What Every Man Needs to Know About Intimate Health

What Every Man Needs to Know About
Intimate Health
Here’s one fact no one can really disagree on: intimacy is an important part
of life. Thanks to external sensual organs, men may start thinking about
intimacy before puberty ever hits, and it’s a primal thought until their dying
breath. Intimate health, then, is an important part of living a healthy life. But
is intimate health just the hormone-driven function humans optimize to
continue the species, or it is something more? Is male organ health the only
real necessity there? What else does it give to men, and how does intimate
health impact them? Are drive and tumescence function the only ingredients
needed to be sensually healthy, or is there more to it? Is intimate health
defined by the absence of member dysfunction(MD)? Let’s examine what
intimate health is and just how complex it really is.
What Is Intimate Health?
Intimate health is a state of well-being, or general health, that empowers a
man to fully enjoy and participate in sensual activity. This includes several
factors such as physical, psychological, interpersonal, and social factors.
Intimate health does not exclusively mean male organ health, which is an
important part of intimate health, but definitely not the only part of it.
How Physical Health Influences Intimate Health
Let’s begin with inarguably the biggest influencer on intimate health,
physical health. There are limitless factors physically that can inhibit a
man’s sensual function; however, there are also limitless strategies to
enhance it.
Here are just a few of the disease states that can negatively impact a man’s
intimate health:
1. Heart Disease – Since hard-ons are fueled by blood flow, those
diseases that impede it, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol,
stroke, and heart disease in general, can put an end to frisky Friday
2. Obesity – Obesity usually runs hand-in-hand with heart disease and
diabetes, the boner killers of the current age. Obesity can also affect
stamina and ability as well as have psychological impacts that’ll be
discussed in the next section. It can also decrease a man’s fertility.
3. Diabetes – Men who have type 2 diabetes have a higher risk of MD
due to the nerve and blood vessel damage the disease causes. As a
result, hard-ons are more difficult to get and maintain.
4. Cancer – Prostate and reproductive organ cancers can cause swelling
that makes getting a hard-on difficult or painful. Also, some
medications used to treat the cancers can cause MD. Reproductive
organ cancer in particular can lead to infertility if one or both
reproductive organs requires removal.
5. Peyronie’s Disease – Men who experience high amounts of repeated
manhood trauma will have scar tissue in the member. If that scar
tissue builds up too much, it will cause a painful bend in the member.
If the bend is 15 percent or greater, the man might have Peyronie’s.
This can render a man unable to have a hard-on or it just may be too
painful to have one and/or enjoy intimacy.
6. Low Androgen – As men age, their androgen levels dip, which can
cause them to experience reduced drive in addition to reduced seed
count. A test can easily show if androgen is low.
How Psychological Health Influences Intimate Health
Some men might not realize just how much psychological or mental health
can impact intimate health. Things like stress, anxiety, and depression can
all greatly impact how a man functions sensually, but it’s important to note
that every man is different.
Depression can affect a man’s drive. He may not want intimacy because he’s
depressed. He may feel bad about himself, how he looks, or how he thinks
he performs sensually. Some medications used to treat depression can also
cause a man to lose his hard-on because they modify hormone levels.
Obesity has also been linked to depression due to delicate self-esteem and
self-confidence issues. Thankfully, there are many medication options, so a
man doesn’t have to choose between happiness and intimacy.
Anxiety, be it general or specific, can also compromise a man’s intimate
health. He may have performance anxiety, which results in an inability to get
a hard-on, or he may release his seed early. Often, talk therapy and
medication can be helpful. Stress also has similar effects on a man’s intimate
health, which can include a lower drive but can also influence a higher drive
when intimacy is used as the only outlet for stress release. Interpersonal
relations also greatly impact mental health, which, in turn, impacts intimate
How to Improve Intimate Health
In addition to regular checkups, a healthy diet, and exercise, men should
employ a number of other strategies to ensure a clean bill of intimate health.
Be sure to stay aware of any new physical bumps, lumps, or pains. Always
have in-depth pre-intimacy talks with new and existing partners. Create and
maintain healthy social relationships to create a support circle of fun, caring,
and informed friends.
When it comes to male organ health, be sure to have a daily male organ
health regimen in place that includes plenty of time in the air to decompress
and a grooming regimen that includes a bit of manscaping and daily
washing. Men who want to really improve and protect their male organ
health should use a specially formulated male organ health creme (health
professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically
proven safe and mild for skin) to keep the member strong, vital, and
healthy. A crème like this with vitamins A, B, C, D, and E provides the
member with essential nutrients for stronger hard-ons and smooth, supple