Why kissing is good

Why kissing is good

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Feb­ru­ary 21, 2017, 12:44

July 6th is World Kiss­ing Day. It turns out that kiss­ing is not only pleas­ant, but also very use­ful. “Lisa” invites you to get acquaint­ed with inter­est­ing infor­ma­tion about kiss­es and their ben­e­fits for health and well-being:

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  • Peo­ple who wake up with a kiss start their day in a more pos­i­tive mood and tone. Just a 20-sec­ond morn­ing kiss will give you a roman­tic mood for the whole day.
  • It has been proven that a per­son who kiss­es his part­ner every morn­ing is able to cope with work eas­i­er, get into few­er car acci­dents and live an aver­age of 5 years longer.
  • A pas­sion­ate kiss involves all the mus­cles of the face, while some of them can­not be used in any oth­er way. Thus, kiss­ing, you do a kind of exer­cis­es for the face and pre­vent the appear­ance of wrin­kles.
  • A sim­ple kiss on the cheek burns 5 calo­ries, and a pas­sion­ate kiss burns up to 30 calo­ries. Maybe instead of exhaust­ing diets, it’s bet­ter to kiss more often?
  • Kiss­ing strength­ens the immune sys­tem: at this moment, the body pro­duces neu­ropep­tides that destroy virus­es and path­o­gen­ic bac­te­ria.
  • In the fight against caries, kiss­es can com­pete with chew­ing gum — they nor­mal­ize acid­i­ty in the oral cav­i­ty much bet­ter than chew­ing gum.
  • A pas­sion­ate kiss increas­es the lev­el of adren­a­line in the blood: the chem­i­cal reac­tions that occur in the brain dur­ing kiss­es are sim­i­lar to those that occur dur­ing para­chut­ing. A surge of adren­a­line helps to increase phys­i­cal and intel­lec­tu­al activ­i­ty.
  • Kiss­ing a loved one means train­ing your car­dio­vas­cu­lar sys­tem, because at the moment of a kiss, the pulse increas­es sig­nif­i­cant­ly and blood cir­cu­la­tion in the body improves. This, in turn, pre­vents the devel­op­ment of a dis­ease such as veg­e­ta­tive-vas­cu­lar dys­to­nia.
  • The aver­age per­son spends 336 hours of their life kiss­ing.
  • In sum­mer, a per­son kiss­es three times more often than in oth­er sea­sons.

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