5 Interesting Facts About Lip Locking
By: Pinki Wed, 11 July 2018 12:04 PM
French kiss, lip locking, smooching or whatever you may want to call it, it’s one of the best feeling when you are in love. It strange how we could come up with this when you consider the mechanics- putting your mouth on another human’s mouth, touching tongues, swapping spit. You definitely could be a pro in this game, but we bet that you might be still unaware of certain facts that we are going to tell you. Read on to know what were those facts that totally stunned you!
* Your kissing style originates in the womb
Ever noticed that you lean towards your right while kissing someone? Well this is because this instinct originates from the womb when we naturally tilt our head towards right. Next time when you kiss someone, just see if you tilt towards your right or left.
* It takes serious muscle power
One kiss requires the coordination of 146 muscles total, including 34 facial muscles and 112 postural muscles, i.e. all the muscles around your mouth! Lost the count? We too! Kissing seems like some serious workout for your mouth. No wonder why all the guys have so such smooth jawlines.
* It makes your heartbeat faster
When you are kissing someone, your brain send signals to the adrenal glands that in return releases hormones like adrenaline, epinephrine and norepinephrine. These hormones result in your heart beating faster and pumping more blood towards your brain.
* A single minute kiss can help to reduce 2 to 3 calories
Kissing enhances your metabolic rate, thus triggering your body to burn down calories. The longer you kiss the more calories you burn. So go on and grab your partner to share a long and passionate kiss, but be sure to gasp some air in between.
* It helps your body to become resistant to allergies
When you kiss someone you are swamping about 300 kinds of bacteria with your partner approximately. These bacteria then tend to live in your and your partner’s body that help to fight infections better and and as well shield you against allergies.