5 Tips For A Healthier Penis

The penis, in its simplest form, is nothing more than a muscle. And like all of the body’s muscles, the more they are worked out, the healthier and stronger they become. Not only will a maintaining a healthy penis add to a man’s overall health, it may also supply more stamina underneath the sheets. Furthermore, medical experts have long thought testosterone was produced by the testes and adrenal glands. But a fairly new study published by Brown University, suggests penile tissue may also produce testosterone, the male hormone that makes men, well… men.

Testosterone is responsible for the normal growth and development of the male sex organs, the sex drive, and other sexual characteristics. But starting around age 30, men discover they aren’t the same young stud of yesteryears. This is because at age 30 men’s testosterone production can start to level off, or even decline, which can cause a decrease in sperm production and a loss of energetic, youthful enthusiasm for all things manly. The couch, a six-pack of beer and a flat screen TV often start to sound better than a night out with the fellas.

As a man, it’s important to maintain the health of one’s penis, not only to help improve testosterone flow, but also to satisfy their sexual partners. Not sure how to do it? Have no fear. These five tips will help pave the way for a healthier, stronger penis.

1. Eat Better.
Don’t let age snatch away the penis’ properties. A fundamental change in diet can not only help your penis and testes produce the same amount of testosterone after age 30, but it may also increase testosterone production. A fundamental change in eating habits doesn’t mean switching to veggie burgers at a cookout. That would mean taking away the man card. No, eating better simply means that stuffing cheeseburgers away like a professional eating champion has to stop. In fact, those with high blood sugar levels, which can lead to diabetes, are more likely to develop impotency. More than 50 percent of all men with diabetes are impotent. Diabetes also slows down the body’s natural transmission of stimuli along nerves in the body. In other words, the penis becomes numb. Is a daily dose of candy bars and soda worth a numb penis? The answer is clear.

2. Hit the Hay After a Nice Lay.
A running joke among men and their sexual partners is the “grunt and pass out” move, a common occurrence in which men orgasm and then fall asleep immediately afterwards. But now, those same men may have a medical excuse for their caveman behavior. According to Dr. Irwin Goldstein, Managing Director of San Diego Sexual Medicine Center at Alvarado Hospital, a man’s penis needs as much shut eye as it can get. Rest is important because every night while men sleep, their penis is wide awake and typically standing at full attention, meaning that yes, they have three-to five-hour long erection each night. This is not just the body’s parlor trick to please (or annoy) a man’s bedmate. It is a physiological tool that keeps oxygenated blood flowing through the penis.

Remember, the penis is essentially a muscle, and like other muscles, the more blood flow that occurs, the stronger it becomes. Essentially, this means that over time, the more a man sleeps, the stronger his penis becomes which theoretically helps produce stronger erections as the years wear on. The next time a bedmate complains about their partner passing out after sex, men can now say they are simply following the doctor’s orders. Take it a step further and a man may even consider telling his partner that they are sleeping not for selfish reasons, but to maintain a healthy sex life in years to come. Whether a girlfriend or wife will buy the argument is a different story.

3. Put it out.
Smoking is not just bad for the lungs; it’s bad for the penis too. Smoking constricts blood vessels and can lead to plaque buildup that ultimately diminishes blood flow to the penis. With no blood flow, there is no erection. With no erection, there is no action. Smash the butt to maintain looking at their partner’s butt.

4. Beware of hard objects.
By some estimates, more than a third of impotent men have a history of penile trauma, meaning that at some point in their lives they rammed their erect penis somewhere they shouldn’t’ have. Just one misplaced thrust can cause erectile chambers to rupture, tear or snap. As these chambers heal, they lose their elasticity, which can cause pain and eventually impotence.

5. Walk It Off and Exercise.
It’s a no brainer. Everyone knows the more they work out, the better off their muscles are. Yet, studies indicate proof that a man who walks just two miles a day is half as likely to have erection problems as those who don’t. Some suggest men should also take their exercise routine a step further by clinching and tightening their pelvic muscles several times a day. Essentially, this means a man is working out his penis. Women do it all the time. It’s called kegels. Men may simply want to call it mangels. This may benefit urinary tract infections, improved bladder control and ultimately better control of orgasms.

Incorporate these tips to maintain a healthy penis, control testosterone levels and feel good about the manhood. Start now.

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