4. Suffering from Stress – Men and women throughout the country have to deal with overwhelming amounts of stress. Studies have shown that stress can lead to Erectile Dysfunction (ED) in men, so it comes as no surprise that it affects women just as harshly. In addition to lowering our libidos, it can make it very difficult to get wet.
5. Depression has Her Down – If she’s been feeling depressed, she already may not have much of a libido. Unfortunately, if she’s taking medication to help her cope (including anti-depressants and antianxiety medicines), those may increase her libido and desire for sex but make it difficult for her to produce her own lubrication.
6. Wanting for Water – And finally, without water, producing your own natural lubrication becomes nearly impossible. We’re not talking just any beverage that lists water in its ingredients – in order for your body to function properly, you need WATER and lots of it. More water = more wetness, plain and simple.
At any point in her life, a woman may be dealing with some or all of these things. She may be willing and wanting, but simply unable to get on her own or with help from you. This is why I say personal lubricants make a fantastic addition to any bedroom.
Lubes don’t make women less sexually appealing, and they don’t mean men aren’t good at turning their partners on. They are simply another fun tool that you can use to get down to business, even when your body isn’t cooperating.
So what are you waiting for? Drink some water, ditch the meds, get naked, and lube up!
Do you use lube? Have you discovered a particularly fun variety? Share your thoughts in the comments.
More about me: I am the owner of an online romance store www.BlissConnection.com and have been selling sex toys and lingerie for the last 10 years. I just opened a brand new plus size lingerie store in San Jose called Curvy Girl Lingerie. We focus on plus size lingerie and helping women to get in touch with all of the pleasure your body is capable of!