Has the kissing waned in your relationship? Do you cringe when you see your aunt coming in for a big kiss at family functions? It may be time to pucker up! Turns out that kissing — even your family and friends — has loads of mental and physical benefits that make getting your smooch on totally worth it. Kissing triggers your brain to release a cocktail of chemicals that leave you feeling oh so good by igniting the pleasure centers of the brain.
16 Reasons to Smooch: How Kissing Benefits Your Health
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Humans pucker up for all kinds of reasons. We kiss for love, for luck, to say hello and goodbye. Pressing your lips against someone else and, in some cases, swapping saliva? There are many theories about how kissing originated and why we do it. Others believe kissing is instinctual and rooted in biology.