12 Health benefits of kissing 💏

Kissing is not only fun, it can be healthy

On the delicious and passionate side of the spectrum, a smooch can be a heart-healthy micro workout, a hormone releaser and a mood booster. It's also fun -- and a great way to connect with the person you care about.

AndrÊa Demirjian, author of "Kissing: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about One of Life's Sweetest Pleasures." "Kissing is intimate: You're right there in the space of your soul. It gets to the core of your heart and spirit because it's such a lovely way to express and receive love and affection. A kiss a day really can keep the doctor away."

1) Kissing strengthens our relationships:

It promotes togetherness and couples who kiss regularly live five years longer than those who don’t.
      "A kiss seals two souls for a moment in time.” ~Levende Waters

2)  It even helps prevent cavities by increasing saliva production:

Kissing stimulates your salivary glands, which increases saliva production. Saliva lubricates your mouth, aids in swallowing, and helps keep food debris from sticking to your teeth, which can help prevent tooth decay and cavities.

3) Pain reliever:

A back ache after a long day of chores? If so, fly in 2 kisses to your hubby and be gone of the pain. Kissing releases natural chemicals in the body called endorphins that can be more influential than the narcotic morphine to relieve pain.

4) Is heart healthy:

In order to keep yourself healthy at heart, kissing is a must since it keeps your blood pressure & cholesterol levels low. Stress is a well known contributor to heart diseases and thus giving in a few kisses to your loved one can keep your heart healthy and lead a stable life.

5) Kissing helps reduce blood pressure:

Making out isn't just good for your emotional heart, it gives your anatomical one a workout, too. "Kissing passionately gets your heartbeat revved in a healthy way that helps lower your blood pressure," says Demirjian. "It dilates your blood vessels -- blood is flowing in a good, solid fashion and getting to all your vital organs."

6) It boosts your ‘happy hormones’:

Kissing triggers your brain to release a cocktail of chemicals that leave you feeling oh so good by igniting the pleasure centers of the brain.

These chemicals include 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.

7) It even burns calories:

Using those facial muscles also burns calories. You can burn anywhere from 2 to 26 calories per minute depending on how passionately you kiss. This may not be the best workout regime if you’re trying to lose weight, but it sure beats sweating on the elliptical trainer!

8) reduce allergic response:

Kissing has been shown to provide significant relief from hives and other signs of allergic reaction associated with pollen and household dust mites. Stress also worsens allergic reactions, so kissing’s effect on stress may also reduce allergic 
response that way.

9) It can boost your immune system:

Swapping spit can boost your immunity by exposing you to new germs that strengthen your immune system. One 2014 study found that couples that kiss frequently share the same microbiota in their saliva and on their tongues

10) soothe headaches:

Kiss the “not tonight dear, I have a headache” excuse goodbye. That dilation of blood vessels and lowered blood pressure can also relieve headaches. Kissing may also help you prevent headaches by lowering stress, which is a known headache trigger.

11) reduces anxiety:

Stress management includes how well you handle stress and anxiety. There’s nothing quite like a kiss and some affection to help calm you. Oxytocin decreases anxiety and increases relaxation and wellness.

12) This can also help relieve cramps:

The effect of dilated blood vessels and increased blood flow can help relieve cramps — a boost in feel-good chemicals and relief from period cramps? Getting your smooch on when you’re in the throes of a bad period might just be worth it.

Kissing, regardless of whom you’re kissing, can have a positive impact on your emotional and physical wellbeing.

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!
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