Male Organ Health & Good Sleep: A Perfect Combination
Everyone knows that getting sufficient sleep is one of the more important things a person can do to stay healthy. But not every guy realizes that adequate sleep is also specifically important for maintain good male organ health as well. It’s true, however, that getting a good night’s sleep on a regular basis can play a role in keeping the manhood healthy and ready for fun.
Sleep is the body’s way of rejuvenating itself every night. If a person never slept, their body would never have sufficient time to let its 'gears' cool down. Eventually, all the parts would wear out.
But that doesn’t mean that the body doesn’t continue to do work while it sleeps. After all, people don’t stop breathing just because they’ve paid a visit to the land of Nod. No, the lungs keep operating on 'automatic,' just as the heart and other vital organs do. But they’re functioning at a more relaxed, slower rate, getting their equivalent of rest.
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And the same is true for the male organ. Even though a guy’s manhood is indeed getting rest while he slumbers, it isn’t spending the whole night lying around. Any man who has woken up with morning wood or wet dreams knows that the manhood keeps on functioning even as it sleeps.
Nocturnal manhood tumescence is a normal part of being a man. Most men experience a nocturnal tumescence three to five times during the course of a full-night’s sleep. They tend to occur when a man is in REM sleep ' that is the period of sleeping associated with rapid eye movements, which is also the period in which dreams tend to be the most vivid.
Exactly what causes nocturnal tumescence is not fully understood. In some cases, they come about because a man has a full bladder. The body wants the man to continue to sleep uninterrupted, and since urinating while tumescent is difficult, the body produces the tumescence to keep the man from urinating in his sleep. However, it seems unlikely that this is the reason for most nocturnal tumescence.
In some cases, they appear to be in reaction to sensual dreams ' often leading, especially during adolescence, to wet dreams, the expulsion of male seed from the member while asleep. But again, this does not account for the tumescence that doesn’t result in expulsion.
Getting a good night’s sleep has many male organ health benefits. A man who is well rested is more likely to have a healthy sensual drive. He also is more likely to have the stamina to function effectively sensually.
And the nocturnal tumescence provides a manhood 'workout' that helps strengthen the member as well. Indeed, lack of nocturnal tumescence is often a sign of tumescence dysfunction.
The dysfunction may be due to sleep obstructive issues, such as sleep apnea, or it may be due to other factors. But men should report a lack of nocturnal tumescence to their physician so any relation to tumescence or other member health issues can be explored.
Getting a good night’s sleep is not by itself enough to ensure proper manhood health. Exercise, diet and the use of a first class male organ health crme (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can also help.
When determining which crme to use, opt for one that includes L-arginine and vitamin C among its ingredients. L-arginine is an amino acid that helps in the production of nitric oxide, which in turn helps keep manhood blood vessels open and flowing.
Vitamin C, in addition to helping fight colds, is a key component of collagen, which helps give manhood skin its tone and elasticity, making it valuable for the tumescence process.