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Fighting an Itchy Male Organ in the Winter By John Dugan

  in Wellness, Fitness and Diet | Published 2016-12-07 10:34:56 | 131 Reads | Unrated

Summary

An itchy male organ can strike a man at any time of the year, but the harsh weather realities make winter an especially opportune time for that dreaded need to scratch.

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Some things are seasonal, others aren’t – and an itchy male organ is a pest for all seasons. That said, there is definitely some seasonal variation in the cause of an itchy male organ. There are factors associated with winter that can make a difference in male organ health and the itch that all men experience at some point. 

Many causes 

As is well known, an itchy male organ can be the result of many things, including jock itch, allergic reaction, scabies and other readily-iden

tifiable causes. But often the itch simply results from a temporary irritant or environmental conditions that cause the skin to dry or become otherwise itch-prone. 

The latter is often more frequently at work in winter than it is at other times of the year. To understand why, it’s necessary to look at the situations which cause dry, itchy skin in general during the winter. 

Winter 

What’s the defining characteristic of winter? Cold weather (although what constitutes cold weather on a tropical island is very different than what constitutes the same in northern Alaska). And when the temperature drops, conditions change both indoors and outdoors such that dry, itchy skin may develop. 

Outside 

Outside, cold weather is often accompanied by harsh winter winds. Exposed skin takes the brunt of it, but truly arctic blasts can cut through clothing and affect skin all over the body. When that wind strikes, it creates a “windburn” situation that dries out the much-needed natural moisturizing skin oils. 

But there’s another effect as well. People have to bundle up to withstand the frigid air. But often the outside wind chill shifts dramatically, so a man may experience periods of both extreme cold and not-so-extreme cold. And in the latter phases, being bundled up may make the body overheat, creating sweat. And often sweat serves to also deplete the body’s natural moisturizing oils. 

Inside 

Ah, but indoors, things are nice and cozy and climate-controlled, right? Not necessarily. Indoor heat often creates a dry, low-humidity situation – and that sucks the moisture right out of the skin as well. 

These winter factors which bring about dry, itchy skin in general can also bring about an itch specifically on the member. 

What to do 

So what can a man do to keep an itchy male organ at bay in winter? 

Hydration is the key here. Dry skin is an invitation to the itch factor, so find ways to keep the body moisturized. For overall body skin hydration, it makes sense to go with the obvious: drink plenty of water. If moisture is being pulled out of the body, put some of it back in. Too many adults do not get enough fluids anyway – and some of what they consider “fluids” aren’t helpful hydrators. Caffeinated drinks (coffee, tea, soda), for example, tend to have a somewhat de-hydrating effect. 

It also pays to remember that liquids aren’t the only recourse for hydration. Increasing the consumption of many fruits and some vegetables is another good way to add water to the body. 

And as for the itchy male organ itself? What winter tips can be offered for it specifically? It can be very helpful to make application of a top drawer manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) a part of a man’s daily health routine. Helping manhood skin get rehydrated can relieve the itch, so a crème needs to have double-barreled moisturizing agents – such as Shea butter and vitamin E. Working together, these two create a moisture seal that helps rehydrate and lock in that hydration. It also pays to use a creme with a potent antioxidant, such as alpha lipoic acid, which can add a back-up weapon to protect male organ cells and keep them healthy rather than itchy.

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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For additional information on most common penis health issues, tips on improving penis sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy penis, visit: http://www.penishealth101.com. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.