Male Organ Health and Unclothed Running

With summer in full swing, more people are taking advantage of the fine weather to engage in running activities. Some people are also happy that warm weather means it’s easier to engage in outdoor nudist activities. And there are also some people who combine these two areas and engage in unclothed running. For male enthusiasts of the last-named activity, this does raise the question: are there some male organ health concerns to be considered when one is involved in unclothed running?
Yes, there are some issues that unclothed running men should consider – some of which indicate running unclothed may be beneficial, others of which indicate there may be some considerations to remember. And some of which have less to do with being unclothed and more to do with simply running.

- First and foremost: Be prepared for running . A man who has been a couch potato for the last few years shouldn’t jump into an unclothed marathon. Running is great exercise, but like any exercise it needs to be approached sensibly. Any time a person is significantly changing their exercise routine, checking in with a doctor is advised.

- Sunscreen. Those who are practicing nudists already know the importance of sunscreen. But if a guy does not already engage in a nudist lifestyle, he needs to take special care that those areas of the body that rarely see sun are properly protected.

- Get used to the floppiness. Running devoid of compression shorts can be a bonus for the sacks. Compression shorts can restrict blood flow to the midsection, causing a pain in the sacks – so running unclothed can be a plus. But the member and sacks do flop around while running. This can cause some minor pain, but more often it just feels a little awkward and may take some getting used to.

- Get ready for shrinkage. Most manhoods shrink quite a bit during the process of actually running, due to the physical activity itself. Don’t worry – they grow back to their normal size afterward, but many men feel needlessly embarrassed that they don’t present as more “hung” while running.

- Consider shoes. Some people run an unclothed race completely unclothed; others wear a hat or sunglasses – or shoes. If one’s feet aren’t ready for the rough road, shoes are perfectly legitimate.

- The member and sacks don’t get chafed. With no fabric to rub against, unclothed runners don’t develop the chafing and rashing that many do when wearing clothing.

- The male organ stays cooler and less sweaty. Without the heat of clothing, the member stays cooler. In addition, sweat appears and evaporates, rather than pooling. Sweat tends to come with bacteria and also dries out male organ skin oil, resulting in dry member skin. Unclothed running can reduce this male organ health problem.

- Insects can be a problem. Without protective covering, the manhood and environs can be a target for mosquitoes, ticks, etc. checking for such bites is important, especially if the running route goes through wooded areas.

So to summarize, there are positive male organ health benefits (less heat and pooled sweat, etc.) and some disadvantages (direct exposure to sunlight and insects, etc.) to running unclothed. As in most cases, simple common sense can help to ensure a better run for your member.

Whether running unclothed or not, a guy wants to take certain steps to keep his male organ health a priority. One of these is the daily application of a top drawer male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). For best results, the crème should contain L-arginine. This amino acid helps produce nitric oxide, which is part of the process by which male organ blood vessels are kept receptive to increased blood flow. And the crème should also include vitamin A, which has anti-bacterial properties which can help decrease unwanted and persistent manhood odor.

Foot Fixation? Beware of Jock Itch

Lots of men are sole men – dudes with a particular “thing” for feet. As a matter of fact, some experts believe that a foot fixation is the most common fixation, especially among men. But does a foot fixation come with any potential male organ health concerns? Actually, depending upon how the foot fixation is played out in practice, there could be an increased risk of jock itch among men with this proclivity.
The foot fixation

A 2006 research study found that fixations that involve body parts (or objects associated with body parts, such as shoes) are the most common, and that feet and/or toes are the most popular body parts for sensual fixating on.

When most people think of a foot fixation, they tend to picture a man who worships the foot. He may touch, stroke, sniff, or kiss a foot which he finds attractive. As he does this, he becomes more and more excited. Often he self-stimulates his member while touching or kissing the foot in question, achieving a more intense intense point as a result of the contact with the foot.

But there are other ways in which the foot fixation may be acted out. For example, sometimes the fixation focuses on the shoe which has contained the foot, and he may fondle or kiss the shoe as he self-gratifies. Or rather than self-pleasuring himself as he kisses a foot, he may instead ask the owner of the foot to rub his tumescent member with the foot, or may position himself to rub his manhood against a stationary foot.

The jock itch concern

It’s in this latter type of scenario – one in which there is direct physical contact between the foot and the member itself – that the potential concern about jock itch more likely arises.

To understand why, it’s necessary to know a little about jock itch. Also called tinea cruris, jock itch is a fungal infection that can affect the manhood, sacks, buttocks and midsection. It presents as a red rash and, as its nickname suggests, can be extremely itchy.

