From boosting immunity, reducing stress, increasing longevity, strengthening your bond to making you feel high and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.
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Intro – 0:00
It’s a stress buster – 00:49
It’s an escape for both of you – 01:16
It’s communication without the talking – 01:45
It keeps you connected to your partner – 02:09
Reduces Fine Line And Wrinkles – 02:37
Helps you pick the best mate – 03:10
Improves Relationship Satisfaction – 03:54
Makes you feel high – 04:16
Strengthens the bond of love – 04:45
Keeps Your Relationship Centered – 05:01
Helps Your Relationship Through Challenges – 05:23
Increases longevity – 05:49
Boosts immunity – 06:20
It spurs arousal – 07:06
It’s free, fun, and can be experimental – 07:27
Heightens Feelings For Each Other – 07:46
1. It’s A Stress Buster: Kissing will bond you and your partner and show how much you care. Let’s say you just had a crap day at work, your partner gets home and plants a huge kiss on you. You are immediately in a better mood and can feel the love. The stress from the day is gone and you can have some time with your partner for some romance or cuddling. Either one is good for the soul.
2. It’s an escape for both of you: Often in our hurry-up-and-go lifestyles, kissing may seem like a passing thought or even a waste of time. But it’s one of the ways, besides physical intimacy, that allows us to disconnect from our busy lives.
3. It’s communication without the talking: A kiss can communicate that you love and miss a person. 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 feeling it.
4. It keeps you connected to your partner: The more time and effort we put into making sure we kiss our partner throughout the day, the stronger the relationship will be overall. Lips are filled with sensory nerves that send a huge amount of biological information to our brains, prompting it to produce oxytocin.
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