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A Sore Male Organ From When The Brain Is Set To “sensual Activity”

By Author: John Dugan
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A guy can get a sore male organ for any number of reasons, but often it’s simply due to overuse: his brain gets set in the "sensual activity" position and he continues indulging even when it’s time to give things a rest. As the late Robin Williams once joked, "God gave man both a member and a brain, but unfortunately not enough blood supply to run both at the same time." Still, in order for a man to engage in appropriate male organ care, he really needs to find a way to keep his brain functioning in order to minimize the risk of a sore male organ from lengthy or over-enthusiastic sensual activity.

Blame the hypothalamus

The part of the brain known as the hypothalamus has a lot to do with a person’s sensual drive and function, especially the section known as the preoptic part of the organ. And not only is the hypothalamus significantly bigger in men than in women, it starts enlarging while in the womb - so that even before birth, guys have a kind of "heightened sensuality" default mechanism.

The PFC connection

When male hormone really kicks in, starting during puberty, a guy’s brain tends to misfire on a regular basis. Sure, a teenage boy may be trying to concentrate on doing his homework, but if thoughts of that particularly hot girl in his math class keep kicking in, he’s likely to drop his trousers for some quick relief - perhaps several times. Yes, he knows that he’s going to end up with a sore male organ, but the feeling is often too intense for him to ignore.

Blame his prefrontal cortex (PFC). The development of the PFC can’t keep up with the male hormone that keeps getting pumped into the dude’s body. Since the PFC helps a person look at a situation, weigh the options, and make a wise decision based on the facts, it’s natural that a teen will put his manhood into play too often or too aggressively. Urge and impulse are the order of the day until the PFC is able to catch up.


Fortunately, once a guy gets into his 20s or thereabouts, his PFC catches up and he no longer ever makes rash decisions about sensual activity - right? Unfortunately the brain still can’t be guaranteed to overcome those impulses. Sure, as guys get older, they’re likely to make better decisions about sensual fun, but there are still plenty of times when the brain gets overloaded by stimuli and desires and lets its reason-based faculties fall by the wayside. When the brain lets the member push it into "sensual" mode, it’s hard to get the brain back in line.

In some instances, a guy acts before the desire for private activity kicks into overdrive. A guy then closes those adult media tabs that he has open and walks away from the computer for a while, or he convinces himself to take a cold shower. If he’s with a partner, and he knows that "one more time" will result in morning-after soreness, he finds a charming way to beg off or offers to please the partner orally or manually instead.

But those are exceptions.

Let’s face it, when the brain is in a "sensual" mode, most guys are more than willing to risk a very sore male organ for the happiness that activity so abundantly provides. Therefore, men need to be ready to tend to that sore manhood by applying a superior member health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Friction from any kind of sensual activity will leave the skin raw, so a crème with potent moisturizing capability is required; look for one that includes both a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E) and a high end emollient (such as Shea butter). Cell metabolism depends upon a generous supply of vitamin B5, so restore the damaged cell structure by finding a crème with that ingredient as well. And since alpha lipoic acid protects against thinning of the manhood skin, a crème with this antioxidant can help with the healing process.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com/ for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving male organ sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy male organ. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.

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