Itchy Male Organ - Drink More Water

Itchy Male Organ? Drink More Water
It’s bound to happen when a guy least wants it to. He’s at a party and has
just met a woman he really wants to impress, for example, or he’s trying to
close a deal with a difficult client, and what pops up? An itchy male organ
situation, which can be incredibly embarrassing if he decides to scratch. As
male organ health issues go, an itchy male organ is relatively mild – but that
doesn’t make it any less annoying. Therefore, men want to do what they can
to avoid the manhood itch – and drinking plenty of water is one way to help.
Dehydration and the itchy male organ
There are numerous causes of an itchy male organ, including such
unwelcome causes as pubic lice and scabies. But more often the itchiness is
due to dry manhood skin and resulting discomfort. And dryness often comes
about due to dehydration, or not consuming enough water.
Dehydration can be a big issue in the solder months. It can be challenging in
the summer as well; however, in the hot months, people tend to be more
aware of the water that their body is losing through sweat and often are
motivated therefore to increase their water intake. Sweat is less pronounced
in the winter, but dehydration can still occur. The cold weather is dryer and
it consequently dries out skin. This is as true of male member skin as it is of
skin elsewhere on the body.
Why does dry skin itch? Doctors are not sure, but many believe the itchiness
is meant to be a warning sign that the skin needs to be hydrated.
Drink water
Clearly, one of the best ways to deal with dehydration is to drink water.
There are other fluids that one can drink, such as fruit or vegetable juices,
but water is generally the best choice when wanting to really attack
dehydrated skin. It’s also wise to avoid certain other fluids, such as alcohol
or caffeinated sodas, as these can actually cause more dehydration in some
Some foods can also be helpful in staying hydrated, such as citrus fruits,
watermelon and many vegetables with a high water content.
How much water should a person drink? Traditionally, adults are told to
drink 6 to 8 glasses of water daily. However, there are many variables at
play. One recommendation which has become popular in recent years is for
a person to estimate their weight (such as 180 pounds), cut that in half (90)
and drink that amount of water in ounces (90 ounces). However, people
who sweat more (naturally or due to physical exertion) would need to
increase their intake.
It can help to check for signs that a person is staying hydrated. For example,
a guy should check his urine. If it is colorless or a faint yellow, it’s more
likely he is well hydrated. Very dark yellow or brownish urine is often a sign
that more fluids are needed. (It can also be a sign of other issues; if it
remains discolored after increasing water intake, a man should consult with
his doctor.)
Drinking water is not the only solution for treating an itchy male organ,
however. For example, sometimes the dry skin may come from using a harsh
soap or from ingredients in laundry detergent.
Drinking plenty of water is an excellent way to hydrate the skin and help
avoid an itchy male organ. Another valuable tactic is to daily apply a top
notch male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1
Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Not all
cremes are created equal, however; what is needed is a crème with a
combination of a high end emollient (shea butter is ideal) and a natural
hydrator (such as vitamin E). These can help create a moisture lock to better
maintain male organ hydration. Also advisable in a creme is a potent
antioxidant, such as alpha lipoic acid. Antioxidants fight excess free radicals
and thereby help prevent damage to the skin from oxidative stress.