Everyone has a favorite kissing story, a favorite movie kiss, a kiss they wish had never happened, and a kiss they long for so much they can almost taste it.
Who doesn’t love a great kiss?
In short, every kiss is a cause for celebration. Just imagine that study found that the exchange of saliva through kissing can boost your immunity by exposing you to new germs that strengthen your immune system.
Just read the article for your opinion.
Kissing improves ” happy hormones”
One article by Adrienne Santos- Longhurst (2018) explained that Kissing triggers the brain to release a combination of chemicals that makes one feel good by igniting the pleasure centers of the brain.
The chemicals are oxytocin, dopamine, and serotonin, which can make you feel euphoric and encourage feelings of affection and bonding. It also lowers your cortisol (stress hormone) levels.
Kissing reduces stress, anxiety
An old study by Floyd et al.(2009) agreed that when partners kissed, cortisol levels and stress reduces. Therefore, Kissing and other affectionate communication, like hugging and saying “I love you,” “You mean so much to me” and behaviors and supportive activities impacts the physiological processes related to stress management (Thompson, T. L. 2014). Also, (Esch & Stefano, 2005) found that when partners kissed, oxytocin decreases anxiety and increases relaxation and wellness.
Kissing tones muscles, burns calories
Kissing often acts like a workout for your face and neck if you’re really into it! This may help firm up your facial muscles. Working out your facial muscles can also increase collagen production, which contributes to firmer, younger looking skin.
Joseph S. Alpert(2013), the article explained that when we use facial muscles also burn calories. Depending on the minute you kissed passionately, you can burn anywhere from 2 to 26 calories. This may not be the best workout regime if you’re trying to lose weight, but it sure beats sweating on the elliptical trainer!
Kissing reduces cholesterol
Floyd et al. (2009) study found that couples who frequently kissed improved their total serum cholesterol. This means as your cholesterol is reduced your risk of several diseases, including heart disease and stroke reduces.
In conclusion, Adrienne Santos-Longhurst(2018) explained that kissing, irrespective of whom you are kissing, can be a game changer for your emotional and physical well being. She notes: “Kissing makes both parties feel good about themselves and can help strengthen relationships of all kinds, so kiss and kiss often. It’s good for you”!