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Betters Sensual Activity in the New Year - Resolutions to Keep

Author: John Dugan
by John Dugan
Posted: Dec 20, 2014

The new year fast approaches and, with it, the traditional New Year's resolutions; why not make some resolutions that can result in better sensual activity for 2015? Certainly male organ health is impacted by the quantity and quality of the sensual activity it enjoys, so setting up conditions that promote improvements in the bedroom can be a win-win for both a man and his favorite body part.

Not surprisingly, some of these resolutions are going to focus specifically on the manhood. But total body health also can have an impact on sensual activity, so men need to think broadly when making their New Year's commitments. Among the resolutions to seriously consider are these:

  • Getting more sleep. In this fast-paced world, too many people don't get the sleep they need. Without sufficient sleep, one's entire sensual game is affected. A guy can't be as witty and charming as he wants to be when he's sleep deprived. An ill-timed and unplanned yawn can throw ice water on what was about to be a steamy "getting to know you" moment. And lack of sleep can frequently have an impact on the ability to achieve and maintain tumescence, as well as on the firmness and durability of that tumescence. So men need to make a point of getting an appropriate amount of sleep.
  • Eradicating odor. Men sweat. That's just the way it is. A certain muskiness can be attractive, but when a man reeks, he's not likely to get a great deal of quality bedtime (with a partner, that is). Even men who shower regularly and use deodorant may still find that a certain piece of very important sensual equipment persistently maintains an unwelcome odor. The crotch is a trap for sweat, bacteria and strong aromas – and that can be a huge turn-off to a partner. Extra steps need to be taken in 2015 to attend to this. (See below for how a first-rate male organ health cream can help with this.)
  • Working out. That little bit of extra poundage may not be a disgrace, but keeping at a desirable weight is simply better for overall health. Besides, a man with a serious spare tire has some romantic disadvantages. His package looks smaller. The extra weight may cause discomfort to those beneath him in bed. The belly may make proper positioning more difficult to achieve. All of this means less frequent and less rewarding sensual activity.
  • Presenting an impressive tool. Men often think the size of their junk is everything; in fact, the vast majority of men have tools that, while not monsters, are certainly of a size that can get the job done very nicely. More important than size is skill and the health of the tool. Skill comes with practice; health may take a little extra care and attention, especially if the member has common issues such as dry or flaky skin or redness that may make it look less than appealing.

Resolutions that result in a healthier tool can definitely pave the way for better sensual activity in 2015. Men with manhood skin issues or with a male member odor that is excessive should regularly use a quality male organ health cream (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil). A cream that contains a high-end emollient (such as Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (like vitamin E) can make a huge difference in manhood skin issues. One that contains vitamin A will have anti-bacterial properties that can attack the cause of persistent member odor at its root. And vitamin C in a cream is great for collagen production and manhood tissue firmness. Even men without these specific issues can benefit from the use of a male organ health cream; every advantage to achieving a more active sensual life is a welcome advantage.

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