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When Male Organ Sensitivity is Impacted by Self-Pleasuring By John Dugan

  in Wellness, Fitness and Diet | Published 2016-11-02 03:20:41 | 122 Reads | Unrated

Summary

Although self-pleasuring is a thoroughly enjoyable hobby, some men may find that over time they experience a loss of male organ sensitivity that tempers their self-enjoyment.

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With the easy availability of online adult film, there has been an increase in concerns that aggressive self-pleasuring by men may lead to a loss of male organ sensitivity. Certainly, any man who cares about his member health wishes to avoid such a situation. But is there evidence that this is actually occurring? And if so, what can a man do about it?

Lack of studies 

At the moment, there isn’t significant fact-based evidence to back up the theory that we are turning into a culture of manhood-de-sensitized compulsive self-strokers. P

art of this is due to the fact that the kind of randomized clinical trials which are traditionally conducted to provide evidence are woefully lacking in this area (and in many areas involving sensual practices and their effects).

As a result, we are left to rely on unscientific online surveys (which tend to be unrepresentative of the general public and can be heavily influenced by a small group of people) and on anecdotal evidence (e.g., “Since three men I know have reported a loss of male organ sensitivity and they self-stimulate a lot, it must be a trend all over the world.”).

Whether loss of male organ sensitivity is increasing or not, however, it always pays to know some strategies for helping to deal with this, in the event that a man finds it is happening to him.

Strategies 

Some of these strategies include:

- Stop self-gratifying so much. A no-brainer, of course, but if a man believes his self-pleasuring is “deadening” his manhood and decreasing his sensual enjoyment, his best recourse is to decrease the frequency of his fondling. In some cases, this may mean cutting back; a man who self-stimulates daily may want to try self-stimulating every other day instead, for example. But sometimes it may mean taking a “self-pleasuring vacation” and stopping self-groping for a week or two, until the member has time to heal and get back in shape for more action. Of course, sometimes stopping self-pleasuring can be challenging, especially for a dedicated self-stroker – but it can be worth it.

- Ease up a bit. Often the problem is not how often one self-stimulates but how aggressively he does so. For example, some men really get caught up in a frenzy and may subject to their member to unduly rough handling while self-gratifying. This can cause peripheral nerve damage that seriously diminishes male organ sensitivity. Alternatively, a man may use a seriously tight “death grip” while self-handling, or may actually pound his member severely. Learning to be more gentle with the manhood can pay off with a return of male organ sensation.

- Lube up a bit. The excessive friction from aggressive self-pleasuring can be duplicated if a guy self-gratifies more gently but does not use sufficient lubrication. Many men like to go with “raw handling,” using only the lubrication that the manhood naturally provides. But this often is not sufficient, especially when self-fondling for an extended period of time. Utilizing an appropriate lubricant helps prevent damage and maintain sensitivity.

- Switch things up. Sometimes it can also help to add some variety to the self-pleasuring routine. For instance, if a man typically self-stimulates with the right hand, he might try using the left occasionally. If he focuses almost exclusively on the head of the member, he may try to incorporate rubbing the shaft. Incorporating a sensual toy, such as a fake female organ toy, might be beneficial. Going a different way can help those areas of the manhood which have been de-sensitized to rest and replenish.

Use an appropriate male organ health crème. Perhaps most important of all, a man should really attack loss of male organ sensitivity through self-pleasuring by finding and using a quality member health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The crème must contain a neuroprotective ingredient which fights peripheral nerve damage; acetyl L carnitine is a first rate choice in this category and can help to heal the manhood and restore lost feeling. If the crème also contains a combination of hydrators (such as Shea butter and vitamin E) to moisturize the skin and restore suppleness, so much the better.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy member. 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.