Vaping Could Imperil a Tumescent Male Organ

Vaping Could Imperil a Tumescent Male Organ Smoking is a killer habit, quite literally, and one that for many is incredibly hard to shake. In recent y...
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Vaping Could Imperil a Tumescent Male Organ Smoking is a killer habit, quite literally, and one that for many is incredibly hard to shake. In recent years, vaping has arisen as a potential alternative to smoking, one that in some ways and for some people may be a healthier option. As more men begin vaping, it raises questions about whether it might have any male organ health effects – in particular, could vaping have a negative impact on a man’s ability to obtain or maintain that all-important tumescent male organ? Vaping background Vaping is the act of using so-called e-cigarettes rather than the tobaccobased normal cigarette. In place of tobacco, e-cigarettes contain a liquid that is composed of various chemicals and metals, including nicotine, which is a stimulant found in tobacco and which is one of the major reasons that cigarettes can be addictive. The liquid is put in (or comes in) a cartridge, which is inserted into the e-cigarette. A heat source causes the liquid to turn into an aerosol (mistakenly called a vapor, hence the name vaping), which is breathed into the lungs and then exhaled. Because vaping eliminates the smoke that comes from tobacco, e-cigarettes may be less harmful to some people who would otherwise smoke tobacco cigarettes. However, in recent years, there have been concerns that the chemicals used in vaping may also be hazardous to one’s health. The current thought is that promoting e-cigarettes as a healthier alternative to smoking may not be justified. What about male organ health? So vaping might not be the boon to general health it was once thought to be. What about where male organ health is concerned? Does a guy need to worry about any possible effect vaping might have on his tumescent male organ?

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There is credible evidence that yes, vaping could contribute to factors that might impact one’s ability to attain or maintain a tumescent male organ. One of the reasons why this could be is that e-cigarettes tend to include various “flavorings” added to make the vaping experience more pleasant and enjoyable (in much the same way as menthol cigarettes were introduced for those for whom straight tobacco flavors may have been too harsh). Unfortunately, the chemicals used to create the flavorings have been shown to cause damage to endothelial cells. For guys, this can be an issue because endothelial cells play a role in blood vessel health, growth, and maintenance, and in creating nitric oxide. In turn, nitric oxide is vital for enabling blood vessels to widen so that more blood can flow through them when required – as, for example, when a man has a tumescence and needs a rapid flow of blood to reach the member, fill up its spongy tissue, and make a firm tumescent male organ. A tumescent male organ is important for more than just enabling sensual activity. Tumescences bring oxygen to the manhood, which helps keep the male organ tissue healthy. Fewer or weaker tumescences generally mean that, over time, some of the tissue will atrophy, resulting in some shrinkage of the manhood – a situation most men wish to avoid. It should be noted that smoking tobacco cigarettes is also associated with impeding nitric oxide production and the resulting tumescent male organ (and male member shrinkage) issues. As evidence indicates vaping may impact a tumescent male organ, a man needs to take steps to ensure that his overall male organ health is as strong as possible, and one way to achieve this: regular us of a superior male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Since nitric oxide production is important, select an oil that contains L-arginine; this amino acid is known for boosting nitric oxide production, thereby benefitting male organ blood vessels. It also helps to use an oil with a potent antioxidant, such as alpha lipoic acid; antioxidants fight free radicals, which can also dampen nitric oxide production.

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