The Happy Penis in Autumn: Sex Tips for the Fall

For most men, sex tips are not seasonal; a man wants a happy penis at all times of the year. And while it’s true that there are many rules for appropriate penis care that apply to any month, some specific tips may come in especially handy during the fall months.

With that in mind, the following are a few autumn-related sex tips to consider as the weather cools.

Watch out for colds.

The changeover from summer to autumn is often very quick, and the sudden change from hot to cold can bring about seasonal colds in many men. The common cold is hardly-life threatening and it only has a mild effect on one’s libido and bed-based ability. However, the sniffles and runniness that accompany many colds can be very off-putting to potential bedmates. Stocking up on vitamin C and taking other preventive measures can help to ensure that a little cold doesn’t leave a guy out in the cold.

Outdoor fun may have a different drawback.

Guys who enjoy engaging in sex outdoors often find that early autumn is actually a more preferable time than the summer. Summer outside escapades are often dampened by excessive heat and humidity; autumn air that is crisp and only slightly cool may make both partners feel a bit friskier. (Hopefully, they will still limit their activities to someplace safe, like their own backyard.) However, the nicer weather is also often accompanied by an increase in allergens in the air. These can create respiratory issues; if they come in direct contact with a naked penis, they may also cause itchiness, rashes or other allergic reactions in men with sensitive skin.

Take advantage of testosterone.

Several studies have found that, for whatever reason, testosterone levels tend to rise in the fall. That means a man is likely to feel randier than ever during the autumn months. Guys in position to share this increased libido with willing partners should do so; those not in such a position, remember that one’s hand can sometimes be one’s best friend.

Be aware of fertility.

By the same token, fertility rates are at their highest during November and December. For men hoping to conceive a child, that’s good news. For those not in the market for offspring, it’s a reminder to be even more cautious.

Dry air can equal dry skin.

With summer behind a guy, the days of heavy sweating are pretty much gone. Autumn air tends to be crisper and dryer – but that can have an impact on skin moisture. This can lead to penis chafing in some cases. The penis skin dries out and, as it rubs against the fabric of underwear and/or trousers, the dryness causes the skin to become further irritated.

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