Male Organ Health at College - 6 Essential Tips

Male Organ Health at College: 6 Essential
The dorm rooms are buzzing, the frat houses are rocking and course
curricula are causing many freshmen to scratch their heads in wonder. Yes,
the fall college season is in full gear now, with all that entails. For many
guys, especially those who are experiencing their first semester at college,
it’s both wonderful and confusing. In the midst of everything else going on,
some guys may need some assistance in maintaining proper male organ
health on campus. That’s where these little male organ health tips can come
in handy.
 Don’t borrow soap. Hey, we applaud your desire to pay attention to
hygiene – both manhood-specific and total body – but we also
encourage you to avoid using someone else’s soap in the shower.
Why? Because, unless the bar of soap has just been removed from its
wrapper, it may have picked up germs or skin particles that can get
transferred to you. Some men have a severe reaction to using another
person’s soap, with it in some cases bringing about a very unsightly
male member rash. In other cases, the soap someone else uses may
have chemicals or fragrances that don’t get along well with your own
skin. So for safety’s sake, stick to your own.
 Or towels. Or underwear. Okay, borrowing a towel is okay – if it
has been cleaned since its last use. But never bother a bro’s briefs or
boxers, or use a towel that hasn’t been cleaned, if for no other reason
than it’s a good way to catch jock itch.
 Be prepared. Many men find themselves sensually active with other
people in college. That’s why a guy needs to be prepared and always
have a latex protection handy. Although latex protections cannot
guarantee that a guy won’t catch a social disease, they cut way, way
down on the risk – and that’s very important. Even if a guy thinks he’s
not likely to get “lucky,” having a latex protection nearby just in case
is a wise move.
 Get tested. If a man has partner sensual activity without a latex
protection, he needs to get tested to be sure that he hasn’t picked
anything up – even if his partner assures him that they’re clean. Many
colleges and universities have campus health clinics that can provide
such testing, making it an easy option. Some guys are scared of
finding out, but it’s better to know - and get prompt treatment – than
to stay ignorant and damage your male organ health – as well as
spread the infection to someone else.
 Don’t worry about comparisons. Especially if a guy is in an all-male
dorm, he’s likely to encounter more members via communal showers,
locker rooms, and dudes just being dudes. Some men may find that
they end up making comparisons between the male organs they see
and their own – and may convince themselves that they come out on
the short end of things. It’s important that a guy doesn’t get fixated on
this kind of thinking. Comparisons are often incorrect, and unless a
guy truly has a micro-manhood, he most likely is perfectly well
equipped to please a partner. It’s skill that matters more than size in
the long run.
 One final college male organ health tip: regularly apply a first class
male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1
Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to
maintain the member in good shape. The manhood needs vitamins just
as does the rest of the body, and topical application of a crème with
vitamins A, B5, C, D, and E will enable those vitamins to more
directly target the member. Be sure the chosen crème also includes the
amino acid L-arginine. This ingredient helps produce nitric oxide, and
that in turn helps male organ blood vessels open and expand when
increased blood flow is needed.