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Forget a Chafed Manhood – it’s the Refractory Period that’s Annoying By John Dugan

  in Wellness, Fitness and Diet | Published 2016-10-19 04:34:02 | 206 Reads | Unrated

Summary

Having a great time in the sack might be dampened by not only a chafed manhood, but an annoying refractory period. Why can’t a man go again as soon as he wants to?

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Women are quite fortunate creatures. They can fully enjoy an intimate encounter with an eager and enthusiastic partner, savor the ultimate bliss that comes from a satisfying romp, and be ready and raring to go again immediately. But for a man, the spirit might be willing but the body, not so much. Even with top-notch member care, great overall health and more than a little desire for that lovely partner, a man has to deal with the refractory period – a time when no matter how much he wants to enjoy intimacy again, it’s just not going to happen until Nature is ready.

A long romp in the sack might lead to an irritated or chafed manhood. Many men appreciate this ‘badge of honor’ as an indication that they had a good time and provided a great deal of satisfaction to their partner. But about those men who claim to be able to get it on three or four times a night, or even more?

My friends, those men are probably lying.

To understand why they are blowing smoke, let’s look at what really happens to the male body after the ultimate pleasure.

The basics of the refractory period

The refractory period is the time between the initial pleasure plateau and when a man is able to have an additional release of seed. A man can sometimes get hard during this time period, but those ultimate fireworks will be elusive. For some men, getting hard at all during the refractory period will be very difficult, if not impossible.

Most men need at least an hour to get things going again. Estimates range between 30 minutes and 24 hours, and much of that wide spectrum is due to age; the younger a man is, the shorter his refractory period will probably be.

Why does it happen?

When the spirit is willing (and so is the partner) but the body is unable to follow through, it can be incredibly frustrating. But the refractory period is an indication that a man had a great intimacy session. After engaging in the ultimate pleasure, the body releases the hormone prolactin, which is known to hinder arousal and the ability to spill seed.

The spike in prolactin might be stronger for those men who had a more intense and satisfying experience. That means that a really good intimacy session might put a man ‘out of commission’ for several hours.

If a man realizes that his refractory period suddenly becomes much longer than it used to be, there might be other reasons for it. Self-pleasuring regularly will often take away the ‘edge’ that might get a man going again sooner. Drinking alcohol might mean that a guy gets one good firmness to enjoy for a while, but once the pleasure is over, so is his attempt at trying anything else until the alcohol wears off.

Some medications might affect the refractory period as well. Anything that affects the blood pressure or heart can have a say in how long the refractory period is. Those who suffer from diabetes might find that the nerve issues with uncontrolled blood sugars make for an extended refractory period. And sometimes the problem is as simple as an overload of stress or being extremely tired.

Soothing the chafed manhood

A man who realizes that his refractory period has lengthened considerably in a short period of time with no apparent reason should always see the doctor to ensure all is well.

Those who take advantage of a short refractory period and have intimacy several times in a row might encounter a quite happy but chafed manhood. To help ensure things stay healthy and ready for another round, a man should regularly use a fantastic male organ health crème  (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Seek out ingredients that matter most, such as vitamin B5 for cell metabolism, as well as alpha lipoic acid that helps the member resist early on aging. Hydration is most important for a chafed manhood, so look to a crème that contains the luxury of Shea butter as well as a healthy dose of vitamin E.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving 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.

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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.