Alcohol Intake Can Increase Male Organ Odor

Alcohol Intake Can Increase Male Organ Odor
Alcohol Intake Can Increase Male Organ Odor
Although a bit of alcohol in moderation is fine – and, according to some, can
even have health benefits – too much alcohol can have negative health
effects, including negative male organ health effects. Many men are already
familiar with “whiskey manhood,” in which too much alcohol intake impairs
tumescence functioning, causing a man to not perform as desired while in
bed. But too much alcohol can have other member-related effects; for
example, in some cases it can contribute to increases in male organ odor.
And male organ odor is one of the most commonly cited complaints among
partners.
Male organ odor
There are many causes of male organ odor, and alcohol intake is rarely the
main cause of it. But if a man already has male organ odor, caused perhaps
by poor hygiene, or simply by sweating a great deal, adding alcohol to the
mix can make things worse. As a matter of fact, if existing male organ odor
is due primarily to sweat in the manhood area, then alcohol consumption is
the last thing a person needs to engage in.
That’s because when alcohol creates a male organ odor situation, it does so
by exiting the body through sweat. So the distinctive alcohol odor is an
additional layer on top of the existing male organ odor problem, making it
that much worse.
Moderation
For the most part, male organ odor resulting from alcohol intake shouldn’t
really be an issue for the moderate drinker. Having a glass of wine at dinner
or celebrating that hoops victory with a couple of beers with a friend is
unlikely to result in a noxious odor emanating from the midsection.
However, if someone overindulges – either by binge drinking a considerable
amount or by regularly and consistently drinking more than is moderate – a
male organ odor situation is likely. That’s because the more alcohol that is in
the body at one time, the less of it that gets metabolized by the body and the
more of it that leaves through the sweat pores.
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Of course, defining what is a proper amount of alcohol to prevent male
organ odor is difficult to say. Every person not only metabolizes differently
from every other person, but some alcohols may be easier for a person to
metabolize than others. George may be able to drink 3 beers with no
problem, whereas Simon has to limit himself to 1 drink or else risk an odor
emergency.
Take steps
So other than having a feel for what is “too much” alcohol for himself, what
can a guy do to help prevent alcohol from creating male organ odor?
 Down some water, too. Staying hydrated helps with metabolism and
also helps to diffuse the concentration of alcohol in the body, so
drinking water between alcoholic beverages is an excellent idea.
 Maintain a good pace. Space the drinks out, especially if there is
likely to be a lot of drinking. There’s a difference between 4 beers in
an hour and 4 beers in 4 hours.
 Eat. When there is food mixing with the alcohol, it can absorb more
of it.
 Stick to one alcohol. When mixing alcohols, there is a tendency for
the odors to become stronger.
Finally, help reduce male organ odor from alcohol by regularly utilizing a
first-rate male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1
Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). For better
results, look over the ingredients and select an oil that contains vitamin A.
This vitamin has anti-bacterial properties that can help reduce male organ
odor. In addition, select an oil that includes a powerful antioxidant, such as
alpha lipoic acid. Antioxidants fight free radicals that can damage male
member skin, making that skin more susceptible to male organ odor issues.
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