Shea butter base for smooth, supple skin. Applying vitamins and nutrients directly to the male organ can be the first great step in long-term manhood health care.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common manhood health issues, tips on improving member 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 websites.

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