As men age, the penis begins to become less sensitive to touch and stimulation as it does throughout the rest of the body. Unfortunately, many men may experience loss of penile sensitivity earlier in life, as well. Some of the reasons this occurs are discussed here, as well as real solutions.As men age, the penis, like the rest of the body, begins to lose its youthful mojo, leading to issues like loss of penile sensitivity. On the other hand, a reduction in sensation or tingling in the penis can also affect younger men, and up to 87% of men report this problem beginning in early adulthood. Sometimes, reduced sensation is related to an underlying physical injury or medical issue, or even just to overuse. In many instances, sensitivity can be improved. Here are some of the common causes of sensation loss, as well as measures men can take to reverse the situation.

1) Depression, one of the most prevalent mental health disorders in the country, can take a serious toll on your penis. As depression and other mental health disorders put a strain on your serotonin level and ability to enjoy life, even touch and sensitivity can be lessened, as the depression can interfere with the ability to feel sexual sensations. Although men may be able to produce an erection, it might not reach its full potential if there is underlying depression.

2) Low testosterone, or “low-t” as it is commonly called, is a massive cause of loss of penile sensitivity. There are many causes of low testosterone, such as diabetes, obesity, poor diet and tobacco, drug and alcohol use. Testosterone levels in men change as they go through different stages and ages in life, but lifestyle choices also play an important role. Getting plenty of exercise, eating clean, drinking in moderation, and quitting tobacco use can make a big difference.

3) Physical trauma to the groin can damage the neural tissue, causing disruptions in a man’s sense of touch in the area. Fortunately, as the nerves heal, sensation often returns to normal. Ensuring proper circulation to the area is critical to restoring damaged tissue.

4) Neuropathy, or peripheral nerve damage, often occurs in patients with systemic diseases like diabetes and multiple sclerosis (MS). It effects the nerve endings in the extremities, including the penis, leading to a lack of sensitivity or tingling sensations.

5) Interestingly enough, numbness or loss of penile sensitivity can be contributed simply to sitting down in a chair for too long. In a certain position, the body’s weight and pressure can be pressing down onto the genital area, and as it is not made for that type of weight, you may feel your penis and genital area becoming numb. If you have a sedentary job, doctors recommend stepping away from your desk for ten minutes an hour to move around. In that same vein, if you are an avid bike rider, consider investing in a very heavily padded seat, or try to bike for shorter distances to avoid penile damage.

In many cases where men have lost some sensitivity in the genital area, applying a penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) containing L arginine and L carnitine can help. These amino acids are neuroprotective, and they have been found in studies to help restore nerve tissue and sensation in individuals who have experience nerve damage. More than that, this particular health crème is a super weapon, containing vitamins and nutrients essential to the wellbeing of private area skin, like vitamin C, for collagen production, and Shea butter, which hydrates the skin leaving the area soft and smooth. Keep the penis skin clean, dry, and hydrated for optimal health.

Source by John Dugan

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