Hanging Safety Tips
Hanging can be a moderate risk PE technique if done safely, and very dangerous otherwise. I thought it might be a good idea to start a thread for people to share safety tips, hanging do’s and don’ts. Here’s a start.
First, do an internet search on penis anatomy. For your dick to work properly, you need good nerve function and good blood flow. If you are going to hang, you want to make sure you do not impair nerve function or blood flow. Look at where the major nerve bundles are, where the major blood vessels are, and where the major ligaments are. Hanging aims to stretch the ligaments without damaging the blood vessels or nerves.
When starting out, get a proper hanger. If you make your own, read carefully the posts on Thunder’s to see the proper ways to do that. Do not hang with a noose. You can damage your nerves and blood vessels with a noose hanger because it puts too much stress on places where blood vessels and nerves are vulnerable.
Start with very low weight: 2 kg / 1 lb. Start with short sets: 10 minutes. Between sets, take everything off and massage fresh blood into your penis. Look carefully for damage like bruises, blisters, lack of sensitivity, tingling. If you see any of this, stop for the day and try again tomorrow.
Take it slow. PE is a slow process. Be patient. Most injuries happen when people add weight or time too quickly, or don’t take the time to learn how to hang properly. We want yours to be a success story, not a sad one.
Live long and prosper.