And the doctor asks,”Have you kissed today?” what a question!
” doctor i don’t un’stand,what’s that supposed to mean , is this not supposed to be a checkup?”
” that’s what we’re doing,kissing is part of your health .it goes more than just making out.”
(smiles and relaxes) ” tell me something”
there are actual Kiss Scientists who study kissing. They are called Philematologists and they have discovered a wide range of benefits of kissing. these include:
It’s key to understanding your relationship. As we’ve known at least since Betty Everett sang it in the ’60s, if you want to know if someone loves you so, it’s in his kiss. Matt and Bobby are just friends (really close friends, we gather!), but if you’re wondering after the the motivation behind the lips you’re kissing. most importantly,
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.Kissing calms us down and reduces stress
kissing lowers cortisol levels. Cortisol is our stress hormone and it has a negative effect on our immune system, endocrine system and brain health, specifically the hippocampus.” So if you can lower stress and reduce those negative effects by simply stealing a kiss with your spouse, do it as often as you can!
It increases levels of oxytocin otherwise known as the “love hormone” which calms us. Kissing also reduces pain through our saliva which contains a kind of anesthetic and increases pleasure by releasing dopamine.
“Your hugs and kisses are like the stars that light up my life when things get dark.” – Author Unknown
3. Boosts bonding
Whether you’re smooching a baby or making out with your spouse, locking lips promotes intimacy and boosts bonding. Dawn Maslar, a biology professor and award-winning author sums it up like this: “When we kiss, both men and women produce the hormone oxytocin. It’s often called the ‘love hormone’ because it causes us (particularly females) to bond.” The fact is, we kiss the ones we love, and love the ones we kiss!
also in marriages,When you kiss someone, your body is subconsciously sharing information about your respective immune systems. The technical term is major histocompatibility complex (MHC). Biologically, it’s important for partners to bring different immune system genes to the table so that their offspring will have a better opportunity for survival. So if kissing your crush immediately douses the flames of love, you might be able to chalk it up to biological incompatibility.
4. IT’S GOOD FOR YOUR health
According to dentist Dr Heidi Hausauer, kissing increases saliva flow. This in turn keeps the mouth, teeth and gums healthy by removing food particles.
The extra saliva helps to wash bacteria off the teeth and reduce plaque buildup.
Some experts even claims that the mineral ions in saliva can promote repair of small lesions in tooth enamel