Penis Massage Can Kill If You Ignore These 5 Signs
Aug 29, 2011 - Steve Olson
Having a neck pain? Get a massage. How about
dizziness, indigestion or heartburn? Many go for a massage too. Why? Because it works! More popular in the Far
East, massage is believes to be able to handle sexual problems too.
As these massage remedies had helped many, these discomforts
are also early signs that could alert you ahead of time that your heart is in trouble. When the heart and its
arteries start to deteriorate, the symptoms can show up in many parts of the body.
According to a cardiologist from St. Michael’s Medical Center
in Newark, any of these signs and particularly two or more together, is reason to call your doctor for a workup.
Massage as a therapy should be considered only after having ruled out these underlying causes.
1. Sexual problems – Erectile
Many have claimed that penis massage or urut batin can help with
erectile dysfunction. While this is gaining popularity, recent survey in Europe found that two out of three men had
suffered from erectile dysfunction for months or years before they were diagnosed with heart trouble. With such
finding, it is common for doctors now to consider it the standard of care to do a full cardiovascular workup when a
man comes in complaining of ED.
As arteries that supply the penis are smaller compared to those
around the heart, they tend to show damage much sooner when they narrow and harden. And as much as three to
four years before the disease would otherwise be detected. As it is not immediately distinguishable,
having problems getting or maintaining an erection is a good reason to visit your doctor to investigate
cardiovascular disease as an underlying cause.
Do Not Mask Your Heart Problem With Penis Massage!
Many heart attack patients experience having a pulled muscle at the side of
their neck that hurts. Another warning sign is having a tight neck prior to the actual attack. When it
did not go away, they attribute it to a muscle strain. Many people commonly miss this symptom because they
expect the standard textbook symptoms i.e. acute pain and numbness in the chest, shoulder and arm.
When heart tissues are damaged, it sends pain signals up and down the
spinal cord and extends out into the neck and shoulder. If the pain is not located in one very
specific spot but feels like it is radiating out in a line, it is time to seek professional cardiovascular advice
rather than giving ice, heat, or muscle massage therapy. Although the latter may work it can be for the
3. Heartburn, indigestion or
Indigestion, vomiting and nausea are another group of symptom
that shows up and persist for several months leading up to a heart attack. It cannot be over emphasized that
condition related to the heart does not always occur in the chest.
When blood supply to the heart is cut off, it cause what
feels like tightness, squeezing, or pain not necessarily all the time to the chest but sometimes in the abdomen
instead. Abdominal pain that worsen with exertion and get better with rest or recurs with repeated
episodes, rather than one prolonged episode as you would with normal indigestion or food poisoning is another sign
that requires medical attention.
4. Dizziness, faintness, or
shortness of breath
A study published in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart
Association, reported that more than 40 percent of the women experienced shortness of breath in the days before a
heart attack. One has every reason to be on the alert if the feeling like you cannot breathe, feel dizzy or
faint occurs. Particularly, when normal daily chores like walking upstairs, vacuuming or weeding the garden.
Or doing other activities that previously caused you no trouble becomes a challenge.
Arterial function diminishes when fatty deposit accumulates. The
sudden sensation of not being able to take a deep breath is often the first sign of angina.
Shortness of breath that comes on suddenly with exertion and goes
away when you rest is likely related to heart or cardiovascular disease. Lung disease on the other hand is
usually gradual as the difficulty in breathing increases in tandem with the gradual damage to the lung tissue for
example, by smoking or environmental factors.
5. Jaw and ear
Jaw and ear pain is a sign of heart disease? Yes. Ongoing
jaw pain can be a clue to coronary artery disease and impending heart attack. Many heart attack
patients have reported that this is one of the only symptoms they noticed in the days or weeks leading up
to the attack.
Similar to neck pain, damaged heart tissue sends pain signals up and
down the spinal cord and radiate from the cervical vertebrae out along the jaw and up to the ear. It may extend
down to the shoulder and arm, particularly on the left side, radiating outward in a line. It can be distinguished
from tooth pain, ear infection or temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ) which is normally characterized
by isolated spot.
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1. St. Michael’s Medical Center in Newark.
2. Take Charge: A Woman's Guide to a Healthier Heart
3. Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association