To grow or not to grow? It is the most question that most of you probably asked yourselves. Most especially these days, when most of you are going bald or doing everything to remove your pubic hair.What use could pubic hair serves us? There have been theories to its existence and the purpose it serves. Let’s find out some of these theories:
It keeps dirt and unwanted particles from entering your private parts. When shaving, open pores or tiny cuts make you more prone to bacterial infiltration. Pubic hair serve a protective function same as what brows and lashes do for the eyes and cilia do for the nose.
In theory, pubic hair serves as your literal mate attraction thing. Pheromones within unconsciously invite and excite your potential mates. This is because the apocrine sweat glands that are concentrated in your private parts and armpits become stimulated during high emotional duress, such as sexual stimulation and that’s where the pheromones come from.
Growing your pubic hair helps in preventing injury and skin abrasion most especially during sexual intercourse. It also acts as a protection between your clothing and delicate skin. In other words your pubic hair acts as a protective layer and reduces friction.
Body hair is a characteristic all mammals share. It may be to varying degrees, but all body hair is intended for special purposes.According to Dartmouth University, one of these functions is regulation of body temperature.Pubic hair is no exception. Your body will thank you for keeping your hair down there and letting it do its job. The groin tends to hold onto warmth more than the rest of the body, so pubes might help even out spikes in body temperature.
The skin in and around your nether regions is more sensitive than many other parts of your body, which are tougher and more frequently exposed.This is part of the reason why pubic hair is coarser than the rest of your body hair, because it has to be especially protective.Coarser hair is more difficult to remove, which is why it’s much easier to shave your legs than it is your pubic area. This is also why more razor burn and ingrown hairs are found here.The easiest way to cut down on this kind of skin irritation is to let your pubic hair flow and avoid removal all together.
We all do our best to keep ourselves smelling nice or at least not smelling icky down there.Part of that involves staying dry, and pubic hair is the most natural way to do this.To avoid the embarrassment and discomfort of a sweaty vagina, let your pubic hair grow out and do its job by absorbing sweat.
One of the best feelings is having your hair stroked. This is partly because a head massage obviously feels amazing, but also because of the nerve endings on your hair follicles.Neuroscientist Dr Linden writes in an article for Nashville Public Radio, “It turns out remarkably… that hairy skin has a special caress sensor.” Removing pubic hair is essentially robbing the region of its maximum potential for sensation.
Pubic hair’s gatekeeping quality lowers the probability of not only yeast infections, but sexually transmitted infections as well.The U.S. National Library of Medicine reports that a study found pubic hair groomers have a higher rate of STIs.This may be due to the fact that shaving or hair removal causes tiny open cuts in the skin, which make infections easier to transmit. But it also has to do with the fact that pubic hair physically blocks the transmission of infections.
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