9 Reasons Kissing is Good for Your Health

Getting married is, probably, the highest form of commitment we can make with the person we love the most. To keep the love burning, we should express affection. One way is to express our love is through kissing.

Kissing is unexplainable. Imagine a relationship without kissing. Isn’t it boring? While there are many ways to show affection such as hugging, cuddling, and sex, let’s face it, kissing is completely unique.

Within a romantic relationship like marriage, passionate lovemaking isn’t passionate without kissing. Cuddling without kissing is dull, and hugging without kissing has no deeper level of intimacy. Indeed, kissing plays a huge factor in every love story.

So what’s so good about kissing? First, kissing is a major ingredient in any romantic relationship. Second, kissing has health benefits, too. We’re not making claims here. Science can prove it. As Andréa Demirjian, author of Kissing: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about One of Life’s Sweetest Pleasure, said, “A kiss a day really can keep the doctor away.”

9 Reasons Kissing is Good for Your Health

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