How to flirt for health benefits? Women’s magazine “LIZA”

March 13, 2016, 5:46 p.m

Flirt­ing is a sub­tle art, mas­ter­ing which you can not only cheer your­self up, but also improve your health. Dur­ing flirt­ing, hor­mones of hap­pi­ness and plea­sure are pro­duced in the body. Endor­phin and sero­tonin are the so-called “mag­ic hor­mones” that help to cope with a bad mood and not only. A surge of emo­tions in moments of flirt­ing will allow you to get rid of lethar­gy, migraines and depres­sion.


Sci­en­tists were not too lazy and found that those who love and know how to flirt are health­i­er, look younger, self-con­fi­dent and do not suf­fer from com­plex­es. There are sev­er­al oth­er health ben­e­fits of flirt­ing.

It’s easy to get slim!

Diet. Woman in Sportswear Measuring Her Waist

Sci­en­tists have found that flirt­ing great­ly con­tributes to weight loss. It turned out that women who seek to attract the atten­tion of a man spend 95 kcal per minute even on dress­ing, while women who do not seek to attract the atten­tion of men spend three times less calo­ries in the process of dress­ing. Dur­ing flirt­ing, more calo­ries are con­sumed than, for exam­ple, dur­ing a reg­u­lar walk.

Easy to operate!


Psy­chol­o­gists believe that flirt­ing helps a man and a woman pro­tect them­selves from stress and relieves psy­cho­log­i­cal stress. Easy, unob­tru­sive com­mu­ni­ca­tion helps to be in good shape. I want to set goals and achieve them. There is a desire to be proud of you and look with admi­ra­tion! This moti­vates you to show your­self from the best side, even in a pro­fes­sion­al way! As a result, you can work more pro­duc­tive­ly and more inten­sive­ly. In addi­tion, the work becomes not so bor­ing and monot­o­nous.

It’s easy to believe in yourself!

Flirt­ing increas­es self-esteem and “inspires”, experts say. In such a del­i­cate mat­ter, it is impor­tant not to go too far. The object of flirt­ing may not always rec­i­p­ro­cate. Also, it is impor­tant to keep your dis­tance. When peo­ple get too close, it is per­ceived as an inva­sion of per­son­al space. The most opti­mal dis­tance for flirt­ing is 30–50 cm. This dis­tance cre­ates an atmos­phere of inti­ma­cy and, at the same time, secu­ri­ty. And, remem­ber, flirt­ing is an invalu­able med­i­cine for the body and not only yours. The main thing is to know the mea­sure in every­thing!

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