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6 Important Tips To Help Women Stay Aroused During Sex

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April 17, 2021

Vaginal dryness is nothing to be ashamed of. Anything that has the ability to birth children and returns to shape is magical. However, when it comes to producing natural lubrication, sometimes they may not be magical enough.

It’s easy to go dry, even when you’re in the mood. Vaginal dryness is super common, and eventually, many of us will run into it at some point. No one is ever in a perfectly normal state in their bodies. 

The first significant step is knowing your body and learning how to work with it. The goal is not only to get wet but to stay wet while enjoying sexy times with your partner. With these six best tips, you will soon be a guru in staying wet during pleasure play.

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Ensure You’re Sufficiently Turned On

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Try not jumping into things as arousal takes time. To be adequately turned on, you require approximately ten to forty minutes. Therefore, take your time and engage in a ton of foreplay to ensure you are sufficiently lubricated before, to maintain it during the steamy time.

To help you get into the swing of things, turn on some sexy jams to help set the pace. Communicate with your partner what would turn you on to get into the right headspace. Take your time, enjoy foreplay and see the world of difference.

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Be Hydrated

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If you can’t remember when you last took a glass of water, it could be the reason you may not be as lubricated between the sheets. Our cells are mainly composed of water, and lack of it can negatively affect our bodies, including vaginal dryness. 

Ensure you have plenty of water before, during, and even after playtime with your partner. Be mindful of also consuming dehydrating food and beverages such as alcohol prior. Therefore, we recommend going easy on glasses of wine before foreplay.

Communication

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Learn to speak up. If something doesn’t feel right or feels super amazing, talk about it to guide your partner. Being vocal about what you want will communicate to your brain that it’s safe to have sex resulting in more lubrication. 

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You and your partner will be in sync and will create a more enjoyable experience between the two of you. It may seem super simple, but having the confidence to voice your boundaries will go a long way during sexy times. 

Connect With Your Body

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Remember, having sex should not be treated as another task on your to-do list. Be mindful, be present, and enjoy yourself at the moment. By having that awareness, you will begin to notice which positions work for you and which ones don’t.

Also, despite how enjoyable one position may feel for you, your body may have tapped out a while ago. This tip is essential as you will be able to switch things up when you require to. Try practicing breathing exercises as a great way to start.

Check Your Medication

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Head over to your bathroom cabinet and check your medicine. Believe it or not, your medication could be an underlying factor of not maintaining lubrication during playtime. This is especially true for antihistamines and antidepressant medication, to mention a few. 

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However, this doesn’t mean that you let go of your medicine entirely. Consult with your doctor if you feel the side effects are not agreeing with you. This simple switch can quickly solve your dryness by taking medication with different side effects.

Use Lube

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Don’t be afraid to reach for lube, especially during pleasure time. It’s excellent at prolonging sexy time between you and your partner while easing discomfort and pain caused by dryness. With tons available in the market, pick the one that best works for you. 

Besides, there are also arousal serums that will increase sensation, making it an enjoyable time for you both. However, ensure to read the label first to confirm if your synthetic lube can go well with condoms and sex toys.

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