Autumn Days And Male Organ

What kind of advantages might those be? Read on.

�It’s cool, but women are hot. Logic might dictate that summer would be the time when women are at their most appealing to men, but a study in the journal Perception indicates otherwise. According to this study, men find women more attractive in the colder periods (fall, winter) rather than the warmer ones (spring, summer). Exactly why this should be so is unclear; perhaps in the warmer months men get used to seeing women with fewer clothes on and so they miss that during the cooler months. Whatever the case, men find the friskiness factor goes up as the temperature goes down.

�Chilly weather is snugly weather. One of the clear benefits of autumn weather is the chill factor. When a partner is feeling cold, there’s a ready-made excuse to snuggle up and get warm together. And, of course, coupling is one of the very best ways to share that valuable body heat.

�Pumpkins get a guy frisky � who knew? Pumpkin pie, pumpkin spice latte, pumpkin donuts � all these autumn favorites can perk up a guy’s member considerably. And that’s backed up by scientific evidence. Researchers found that, for some reason, pumpkin scent leads to an increase in male organ blood flow of 20-40%. So that may be why a guy leaves the Thanksgiving table with an insistent tumescent manhood.

�Drive is in gear. In general, a man’s sensual drive peaks around late fall. Why? Because it’s during this time of year that his male hormone and male seed counts tend to reach their annual peak. So if a guy wonders why he’s more driven in the fall, it’s because his body makes him that way. Of course, studies also indicate that women’s sensual drives peak during the spring. That may mean a guy ends up self-gratifying more during the autumn, but hopefully his partner-based activity will find a way to keep pace. This might be helped by the next fact.

�Dopamine goes up in the fall. Dopamine is the �happiness hormone,� the ingredient that causes people to feel happy and content. Some people think couples are more �in tune� during the fall, and that this may be the reason. (Certainly there is a trend for individuals to become part of a relationship in the fall versus the summer.) And a guy in a good relationship is almost certainly going to have a happy male organ.

Not every man will find autumn to be his sensual cup of tea, of course. But the season does present many opportunities that he may want to keep an eye out for.

Whether autumn, spring, summer or winter, a happy member is ultimately a healthy male organ. Maintaining that health requires the regular application of a first rate manhood health crme (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Keeping member skin moisturized at any time of year is key, so select a crme that contains a combination of a high-end emollient (such as Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E). Ideally, the crme should also include vitamin C, as this aids with proper blood flow, which is essential for maintaining cardiovascular health and tumescence function.