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|There are few things more enjoyable than coupling with a partner. The human body is designed to enjoy so many wonderful sensations , and men often go after all of those delightful sensations with aplomb. But that can also lead to the problem of a sore manhood after all is said and done – and done again, then again, and again. A man should take care to practice good male organ care and keep these valuable tips in mind when he is getting ready for intimate fun.
1. Stay safe. Though it has been said time and time again, it always bears repeating: The best way to take care of the male organ is to wrap it up in a barrier protection during sensual play. Though men who are in a committed, monogamous relationship can get away without using barrier protection, anyone who is playing the field, so to speak , needs to be very careful about protection, each and every time.
2. Watch those long strokes. Though using long strokes might sound like a fun time, a man should be quite careful when he goes after the long game a bit too eagerly. One of the leading causes of male organ fractures is fast thrusting that goes awry, leading the male organ to slip out and slam into something quite solid, like her pelvic bone. Just keep that in mind when things get rowdy.
3. Take care with lube. Though men already know that lube makes things much nicer, it is vitally important to look at the type of lube being used. Men who use latex barrier protections should never couple those protections with oil-based lube. Why? Because those oils break down the latex and render the barrier protection almost useless for its intended purpose. Always go with water-based or silicone-based lube.
4. Pay attention to pain. Though some people like to mix in a little pain with their pleasure, that’s not the focus of this particular hint. If member pain or soreness begins to plague a man while he is doing the deed , it’s usually a sign that he has gone a bit too far and his male organ needs a rest. Though it can be tempting to keep going, no matter how much it might hurt later, it’s a good idea to heed what the body is saying and take a nice, long break.
5. Wash off well. Though a man often has a shower before coupling, he might not opt for a shower when things are done. That’s often a bad idea, as the fluids left over from all that fun can dry on the male organ and lead to itching, soreness and even redness. This is especially true if barrier protections , lubes and liquid protections were used. At the very least, a man should take a quick trip to the bathroom to use a mild soap and water and quickly clean the area before getting some shut-eye.
Use a high-quality crème to keep things smooth
A man wants to keep his male organ looking nice for his partner, and he wants to do whatever he can to alleviate any member pain or soreness he might experience. A great male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help him achieve both these goals and more. The savvy man will look for a crème that contains vitamin A, also known as retinol, to fight unpleasant odors. Other vitamins are also advantageous, such as vitamin C (for blood flow) and vitamin B5 (for cell metabolism). Combine those vitamins along with other nutrients in a Shea butter base , and a man has the recipe for a strong, healthy and great-looking manhood. Admissions professionals are often asked by anxious parents about summer activities and how these will be viewed by college admissions offices. I recently had a conversation with a mother who, checklist in hand, wanted to know if her son needs to practice tennis five or seven times a week in order to look attractive to colleges. Her son likes tennis, but she is worried that he won't look as committed to the sport if he only practices five days a week. After all, he has to practice after dinner because, if tennis is just for 'fun' , he needs to put his SAT prep course, his summer course in statistics, his internship at Southwest Medical Center, his piano lessons, college visits, and an immersion trip to Spain into his summer programming. She is only slightly concerned that he will not have much time for fun and relaxation before school starts again, since he can have fun after college.
The other end of the spectrum is the parent who suddenly realizes that his children are no longer getting on the bus everyday to school , that it's warm outside, and his kids seem to sleeping until mid morning. Now what? Those kids need to do something, and what will the colleges think if Sam just lists "Video Games" under "extra-curricular activities" on the application?
Over-programming and under-programming are both problems, not just for college admission purposes, but because of simple child development reasons. But lets focus on the college admissions issue here.
College admissions offices very much like to admit an interesting student, as opposed to a formulaic statistic comprised of SAT or ACT scores and a GPA. Summer activities can, just like admission essays , recommendations, school activities, and interviews, highlight what makes a young person "tick" and will personalize the admission process. The more personalized the process (within reason, of course), the more the college will be able to see this young person as a valuable member of their student body who will positively impact those around him or her. Campuses are comprised of students, but those students are also contributors to student life , whether their contribution is athletics, writing for the school paper, acting in student productions, playing for the marching band, leading the school government, or working in the library.
Summer activities, therefore , can be opportunities to explore so.