A kiss is the touch or pressing of one’s lips against another person or an object. Cultural connotations of kissing vary widely.
Kissing causes a chemical reaction in your brain, including a burst of the hormone oxytocin. It’s often referred to as the “love hormone,”
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Apparently kisses also helps you relax your frazzled, dog-eared nerves.
Kissing has been said to lower cortisol levels. And cortisol is actually not good for the body because it has a negative effect on your immune system, endocrine system and brain health.
2.Makes you happier
Kissing releases endorphins, and to quote Elle Woods from “Legally Blond,” “Endorphins make you happy.”
3. Better marriages
Kisses improve the bonding and intimacy in your relationship and marriage. And a marriage based on a bind that keeps increasing is surely a great one.
4.Helps arousal and enhances sex
Imagine sex without foreplay. I bet that doesn’t appeal to you. Now imagine foreplay without kissing… not very appealing either, right?