It may be worse in summer, but for some men member odor is a problem for all seasons. Even some men who maintain excellent male organ health habits can find themselves time and again embarrassed by the aroma that pours out when the pants are unzipped. For men with a member odor issue, effective strategies to beat it are essential. Otherwise, that rank smell is going to repel potential partners long before they have a chance to hit the sheets with the guy.
Member odor essentially is due to sweat, which the member is prone to do. After all, it’s (often) surrounded by a thick thatch of insulating hair, it’s nestled between heat-producing thighs and it spends an inordinate amount of time trapped beneath two heat-inducing layers of clothing.
So what can a guy do to keep his manhood from being a member odor manufacturing machine? These strategies can help.
Shaving male organ hair used to be considered a little outre, but nowadays more and more men are taking a razor to the basement. Some guys shave it bald, others opt for a decent trim; either way, it helps reduce the amount of insulation in the area and thus helps reduce the sweat and resulting odor. Of course, a dude wants to be careful with how he handles the razor down there, but for many it’s an easy way to cool things down a bit.
Dry off thoroughly
Clearly, washing the manhood regularly is necessary to ward off member odor. But so is drying the member after washing. If a guy just gives his male organ a quick, arbitrary toweling off, the water he leaves behind may hang around the rest of the day, becoming rank with bacteria as the day progresses.
The more water a person drinks, the healthier they are. And when there is a greater amount of water in the body, it tends to dilute the stronger smelling chemicals and ingredients that come out in the sweat. It sometimes means a guy sweats more, but his sweat has less pungent aroma to it.
Citrus fruits in general tend to help reduce body odor, but limes are reputed to be especially helpful. Now a man shouldn’t go rubbing a lime on his manhood – that would definitely sting – but adding some lime to all that water he’s imbibing is an excellent idea. Lime’s disinfectant qualities are a damper to damaging bacteria.
Men who smoke are courting disaster. Tobacco products cause considerable damage to the lungs, cardiovascular system and other body parts – and they add to member odor issues. Many smokers have a strong scent that can become especially pronounced around the manhood – which doesn’t help their chances of getting any oral sensual activity.
Finally, it’s a basic idea that makes good sense: let the member out for a while. Just as people need to occasionally air out bedrooms or furniture, so does the manhood need some freedom. Spending time bare allows unwanted odors to disperse. Sleeping bare can be an excellent way to achieve this goal; otherwise, scheduling some alone time and just letting it all hang out can do the trick.
Using strategies to successfully bring member odor to its knees makes a man feel better about himself. He can be aided in his quest by daily application of a first class male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The crème chosen needs to include vitamin A among its ingredients. Vitamin A is blessed with strong antibacterial properties which actively fight the bacteria that can create strong member odor. It also helps if the crème contains vitamin D, the so-called “miracle vitamin.” Vitamin D helps to strengthen overall male organ health, and the healthier the manhood, the better able it is to withstand member odor attacks.
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.