Most people in relationships kiss but very few know the benefits that come from this simple but important act. Here are five benefits of kissing,
1 It increases happiness and provides stress relief: No nobody in his right mind can be angry after kissing this is because kissing naturally relaxes us and is an instant pick-me-up. According to Dr Sheri Meyers, kissing causes our brain to release chemicals wich relieve us, this chemicals increases in us the desire to connect, bond and get close to our partner
2: It’s free, fun and can be experimental:
In every relationship, I dont think there be anyone who pays before kissing, besides kissing is a great way to express yourself and keep things fresh. According to Dr Meyers kissing should be a sensual adventure , she further says, “Take time to explore, taste, and touch each other’s lips. See if you can discover something new–like kissing your partner while gazing into each other’s eyes. You may find it’s a more personal and a deeper experience.”
3: It’s communication without the talking:
Kissing can say a lot to your partner without you even talking A kiss can communicate that you love and missed a person. It can also show that you’re ready to get busy in the bedroom. It can convey tenderness, passion and enthusiasm. At the same time, how you kiss can also show another that you’re bored or not really into them. That said, Meyers advises to always be present when you kiss: “Say what you want your partner to hear, not with your words, but with your lips.”
4: It spurs arousal:
Kissing is good as its arouses both partners and sets the stage for further erotic experiences. If a partner seems ‘distant’ or not all there when kissing them, there might be just as much disconnection during sex. If the kiss is slow and passionate, lovemaking may be just as tender.
5: It keeps the relationship connected and strong:
The more time and effort we put into kissing our partner throughout the day,ll. Lips are filled with sensory nerves that send a huge amount of biological information to our brains, prompting it produce oxytocin. This hormone is most commonly known as the “love hormone” because it creates intimacy, trust, and buildshealthy relationships. It’s the same hormone that bonds mothers to their newborns. The higher those levels, the higher your capacity to love. With this in mind I hope you would better use the act of kissing to better strengthen relationship.