Vaginal Dryness and Emotional Distress
While many people point to physical problems for causing vaginal dryness,
psychological issues can also play a role. Stress and depression have both been linked to
vaginal dryness in many women, as well as to other sexual dysfunctions like low libido
and difficulty achieving an orgasm. So how can stress (and other emotional issues)
interfere with your vaginal health?
Stress and Vaginal Dryness
Chronic and long term stress has been linked to a variety of health problems including
weight gain, lowered immune system and problems sleeping. It has also been linked to
vaginal dryness. The reason for this is likely twofold; stress plays merry havoc with a
woman’s hormones and chemical balances in her body and that causes problems in the
vaginal area. This side can be managed using Virgin Stick to help restore blood flow and
oestrogen flow to your body.
The other reason for this is because being constantly stressed out is exhausting and an
exhausted woman has a much harder time becoming aroused. It is simply hard to think
about sex and being sexy when you are constantly thinking and worrying about other
aspects of your life. In this case, things like relaxation techniques and talking it out with
someone you trust can be very helpful.
Depression and Vaginal Dryness
Another emotional culprit for vaginal dryness is depression. Depression has a two fold
impact on your sex life; feeling depressed makes it very hard to feel aroused and it
impacts your physical wellbeing by making it harder for your body to lubricate the
vaginal area, as well as making you feel achy and tired all the time. Depression hooks
into vaginal dryness because it impacts the relationship and when a woman is not feeling
connected in a relationship, she is less likely to produce enough lubrication and she is less
likely to have an orgasm. In this case, the depression and lack of sex feeds into each
other, making it slightly harder each time to get back into the mood without outside help.
Psychological Trauma and Vaginal Dryness
Finally, vaginal dryness can be linked to psychological trauma such as rape, worry about
an unborn baby, recent abortion and miscarriage. In this case, a woman may feel that sex
is only painful and so will not want to engage in it and her body will react as well. Even
if this feeling is subconscious, it may still emerge as sexual dysfunction such as vaginal
dryness. It’s important to get counselling as you need it so that you can move past any
In this case, a combination of Virgin Stick to help you cure vaginal dryness in the short
term and something like counselling can help you in the long Term. Whatever you decide
to do, it’s important to do something as soon as you can so that your relationship doesn’t
suffer and so you can enjoy your sex life again.