Manhood sensitivity is something most men simply take for granted. They know that when their manhood is touched and stroked (whether by a partner or by themselves), their body experiences the tremendous sensations that make sensual activity so exciting and enjoyable. Clearly, manhood sensitivity is crucial for a man’s sensual life and he will want to be sure he maintains excellent male organ health in order to help maintain a proper level of male organ sensation. And it may be that some surprising factors – such as diet – can have an impact in this area.
Why is the member so prone to extreme sensations anyway? For the same reason that any part of the body demonstrates a tendency to react to stimulation: nerves. The neural network runs throughout the body. Nerve endings are near the surface of the skin. They pick up stimulation – a touch on the arm, a kick in the pants, a stroking of the member – and send a signal back to the brain that something is going on. The brain sends a signal back so that a man turns around to the touch on the arm, yells “Ouch” to the kick in the pants, and sighs and moans at the stroking of the member.
The manhood tends to have many more nerve endings per square inch than other parts of the body. Because male organ skin is so thin (especially when the member is firm and the skin is stretched out), those nerve endings are more receptive to stimulation – thus the higher degree of manhood sensitivity compared to other parts of the body.
Because of that sensitivity and the pleasure it affords, men really like to have their manhood fondled. Sometimes, though, when a man is in pursuit of seed release through male organ stimulation, he may find himself in situations where the all-important friction is a little too much. Perhaps he is engaging in coupling without appropriate lubrication or he’s furiously self-pleasuring with a grip that is extremely tight. Short term, these activities produce the desired result – a tremendous seed release – but over time, they may “mute” the degree of sensitivity in the organ. When that happens, there’s a somewhat “deadened” sensation that can interfere with a guy’s sensual enjoyment.
So why should what a guy eats have any effect on how sensitive his manhood is? Basically because what we eat has an effect on all parts of our bodies and lives – including the member. Research has indicated that diets with vitamins B12 and E, as well as folate, help increase sensitivity all over. So if a man has reduced manhood sensitivity, he may want to up his intake of these nutrients.
What foods are good for vitamins B12 and E and folate? Lots of dairy products contain B12, as do many kinds of seafood – and liver is especially high in B12. Meanwhile, spinach is a winner for both folate and vitamin E. Folate is also found in many other green vegetables, as well as citrus fruits. And vitamin E is abundant in many nuts (almonds, peanuts, pine nuts) and oils (olive oil, wheat germ oil, etc.), as well as trout and salmon.
Meanwhile, avoiding fatty foods is good for manhood sensitivity. Cholesterol dampens nerve endings, so watch those high-fat foods, especially when eating red meat.
Diet can help maintain manhood sensitivity, but more help may be required. That’s where regularly using a first rate male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) comes in handy. Select a crème that contains L carnitine, an amino acid which has neuroprotective properties that can help restore loss of sensation. It also helps if the crème contains L-arginine, an ingredient which helps produce the nitric oxide that keeps manhood blood vessels open and flowing.
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.