There’s been a lot of talk around concussions these days, especially around professional, college, and high school sports. But what about everyday guys who happen to find themselves with one? Can a hit in the noggin conk out your intimate life? As it turns out, it just might. Researchers at Harvard took a look at the connection that multiple studies had pointed out over the years and went to work to see if concussions really could affect male organ health. It turns out, they can.
What is a concussion?
A concussion is defined as a brain injury that is caused by a blow to the head or a violent shaking of the body. People can lose consciousness, but that is not required to be classified as having a concussion. Other symptoms include headache, loss of balance, memory loss, dizziness, sleepiness, confusion, lack of coordination, and excessive fatigue. There is no cure for a concussion. Only rest and the restriction of activities can allow the brain to recover.
What is member dysfunction?
Member dysfunction, also known as ED, is a male organ health condition in which a man is unable to summon a hard-on or maintain one for the duration of intimacy to completion 25 or more percent of the time. While more common in men over 40, with risk rising steadily for a man in his 60s and higher, young men can also suffer from ED. Member dysfunction is caused by a wide variety of things spanning many physical and psychological issues. Treatment is possible, and oftentimes, very successful in reversing the disease.
How are the two linked?
Researchers at Harvard Medical School conducted a new study that surveyed more than 3400 former NFL players. They were “tipped off” to a possible correlation between ED and concussions by older studies, such as those done on boxers and military men, which showed that repeated head trauma leads to hormone dysfunction, which eventually leads to member dysfunction. However, these studies were quite small, so the Harvard researchers knew they had to find a large, reliable test group to see if correlation did indeed imply causation.
The researchers did find that football players who did experience concussive symptoms after a head trauma were more likely to have low androgen or member dysfunction. They believe the trauma causes something called “post-traumative hypopituitarism” (say that fast 5 times). Basically, the pituitary gland, the major hormone controller, sits in a very vulnerable spot in the brain. When the head is hit, the blood vessels and neuronal connections around the pituitary gland get bruised and injured, so they bring less blood to the pituitary gland, which in turn, doesn’t send the signal to make androgen, and without the ’rone, there is no bone(r).
But these are former NFL players, not average everyday guys who don’t bang into other big dudes for a living. Surely this can’t affect John Q. Public down the lane.
Sorry, but yeah, it does. Studies have found that just one bad concussion, the kind that lands you in the hospital, can cause your male organ health to take a major hit. And to make matters more dire, the more concussions he has, the more likely his male organ health will worsen and the more likely his sausage will stay shrunk.
Maintain Male Organ Health With These Tips
In addition to keeping your head and body safe, there are other ways to improve and maintain optimal male organ health. Always practice safe intimacy. Eat a healthy diet, exercise regularly, and never miss an annual exam. Also, get plenty of sleep so you get the 3 to 4 nighttime hard-ons that promote male organ health and function. Also, keep your member clean by washing thoroughly with a mild cleanser, being sure to get all the folds and wrinkles, and rinsing well.
Don’t forget to finish off this good grooming regimen with a specially formulated male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin). Choose an oil that includes a variety of vitamins and nutrients that promote male organ health and ingredients like L-arginine and vitamin C to boost blood flow for strong hard-ons, and who doesn’t want those?
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving member sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.