Kissing is good for you. You knew that, right? How could it be bad after all? Well, maybe if the other person hasn’t brushed in a while…
Science now backs up that first statement. Like we needed science to approve it before we kissed!
Kissing helps keep your mouth and teeth healthy by activating saliva. Sounds gross, but it’s a good thing. Saliva cleans away food particles and helps your teeth enamel.
Kissing makes you feel good
psy physcology physcologically in your brain, which transfers to better overall health. That must be partly why parents [mainly Mommies] can kiss away boo-boos.
Kissing helps you work better, helps your husband make more money, boosts your self-esteem, and burns calories.
I Thessalonians 5:26 Greet all the brethren with an holy kiss.
Just keep it holy y’all.
Information taken from the following sites:
- Article from A Kiss is More than a Kiss from Soft Dental
- Benefits of Kissing from Dating Match Makers
- Kissing Therapy from Salon.com
- A Kiss a Day Keeps the Plaque Away
I found some fun facts about kissing at Dating MatchMakers.com. [You know I’m not endorsing them.] Here are some of my favorites:
Do you know a study in 1997 out of Princeton University concluded that our brains are equipped with neurons that help us find our lovers lips in the dark. [I read about this in some book where it was jokingly called “Honeymoon Eyes.”]
Do you know you burn 26 calories in a 1 minute kiss. [One minute is a kinda long kiss.]
Do you know matrimonial pollsters’ studies prove that a man who kisses his wife good-bye when he leaves for work every morning averages a higher income than does the fellow who doesn’t. [What if he kisses his wife and his 3 kids?]