YOUR BODY ON KISSING

(Women's Health) A hot make out session especially with a new love interest can enliven just about every part of you:

Face and Mouth
  • Oddly, it all starts with a tilt to the right, 80 percent of people angle their head that way when going in for a kiss. Lips are up to 200 times more sensitive than super-sensitive fingertips.
  • Your nose is buried in his scent, which may be emitting subtle chemical attractants that could intensify your arousal.
  • A quick peck uses a couple of muscles, but kissing passionately engages some 24 facial muscles plus 100 other muscles in your body. A fierce make-out might slay up to 100 calories.
  • Your salivary glands begin their own workout, pumping out extra spit. During a real tongue twist, about nine milliliters of your saliva finds its way into his mouth and vice versa. The gross news: That juice is teaming with as many as 1 billion bacteria. The better news: 95 percent of those are harmless.

Blood Flow
If you are really into this dude, the kiss sends shock waves throughout your body that can increase blood flow to certain areas.

Adrenal Glands
Sensing the hubbub, the adrenal glands unleash adrenaline. Cue a pounding heart, heavy breathing, or sweaty palms. if the two of you become a couple, kissing could eventually trigger an opposite effect peace instead of passion.

Brain
  • The physical thrill may prompt your brain to cue up dopamine, a neurotransmitter associated with pleasure. At the same time, other parts of your brain are shutting down negative emotions.
  • Your lip locking may also have prompted your pituitary gland and his to release oxytocin, the "bonding hormone." you two might already be forming an emotional attachment.

Mood
Any kind of make-out can reduce tension and hike happiness. Duos who kiss frequently are more likely to have long, satisfying relationships.

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