Women often dream of understanding what men think, what goes on in their heads. The results of new scientific research can help them in this. Looking "under the hood" of the male body reveals much more than the sexual drive and reproductive system.
In fact, scientists are still trying to decipher some of the secrets of the male physique. The study revealed some wild and previously unknown facts about a guy's body, from the behavior of his brain to the male G-spot, the lactation period of male breasts and more.
Numerous nerve bundles that go to the penis pass through the prostate, touching these nerves causes pleasant sensations. For many men, the prostate is an erogenous organ.
It has a small but very important role in male excitement and orgasm. Due to its location at the base of the penis, the prostate somehow improves male erection.
The male prostate and the female G-zone have a lot in common because they develop from the same fetal tissue. Both produce ejaculate (in all men and some women) and both are very erotic. When stimulated, the urge to urinate often occurs. Both are located in approximately the same location.
This sticky mixture, commonly called semen, contains more than just sperm (that is, DNA-carrying cells frantically racing toward the nearest egg). Semen is actually a combination of sperm and fluid produced by the adnexal glands that surround the penis. It contains a combination of fructose, fatty acid prostaglandin molecules and proteins that nourish sperm and help them swim. Additional fluids secreted from the bulbourethral glands and the prostate serve to neutralize the acidic environment of the vagina and lubricate the male head for sexual intercourse.
Some women are allergic to semen, which causes itching, burning and swelling of the genitals. In severe cases, women may experience hives or swelling in other parts of the body, as well as difficulty breathing. Researchers have suggested a possible treatment: frequent sex.
Another male brain
Some reflexes of the male body, i. e. involuntary muscle movements, are well known. But one might be surprised to learn that the muscles wrapped around the human testicles, called the cremaster, also have reflexes. The cremaster is usually responsible for pulling a man's testicles closer to the body if it gets cold or when the man is excited. But it turns out that just like the knee reacts to a hammer blow, the cremaster reflex kicks in when a man caresses the inner thigh, instantly pulling the testicles towards the body.
The foreskin, the part of the penis that is removed during circumcision, is the double layer of mucous membrane and skin that surrounds the penis when the organ is relaxed. Although there is still some debate about the functions of the foreskin, the WHO (World Health Organization) says that uncircumcised men are at greater risk of contracting HIV. Research has shown that circumcision reduces the risk of sexually transmitted HIV infection in men by 60%.
The male body is not designed to produce breast milk. But under some specific circumstances, lactation may occur. Circumstances that can lead to milk production are, for example, mechanical stimulation, hormone therapy for various health problems, extreme hunger. This phenomenon is different from another disease - gynecomastia, which is an increase in male breasts due to an imbalance of testosterone and estrogen levels. In men and women suffering from cancer and receiving estrogen, breastfeeding began after the introduction of prolactin (a hormone that stimulates the development of mammary glands and milk production in women). Also, male lactation can occur if tranquilizers disrupt the functions of the hypothalamus - the area of the brain that controls the pituitary gland and is the source of prolactin.
The human prostate is perhaps best known for its role in reproduction. But it is sometimes called the G-spot of the male body. Around the neck of the bladder and urethra, this is a walnut-sized gland that can be felt and activated through the anal canal.
The prostate can be stimulated in two different ways: internally and externally. For internal stimulation, ask your wife or girlfriend to insert a lubricated finger into your anus (perhaps wearing a latex glove or condom) and push it in the direction of the pubis (due to the location of the prostate, it will be somewhat difficult to do this stimulation yourself). He should feel a hard, round lump about the size of a walnut or chestnut, which needs to be gently pressed.
external stimulation. Ask her to press the pad of her thumb against your perineum. Whether you like it is mostly a purely individual matter. For some men, it gives pleasure only in an excited state, while others feel little. Some claim it helps them achieve and maintain an erection.
The Academy of Periodontology states that in men, inflammation caused by gum disease can be linked to heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes. Other studies have shown a potential link between chronic gum disease in men and erectile dysfunction. A Taiwanese study found that men with erectile dysfunction were more likely to develop chronic periodontitis than a randomized control group.