Histidine for ejaculation control?
I want to improve my ejaculation, and I have been trying to find info on this. I have even considered acupuncture that one of the members on Thundersplace suggested, but I still didn’t try this. I have found out that histidine could be helpful, and wanted to ask the thoughts of other members. I have made a search on histidine here on Thunders, but there is no discussion on it other than some raw information.
I read that L-arginine helps with having erections… and I dont have a problem in that department, I think. What I am trying is to delay ejaculation. Has anyone tried any kind supplement for this especially like amino acid blend or some brand?
Here is an article regarding histidine.
Histidine - the ejaculation-control amino acid
The importance of the amino acid histidine for sexual function is often overlooked. While it is already common knowledge that arginine is the amino acid important for erections, histidine plays a role in ejaculation. It does so because the body utilizes histidine to produce histamine, and histamine in the corpus cavernosum (the penile erection tissue) is ultimately responsible for the way ejaculations and orgasms happen.
The importance of the amino acid histidine lies in the fact that the body uses it to manufacture histamine, and histamine is responsible for a wide range of physiological processes. It is common knowledge that histamines cause the swelling and reddening in many inflammations and allergic reactions. Doctors therefore often prescribe antihistamines in the treatment of inflammations and infections, as well as allergies.
Less known is the important role, histamines play in sexual functions. By and large it is histamines that regulate ejaculations and orgasms. Men suffering from premature ejaculations often show increased histamine activity. They may be helped by an amino acid which counteracts the formation of histamine from histidine, or the activity of histamine, namely methionine.
Contrarily, men and women having difficulties achieving orgasms may be helped by histidine supplementation, as this may result in increased histamine levels in the sexual tract, which in turn may make orgasms and ejaculations easier. Older men who experience a slow down in sexual response may also ask their doctors about histidine supplementation.
An additional pro-sexual effect of histidine may lay in its vasodilating effect, thus making blood flow to the sex organs easier.
Apart from its sexual functions, histidine is involved in many other physiological processes. It is necessary for the production of red and white blood cells and supports the activity of suppressor T cells.
Histidine is used as a supplement for sufferers of rheumatoid arthritis, since it has been shown that in these patients, histidine levels are low. And last not least, histidine is, like many other amino acids, important for growth and general tissue repair.