You’re a busy person. You have to get up early in the morning and look at yourself in the mirror. Then you have to go to work, where you sit at your desk and stare at your computer screen for hours on end. You want nothing more than for it all to be over so you can go home and curl up with Netflix or go out with friends. But unfortunately, there’s this one thing stopping you: dryness. Yes, even though sex is supposed to be fun and exciting, sometimes it can also be painful—especially if you have vaginal dryness (also known as dyspareunia). It’s estimated that between 30% to 50% of women experience this condition at some point during their lives. There are many reasons why vaginal lubrication may fall short during sex or foreplay; however, there are a few practical steps that can help increase your natural production of moisture throughout the course of an intimate encounter or make time alone together feel more comfortable:
Make time for intimacy.
You should make time for intimacy with your partner. This does not mean that you have to have sex every week, but it does mean that you should be in the habit of having sex at least once every two weeks. It is important for both partners to feel like they are getting what they need from the relationship, whether it be physical or emotional intimacy.
Do kegel exercises.
Kegel exercises are a great way to increase vaginal lubrication. These simple exercises can be done anywhere and at any time, and they have numerous benefits for women’s health and sexual satisfaction.
The first thing you need to know about kegel exercises is that they’re not just for women who want stronger orgasms or more intense arousal–they’re also an excellent … READ MORE ...