10 Tips for A Healthy Penis

The penis is one of the most remarkable organs in the male’s body. It is probably the only organ that has the unique ability to contract and expand in just seconds, transforming its own shape and size completely!

Truth be told, the penis goes through a lot, and yet we don’t really take its own needs into account, nor do we actively work to ensure that it stays in top health and performance condition. We’ve just sort of thought that it will continue to do its thing without any effort on our part. Regrettably, the penis’ performance is influenced by a number of different health factors, and without paying attention to its maintenance; its performance will decline over time.


Top 10 Tips Below for Maintaining Optimal Penis Health:

1. Maintain a Healthy Weight

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Obesity is not good for your penis’ health at all. In fact, being overweight has a ton of negative side-effects that affect its performance, like clogging up vital blood vessels that carry blood from your artery to your penis, compromising your ability to maintain a strong erection over time. Plus, being overweight leads to more estrogen production (a female hormone), while decreasing your levels of testosterone, which is the male hormone that contributes to male sexual health.

2. Eat Well

Eating whole, organic foods will go a long way in preventing your arteries from getting clogged up, thus improving your sexual performance steadily over time. It is recommended to eat natural and wholesome foods. They help to prevent accumulation of plaque deposits inside your blood vessels and interfere with the flow of blood to your penis. Avoid calorie-laden and other less nutritious dietary choices that clog your arteries and adversely affect your sexual performance. They are not good for the health of your penis and other body organs.

3. Minimize Stress

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Stress promotes the release of erection-compromising hormones like cortisol and adrenaline. These two hormones are also responsible for ‘performance anxiety’, which can also increase your levels of bad belly fat, and that is not good news for your penis’ health at all.

4. Eliminate Tobacco

Apart from being a known carcinogen, smoking tobacco can also promote inflammation; restrict the flow of oxygen and blood flow, while narrowing your blood vessels with each puff. A 2005 study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology showed that erectile dysfunction (ED) is more common among men who smoke than those who don’t. Cigarette smoking is one of the leading causes of ED among younger men. Research has shown that heavy smokers have higher odds of suffering from ED but quitting smoking at an early stage can significantly help to improve your sexual performance.

5. Consume Less Alcohol

Consuming alcohol in moderation helps to boost your confidence, sexual performance, and overall penis health. However, the opposite is also true. Excessive consumption increases alcohol level in your blood and impedes on your sexual performance. Remember alcohol, which is a depressant, can dampen your mood and decrease sexual desire if consumed excessively. It will be harder to achieve or maintain an erection when you are under influence of alcohol.

Excessive alcohol consumption places you at a higher risk of developing erectile dysfunction. However, this doesn’t mean that you should stop drinking alcohol completely because consuming it in moderation can even provide certain benefits like improving erectile function while alleviating anxiety.

6. Get Enough Sleep

During sleep, your body starts an automatic healing process that works to restore optimal function to both the body and the mind. Sleep deprivation, on the other hand, can seriously diminish your leptin levels (which is responsible for suppressing the appetite), while compromising your metabolic, immune and endocrine functions. Lack of sleep can also contribute to an increase in glucose and cortisol levels, and fatigue may affect penis performance as well (or the lack thereof).

7. Exercise Regularly

 Exercises have an extraordinary effect on sexual health and overall sex life. For one, it increases your energy levels, improves your mood, reduces stress levels and prevents tiredness. Long-term benefits of regular exercise include a decreased risk of developing diseases like cancer, diabetes, hypertension, osteoporosis etc.

Furthermore, as you exercise, the heart pumps blood more efficiently, your muscles utilize oxygen better, and the blood vessels develop more elasticity. Just be sure to focus a part of your exercise regime on the muscles that you use during sex, which includes your core, the pelvic floor muscles and the muscles responsible for the external rotation of the hips. Doing so will help you improve your performance in the bedroom.

8. Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor Muscles

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Not only will developing strong pelvic floor muscles enable you to maintain strong erections, but it plays a huge role in ejaculation as well. Sexual stimulation activates these muscles to keep your penis strong, rigid and upright, while also being responsible for ‘motor ejaculation’. Furthermore, there is plenty of scientific data that links pelvic floor exercises such as Kegels to the alleviation of erectile dysfunction.

9. Stay Sexually Active

As with any muscle or organ in your body, the more you use your penis, the better it performs. Some people have used dick vacuum pump to pump blood so your penis stays active. Scientific research suggests that sexually active men are less likely to develop erectile dysfunction problems later on in life than men who are sexually dormant.

10. Maintain a Healthy Relationship

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The mind-body connection should never be overlooked when aiming to achieve proper sexual function. That’s because the state of your relationship contributes just as much to good sexual performance as it does to erectile dysfunction. So, try and cultivate a harmonious relationship to keep your penis healthier for longer.


The penis is a symbol of manhood and virility. It deserves the best care possible. You can achieve this simply by leading a healthy lifestyle. Avoid unhealthy habits such as smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, poor dietary habits, and contracting sexually transmitted diseases. If you keep your penis healthy, then you probably would not need erection medicine. Ask anyone who is a heavy smoker and never exercises how his sexual life is and he’ll probably tell you it is non-existent, if he’s honest enough. Take care of your penis and you’ll enjoy a healthier more fulfilling sex life. Exercise regularly, stay sexually active, include natural wholesome foods in your diet and avoid unhealthy habits such as smoking to keep your penis in top condition. A healthy penis not only improves your sexual performance but helps to boost your self-confidence as well.