An unhealthy lifestyle can affect all aspects of a man's well-being, and male organ sensation loss is often a result of poor overall health. With the right changes, sensitivity may be improved.
February 3, 2014 (Newswire.com) - In spite of all of the current research that points to unhealthy living as the underlying cause of a multitude of health problems, obesity rates continue to soar, especially among younger generations. Admittedly, it can be extraordinarily difficult to change habits that are learned early on, and even individuals who are motivated to lose weight and get healthy may struggle with this process. However, it is important for men and women alike to understand how their lifestyle can affect their overall health, both in the long and short term. And for men, in particular, one effect of an unhealthy lifestyle can be especially devastating - the loss of male organ sensation that comes with obesity-related health issues. Some of the effects of obesity on male organ health and function are described here.
How an unhealthy lifestyle can affect male organ sensation
1. Limited circulation - Unhealthy living, including a diet that is high in harmful fats and cholesterol, can clog the arteries and seriously impact the circulation. Furthermore, the extra pressure caused by excessive body fat compresses the blood vessels; the resulting loss of circulation can cause loss of sensation to the appendages, including the male organ - much like sitting on a hand can make it go numb after a period of time.
2. Direct damage to the blood vessels - One of the most serious obesity-related issues is, of course, type 2 diabetes; this systemic disease affects all parts of the body and can have life-altering consequences if it is not controlled. Diabetes is characterized by high levels of blood glucose. These excess sugars in the blood act as toxins, gradually destroying many of the tissues of the body. Among the first to be affected is the circulatory tissue, meaning that there are fewer healthy blood vessels available to carry blood throughout the body; and again, the appendages - the arms, legs, and male organ - are often impacted the most.
3. Loss of nerve function - As with the circulatory tissue, the intricate network of nerve tissue that serves all parts of the body can be damaged by high glucose levels, leading to a condition known as diabetic neuropathy. This condition can cause loss of sensation in the extremities, such as the fingers and toes, as well as in the male organ.
Taking care for better health
Fortunately, many of these issues can be resolved by keeping blood sugar under control and losing weight. Although making the lifestyle changes needed for better health can seem difficult, if not impossible at first, men who stick to a new routine that includes healthy eating, exercise, and regular checkups with their doctor will see positive results. Increased strength and energy and an overall more positive mental state are almost certain to come from making these healthy changes, and improved male organ sensation can be an important benefit, as well.
Added insurance with male organ-specific nutrients
Nothing can substitute for adopting a healthy lifestyle, including losing weight, eating a reasonable diet, and getting plenty of exercise. However, men who are serious about improving their overall health, as well as their reproductive health, can add a little extra insurance to their daily personal care regimen to ensure that the male organ is as healthy and resilient as possible. Applying a top-drawer male organ nutrient cream (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) after a daily shower, when the skin is most absorbent, can provide the male tissue with an added nutrient boost. A crème containing vitamins A and C can improve the overall tone and texture of the skin, while vitamin D can contribute to healthy cell metabolism. Amino acids such as acetyl L carnitine and L arginine can help increase blood flow to the male organ for better sensual response. A formula that contains these ingredients, as well as high-quality moisturizers such as Shea butter, may even help to improve sensitivity in men who have reduced sensation related to diabetic neuropathy.