7 Reasons Why Kissing Is Good For Your Health

Okay. Okay. It’s none of my business. Or it is. I am approximately correct. You remember your first kiss. Or you don’t. It was a long time ago. Either way, you probably paid no much attention. It was a fling. A middle school crush that never saw the sun.

Hold on a second. You remember it. It made your mind block the words of your consciousness. It was the beginning of the new identity. It caused your thoughts become like gliding clouds, fading in and out of the heavens. All over sudden, your mind just hung out a “Do Not Disturb” sign.

A good kiss is memorable. Deep down you wish you could have it forever. You entirely couldn’t open your eyes. You’re smiling. I know what you are thinking. It’s impossible. Here is the thing, at the moment it makes you sort out your thoughts, arrange them, impose order. I call it a stab of feeling. A message across the darkness. Suddenly, you experience a breathless instant of release. You are free.

A bad kiss is haunting. You want to wash your mouth with acid. Toothpaste and brush don’t seem to make you forget it. It is sad as being told God dislikes you. You feel like standing in the middle of a burning lake of yourself, unable to escape. Your skin is bunching around the eyes, a pained stare. The bathroom mirror seems too big. You want to smash it. There’s a tingling pain in the back of the throat.

What am I I trying to say? Well…you have experienced the above. And more. But you probably never sat and analyzed the moments. You were never aware of the benefits. It turns out; there are more health benefits than just the cloud nine feeling. Not only the illusion that you could still be useful.

Here are the benefits of kissing. I mean health benefits. Let me hear your thoughts…

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