Kissing a Great Way to Reduce Stress, So Get Started

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Kissing a Great Way to Reduce Stress, So Get Started

A KISS IS A GREAT TO REDUCE STRESS, SO EVERYONE GET STARTED NOW

Showing the love and love for your partner isn’t just by giving attention or gifts.  There are a lot of great ways!  But one of the best and easiest is the kiss.  Kissing is to couples as wet is to water.  It’s a form of communication.  It’s fun.  It gets your heart going.  But it’s also a huge way to be affectionate!  But it’s also now a proven method to reduce your stress.  Get it?  Had a horrible day at work?  Go home.  Make love.  But at a minimum, get to first base and stay there a while!

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JUST HOW DOES A KISS REDUCE STRESS?

So how can a kiss reduce a person’s stress?  Kissing is about being vulnerable and present.  But it’s also exciting, yet in a way that makes you more relaxed.  It’s hard to have a real kiss and not have the monkey on your back feel just a bit lighter.  But kissing also helps you reduce the hormone cortisol that’s running around your system, announcing stress and making it worse.  When you have too much of this stress hormone, you even get sick.  Like, ill, stay at home and why do I feel so awful?  Because cortisol diminishes your immune system and makes you weak, even to the common cold.

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OTHER BENEFITS OF KISSING

Kissing also increases your happiness. This is because when you’re kissing, endorphins are triggered.  Endorphins make you feel good.  They make you feel happy.  They are a huge part of falling in love.  But when you kiss, that happy feeling is really important in making you healthier, less stressed.  The happier you are, the longer you live.  So kiss today, kiss tomorrow.  Just be sure to kiss every day.

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