#3 is arguably the top benefit.
Kissing has always been a romantic, beautiful and an easy way to express the feelings of love and affection. It may also be one of the earliest ways for social bonding.
There are definitely plenty of obvious reasons why people kiss. One of the main reasons is romance, but science is now saying that you can get more from kissing than feeling loved and wanted. In fact, it can be good for you and your health. Check out these nine reasons why kissing your partner every day can help you live longer.
Why run miles after miles when you can burn calories in the comfort of your own home, laying in your bed, having a romantic time with your partner.
If you’re really into it, then you can even exercise your neck too.
Apparently, kissing is not only good for your health — but it also helps you live better. A study conducted by a group of German physicians and psychologists back in the 1970s reveals that in order to have a happy, successful and long healthy living, kiss your life partner before you go to work every day. Researchers find that people who did it tend to be more productive at work, take less sick days, and make more money in general.
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