WOW interesting see what happens to your body and health when you kiss


It is no news that the idea of kissing is really awesome and appealing, especially when it is done with a person you love dearly. A lot of things happens to your body when you carry out that action.

Infact, the effects could actually be beneficial to your health. If you want to know all there is to this, all you simply have to do is relax and keep reading as we unveil the chemistry behind the simple act of kissing.

  1. You get less stress: When you kiss your partner, you tend to be eased of any stress at all (though it might not be completely). This happens because kissing undoubtedly lowers the cortisol levels which in turn results to less stress. Some studies have shown that at least 15 minutes of kissing can cause your cortisol levels to be lowered.
  1. It causes the release of Dopamine (happy hormones) : You might have definitely heard about this some how and might be wondering if it is true or not. Well, it is really true. Dopamine is also known as “feel good” hormone. It induces happiness and joy. That is not all. You wanna know what’s more? It’s not only dopamine that is released. Some more happy hormones like (serotonin and oxytocin) are also released. These hormones are very powerful and they can make you feel a great surge of positive emotions and excitement. I’m sure this is a perfect way to explain why you feel so good when you kiss your partner.
  1. It is a great way to boost your self esteem: I’m sure you are wondering what the correlation between kissing and self esteem is. Well, with the simple combination of low cortisol, less stress, happy hormones, positive emotions and excitement, one’s general wellbeing, self esteem and worth is bound to  increase, right?

Now that you know the importance of kissing, why not go give your partner a kiss now! We hope you found this useful. If you have further questions or contributions all you need to do is leave a comment in the comments section just below this post. You can as well share this post with your loved ones so they will be informed too. Thanks for reading.


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