People tend to forget that genitals are also parts of the human body and as such, they need to be given the same importance and attention. They are not too different after all and must be treated the same way we treat other parts such as the brain and the heart.
The needed shift is on the way we think that everything sexual is taboo. And that is most especially true now that we have come to understand that social messages affect one’s perception of himself.
Now, sexual dysfunctions are common. Men struggle with penile problems. The good thing is many of them are beginning to realize that it is necessary that they come out in the open to tell their story.
Horrific stories of penises with lumps, rashes, bumps, inflammation, and others that tell of penises that struggle going back to their flaccid state are one by one surfacing. Every one of these people needs help. Otherwise, they will continue to wallow in desperation and lose their interest in sex.
Research has warned that men’s hesitance to talk about what they are going through as regards their sexual problems can adversely affect their sexual and reproductive health.
What Research Says on Penis Size
The good news is penis research is catching up, showing that people have matured to some extent.
What we can do is take advantage of the opportunity that it allows us to learn more about the problems we’re facing.
In a recently published study, it was shown that about 1 in every four men has experienced being ridiculed on account of their penis and sexual health.
Results confirm that many of these men feel embarrassed to seek medical assistance.
We’re talking about people who suffer from diseases that are either fatal or have the potential to diminish a person’s quality of life such as erectile dysfunction, testicular cancer, penile cancer, and prostate cancer.
Turning to penis size problems, what we have on the table is much more than just the need to correct what is happening wrong in the physiological sense.
We’re dealing with something that is psychological, which means that size problems can drive us into thinking that we lack something.
If you are small there, what body image do you have?
How do you rate your own maleness?
If you are small, chances are you belittle yourself.
Research suggests that you are one of those who has low self-perception concerning potency, virility, masculinity, and self-worth.
Here’s one on body image from research done at La Trobe University.
This particular investigation showed that most men are not satisfied with the size of their penis.
A shocking 86% of the 500 men that were interviewed confessed frustration over their penis’s length. Eighty percent said they need improvement in their genitals and over 40% said they are considering surgery for length improvement.
What does it show?
Men are worried about their length and given the chance, they will get that thing between their legs fortified and able to promise more for their partners in bed.
Penis Health Tips
Areas to make improvements on are:
- Well-balanced meals
- Junks foods are a BIG no-no
- Keep away from BAD fats. Saturated fats are not good for bed performance. They clog the arteries in our penises.
- Consume fiber
- Control blood sugar levels
- Food rich in vitamins A, B, C and E
- Include zinc and L-arginine
For dysfunctional erections and impotence problems: Pygeum, Hydrangea Root, Gotu Kola, Saw Palmetto, Dong Quai, Sarsaparilla, Wild Yam, Ginseng, Damania, and Ginkgo Biloba.
Daily exercises can help. Set aside 30 minutes every day for stretching, jumping, jogging, dancing or whatever you think is fun to do while moving your body.
The goal is increased blood flow and every single part of the body, including the penis, needs that.
If you are at high risk for a disease like diabetes or heart disease, all the more that you need to exercise. These diseases and others are major risk factors for impotence.
Aside from masturbation and frequent sex, research suggests the following for improvement of penile health:
- Drop smoking. If you smoke, every time you take a cigarette, tons of harmful chemicals go to your blood, which in turn weakens your muscles and nerves. Seek detoxification treatments.
- The use of alcohol to relax and de-stress is fine, but remember to drink in moderation.
- Get enough sleep. An un-rested mind can’t focus on anything else but naps and slumber.
- Keep your weight on a healthy level. Obesity steals men of their manhood by reducing their testosterone levels and their penis size.
- Minimize stress. This is a busy world that we have. Use 5 or 7 minutes of your time for a personal pause each day. Take a short walk. Breathe fresh air.
Follow the tips provided in this post to achieve a healthier penis and a better quality of life.