A kiss I believe is a sublime affair; it’s about tasting and feeling one another’s cosmos. It’s about comprehending each other’s emotional current without uttering words, for the words would only sound vague when emotions are intense. A kiss alone can speak volumes! But, do you know of the health benefits it can cause to you?
Here’s a list of 7 reasons for you to kiss more often:
It upsurges happiness and offers stress relief: Have you ever felt gloomy right after a kiss? Perhaps, not, because kissing not just naturally relaxes us but also acts as an instant pick-me-up. An affectionate kiss is a way of expressing hope and possibility of a brighter and warmer future. And, when somebody is assuring you a hopeful future then would it not make you feel joyous? It certainly would.
Helps reduce pain: Not just romantically, because this is backed by science; throughout the heated kissing session, your body releases adrenaline which is believed to reduce the feeling of pain. Now, isn't that just wonderful? To test it for your surety, try pairing locking lips with physical intimacy when you have a terribly ache anywhere in the body and see for yourself whether it works wonders or it doesn't.
Also burns calories: Though, kissing may not burn as many calories as working-out in gym does but it surely pumps up your metabolism to about twice than its usual rate. Every living thing emits energy, which is why when your bodies get heated-up, you can also appreciate the whole thing for if nothing else then for burning calories.
Its warmth can spur arousal: A sensual kiss is like a signal, that both the bodies are ready to explore each other further, thereby setting the stage for intensified sexual pleasure and for a more nourishing erotic experience. So, go ahead follow your gut feeling.
It helps bind back the relationship: The more love and affection we pour into our partner’s mouth while kissing them, the closer we tend to come. An, this devotional assertion helps bind back the love gone astray. Lips are filled with sensory nerves that send a huge amount of biological information to our brains, prompting it produce oxytocin. Now, this hormone is most commonly known as the “love hormone” because it catalyses intimacy, trust, and builds healthy relationships.
It’s an activity full of fun and frolic: Kissing is a great way to voice your inner current and keep things fresh. Life is unpredictable and short, so it shall be better if you cherish every moment wherein you are blissfully wrapped close in your partner’s cuddle. Take time, explore and experiment. Doing it this way, would help fuse fun and joy in your monotonous everyday life schedule.
Makes each other feel respected and wanted: We all wish to hear our partner assert our relevance in their lives. Kissing is a passionate gesture to express that you remember each detail and still think of it. We all can achieve whatever we want to if only we feel boosted with power and love.
So, go and let your lips do the talking!