By now you are used to seeing ads for male enhancement supplements and enlargement devices, but you may have noticed an increase in the amount of advertisement for male enhancement patches.
Male enhancement patches aren’t really new, but the awareness of their effectiveness plus innovations in the supplemental formulas and compounds used are making them a better choice for many men than pills and supplements.
Here is how male enhancement patches work, so you can decide if they are something you should try.
Why patches can work better than pills
If you keep up with any of the latest medical and health news you will notice a trend towards more medications and supplements being offered in a patch form.
While using transdermal patches is nothing new, the recognition that it can be a more effective way to deliver compounds that can boost your health is.
Transdermal patches allow for the ingredients to pass through the dermal layer and into your bloodstream.
There are three positives to this approach –
- By going directly into your bloodstream you can avoid any side effects of nausea or irritation to the digestive system that digesting herbs and supplements can sometimes cause.
- You don’t need as much of the compound so it is easier on the liver. You need less because you don’t have to worry about getting enough of a dose to survive the process of digestion to make it into the bloodstream.
- You don’t have to remember to take a supplement as most of the patches are designed to deliver at least 3 days’ worth of a dose level before they should be changed.
Male enhancement patches can help you to address issues with size and performance without you having to make it the focus of your life.
Unlike pill regimens or using a correctional extender, they can let you make a change in your life without having to turn your life upside down to find time to do it.
Who shouldn’t consider the patch?
If you have a dermatological condition, or are currently taking immunosuppression medication for a condition such as rheumatoid arthritis, you will want to talk to your doctor before trying a male enhancement patch.
They will most likely have you do a “patch” test with the patch to determine if you will have any type of reaction.
You also should never use a patch over an open wound.
It is also a good idea to check that the ingredients being delivered by the patch aren’t going to interfere or interact with any medications you are on as well.
The art of wearing a male enhancement patch
There are a few general rules about wearing the patch that you learn from experience that can serve to make it more effective:
- Don’t place it in the same position each time
- Don’t put it on a part of your body that has heavy hair coverage
- Don’t put it on right before you go to the gym or after you take a shower
It takes a good 15 minutes to get the adhesive to set on your skin. If your skin is damp, or you begin sweating immediately after you put the patch on – it is going to slide off.
You should also make sure that you don’t place the patch on your area of your body where there is a lot of direct flexing – such as on the sides of the torso near the stomach.
This area bends too much during your natural movement during the day to allow for the patch to remain flush enough against your skin to deliver its full dosage.
Is it for you?
If you haven’t had much success with male enhancement products due to a lack of consistency or patience, then male enhancement patches may be your ideal solution.
They are proven effective with helping to increase sexual stamina, duration of erection and even size.
Almost all of the patches that are offered on the market use ingredients that have been proven effective in clinical trials so you can be confident in the decision you make to bring about a change in your life that can create a better and more fulfilling sex life for you and your partner.
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