When it comes to kissing, we all have different reasons.
Some do it to convey love and care. Some consider it as a lucky charm. Whereas, some consider it as the first stage of lovemaking—perhaps, we all consider it as the gateway to lovemaking. Whatever it is, what most people don’t realize is kissing has health benefits. Here are some of them:
1. Reduces blood pressure.
2. Alleviates headaches and menstrual cramps.
3. Fights cavities.
4. Makes us feel happy.
5. Burns calories.
6. Boosts self-esteem.
7. Tone your facial muscles.
8. Helps measure our sexual compatibility.
Besides the health benefits, kissing also strengthen relationships. Studies show that couples, who spend time for passionate kissing daily, tend to have a happier and healthier relationship compared to those who don’t do the same. So if you want to stay healthy, at the same time, make your romantic relationship happier, kiss every day.
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