As a fungal infection, jock itch thrives in hot, moist places – such as the midsection. And it’s very contagious (which is one reason a guy shouldn’t share underwear with another guy).

But here’s the thing: the fungus that causes jock itch is basically the same one that causes athlete’s foot. And so if a man is rubbing a foot all over his manhood, or is rubbing his manhood all over a foot, and that foot has a fungus – it may easily get spread to the member and cause a case of jock itch. (There is also a similar risk if a man places a sock, stocking or shoe on his member; if the wearer of that item has athlete’s foot, the fungus may have spread to the item and may then spread to the member in question.)

Similarly, a man with jock itch can pass his fungus off to a partner’s foot by physical contact between the two.

Treatment

Men with a foot fixation should ideally ask the owner of any feet they fixate on if they have any foot conditions. Barring that, a man should inspect the foot for signs of a fungal infection, and avoid male organ contact if signs are present.

But, though an annoyance, jock itch does respond we’ll to treatments. Keeping the area dry and free from irritation and using any number of jock itch treatments (most of which are over-the-counter) generally brings relief in a few days. A doctor may also be consulted.

Whether from a foot fixation or not, jock itch can dry the skin, so using a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is advised. Find a crème with both she abutter and vitamin E, two well-regarded moisturizers that can help treat dry manhood skin. It also pays to find a crème that contains vitamin B5. Also called pantothenic acid, B5 provides a boost to cell metabolism and helps maintain healthy manhood tissue.

Male Organ Health and Acetyl-L-Carnitine: A Nutrient Powerhouse for Male Function

Men seeking the best possible male organ care should look to a powerful male organ health crème to achieve that worthwhile goal. But what’s in that crème that makes it so special? It’s not just the great Shea butter base, nor the addition of vitamin E for hydration. It’s not just the plethora of vitamins proven to help with a wide variety of male organ issues. One of the best nutrients for excellent male organ care is the amino acid acetyl-L-carnitine.
What is acetyl-L-carnitine?

Also known as ALC, acetyl-L-carnitine is an amino acid naturally created by the body. Inside the body, it works to help produce energy, and is vital for heart and brain function, muscle movement and much more. Though it has been used for everything from improving blood flow to the brain to helping reverse the effects of alcohol abuse, acetyl-L-carnitine is best known for its ability to fight nerve damage.

Many men take acetyl-L-carnitine via mouth as a dietary supplement. Studies have shown that the nutrient can ease the nerve pain that accompanies diabetes, help with the pain of Peyronie’s disease, increase sperm count and sperm movement, help the symptoms of low male hormone, lessen reproductive dysfunction, and even fight depression.

A miracle nutrient for the skin

Though men often take acetyl-L-carnitine by mouth to achieve full-body benefits, a man can take the benefits right to where it counts when he uses the amino acid in a male organ health crème. By applying the powerful nutrient directly to the skin, it is slowly absorbed where it is needed most. This takes the amino acid right to the nerves just underneath the skin, thus providing faster healing of many male organ problems and a lessening of various symptoms, including pain from nerve damage.

But keep in mind that acetyl-L-carnitine doesn’t just alleviate the nerve damage caused by diabetes and other health conditions. It can also be used by those who are in great health but have somehow damaged their male organ over the years. One of the most common reasons for this is improper self-pleasuring, where a man uses a very tight grip (sometimes known as a ‘death grip’) and perhaps even no lubricant while doing the deed. These choices can, over time, lead to a lack of male organ sensitivity and eventually long-term damage that makes it tough for a man to enjoy intimacy as he once did.

Even if a man doesn’t notice any signs of male organ trouble right now, it still pays to use a daily dose of topical acetyl-L-carnitine to ensure that no problems occur.

Other things to know about acetyl-L-carnitine

If a man is considering acetyl-L-carnitine as a dietary supplement, he should check with his doctor to ensure there will be no interaction with medications and other supplements he might be taking. This is especially true if a man is on blood thinners, as many doctors frown on combining them with certain supplements.

In addition, a man who chooses to take acetyl-L-carnitine orally will likely have no side effects, as they are quite rare. However, if he begins to experience nausea, vomiting, restlessness and a fish-like odor to the breath and his sweat, it might be best to stop taking the supplement by mouth.

Regardless of whether he uses it as an oral supplement, a man can always use it as a topical medication. This is where a great male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) comes into play. Always look for a crème that contains vital amino acids, including acetyl-L-carnitine, as well as L-arginine for increased blood flow and alpha-lipoic acid to fight early on aging. Vitamin A for odor-fighting, vitamin C for overall health and vitamin B5 for cell metabolism are also a great idea. All this in a Shea butter base, applied directly to the male organ on a daily basis, can ensure the best male organ care at the cellular level.