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, Botox has been the go-to medication for those who want to smooth fine lines and wrinkles. It also has some medical benefits as well, and might be used off-label for everything from migraines to digestive issues. Those who are interested in good member care might think that Botox is something that should never be near the manhood – however, some men have found that Botox injections in the sacks lead to a very new and interesting look. Is this is a good idea?

What is Botox?

In order to understand how this process works, it is important to understand the properties of Botox. The tablet is made from a neurotoxin, the same kind of toxic substance that causes botulism – which is, of course, a terrible toxin that can lead to serious medical issues and even death.

But when that toxin is harnessed in just the right way, it can be used to create temporary muscle paralysis in the area in which it is injected. Botox has been used by countless men and women over the years and has been found to be surprisingly safe, considering that it came from such a potent origin.

What is Scrotox?

That clever name is simply a way of saying that Botox is injected into the sacks. This is done by numbing the skin over the area, then injecting Botox into the dartos muscle, which is just below the skin. The result of paralyzing that muscle is a relaxing of the skin around it, making the sacks appear smooth and larger. In some cases, the doctor can go a bit further and inject Botox into the cremaster muscles, which will allow the seed-producing organs to drop.

The result is a much smoother and somewhat longer sack, which some men see as being much more handsome than their usual wrinkled look. However, doctors point out that it doesn’t actually make the sacks bigger – it just makes the skin smoother and a bit ‘floppier.’ Keep in mind that it doesn’t do anything at all to create a smooth male organ, as it only works on the muscles that hold the sacks.

Is it dangerous?

In the hands of a skilled plastic surgeon, it isn’t dangerous to have Botox injections almost anywhere in the body, including the manhood area. However, the sacks cannot be made completely smooth, as that defeats the purpose of what the skin is meant to do – it is supposed to contract and move with changes in temperature in order to protect the seed-producing organs. Therefore, many doctors are quite careful not to use too much Botox.

What else does it do?

Interestingly enough, some men will opt for Botox to help prevent sweating in the midsection. Botox seems to have a slight effect on the sweat glands in the area, which comes in quite handy for runners or bikers who face horrible sweating during their daily workouts. The result is much less chafing, member irritation and redness.

Maintaining a healthy, smooth male organ

It is very important to remember that injecting Botox into any part of the body should be done only by a qualified medical doctor. And though Botox might make the sacks appear smoother, it does not do the same for the member, so injections should never be applied directly to the male organ.

In order to keep member skin as smooth and supple as possible, it’s a good idea to use a top-notch manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) on a daily basis. Men who want the smoothest member possible can look to a crème that includes numerous vitamins and nutrients in a base of Shea butter and vitamin E. These two emollients will help ensure a supple, handsome and smooth male organ.
Healthy weight loss cuts cancer risk (health24) Health Articles | May 5, 2012
Moderate weight loss reduces levels of inflammation that have been tied to certain cancers, at least in postmenopausal women, a new study suggests.






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According to the findings, older women who lost at least 5% of their body weight through diet alone or diet plus exercise showed significant reductions in key inflammatory blood markers such as C-reactive protein and interleukin-6.

In addition to risk for heart disease, elevated levels of these markers have also been associated with increased risk for several cancers, including breast, colon, lung and endometrial cancer.

The findings appear in the journal Cancer Research.聽聽Lemon Diet

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"Our findings support weight loss through kilojoule reduction and increased exercise as a means for reducing inflammatory biomarkers and thereby potentially reducing cancer risk in overweight and obese postmenopausal women," said researchers led by Dr Anne McTiernan, director of the Prevention Center at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, in Seattle.

Aiming to lose 10% of their body weight, the women were either placed on a kilojoule-restricted diet, asked to participate in moderate-to vigorous-aerobic exercise for 45 minutes a day for five days a week, or told to do both.

During the one-year study, C-reactive protein levels went down by about 36% in the diet-alone group and by 42% in the diet and exercise group. Interleukin-6 levels decreased by about 23% in the diet group and 24% in the diet and exercise group, the study showed. There were greater reductions in these levels seen among women who lost at least 5% of their body weight. Exercise alone did not affect levels of inflammation markers.

There was no information on which, if any, of the 438 women in the study went on to develop cancer. But a 40% reduction in C-reactive protein "could be expected to reduce breast, endometrial and other cancer.
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