What Happens To Your Body When You Start Kissing More Often

Did you know that tilting the head to the right is a style of kissing followed by about two-thirds of people? It is also interesting to note that a person kisses for only two weeks in their entire lifetime.

Is there anything sweeter than kissing your significant other? For centuries, couples have been locking lips to express their love. But it can do more than boost your bond and spark a physical connection: It can also lead to some major health benefits. And in today’s video, we will tell you reasons why you should pucker up. From making you happy, giving you a healthier heart, boosting immunity, better teeth to reducing cramps and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.

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Intro – 0:00
1. Burns calories – 00:48
2. Makes you happy – 01:35
3. You’ll Look Younger – 02:22
4. Better teeth – 02:53
5. Lower blood pressure – 03:29
6. Faster healing – 04:02
7. Reduced Allergy Symptoms – 04:33
8. Aids Partner Selection – 05:08
9. Reduces cramps – 05:51
10. Strengthens Your Bond – 06:17
11. Boosts immunity – 06:47
12. Healthy lungs – 07:41
13. Better focus – 08:06
14. Increases self esteem – 08:36
15. Healthier heart – 09:05
16. You’ll freshen up – 09:26
17. Longer life – 09:42


1. Burns calories: Kissing can increase your metabolism by up to 2 times, which will help you burn more calories.

2. Makes You Happy: Kissing prompts your brain to release a happy elixir of feel-good chemicals like serotonin, dopamine, and oxytocin.

3. You’ll Look Younger: It is scientifically known that a kiss involves the use of around 112 postural muscles and 34 facial muscles. While kissing, the muscles become trained and toned so you tend to look much younger than your usual self.

4. Better Teeth: Kissing increases the production of saliva in the mouth. This neutralises the acidity in the teeth cavities. Plus, the plaque that is built up in the mouth is also washed away due to increased saliva.

5. Lower blood pressure: Our lips are made up of blood vessels, which become dilated while kissing.

6. Faster Healing: According to a study, Love, pleasure, and lust have stress-reducing and health-promoting potential.

7. Reduced Allergy Symptoms: Allergic responses can be aggravated by stress. As mentioned earlier, kissing reduces stress by sending those feel-good hormones we mentioned to the brain. It also alleviates cortisol levels.

8. Aids Partner Selection: Various studies suggest that kissing may play a role in our process of assessing a potential partner.

9. Reduces Cramps: Kissing causes blood-vessel-dilation, which eases pain caused by menstrual cramps or headache.

10. Strengthens Your Bond: Pairs who kiss more often and longer may have a better connection.

11. Boosts Immunity: A study reported that kissing may increase immunity in women from a dangerous virus.

12. Healthy Lungs: Is kissing healthy? By now you know, it is. It’s obvious that your breathing becomes faster when you kiss another person.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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