It is ofﬁcial – kissing is good for you. Yes, it might make you feel sexy and start to release those love hormones, but according to London escorts, kissing makes you smarter as well. Perhaps we should all start kissing a lot more.
When we kiss oxytocin is released and that helps us to feel even sexier. Oxytocin is the love hormone, and this is the main hormone which puts us in a loving mode. London escorts say that oxytocin can do many other things for as well. Did you know that ocytocin can make us smarter and more relaxed, it turns out that oxytocin is one of these hormones that can serve many purposes within the body, and we should try to get as much of it.
But like I said to London escorts, how can we get more of this vital hormone. Well to my surprise London Outcall escorts said that you can buy it as a nasal spray! I think that is wonderful idea, but I can’t see a whole bunch of London escorts running around with little spray bottles for a quick ﬁx. No, I think that London escorts need to come up with another idea which is perhaps a bit more romantic.
How many times a day do you kiss? I kiss my husband once in the morning and if he is home lunch time, I will give him a quick kiss again. That is really nice but it certainly isn’t enough. Okay, so we do kiss a lot more in the evening before we go to bed, but I still wonder if that is enough to promote good health.
Of course, when you are making love to someone, you may kiss a lot and kissing should always be included in love making. But if we want to be clever, how often do we need to kiss? I searched high and low for data on this topic, but could not ﬁnd any useful information.
It was quite surprising really, but could this be a topic that scientists have totally missed? It certainly seems so, and perhaps we should do a kissing survey. Also, if kissing makes us clever, does that mean that really smart people do more of it? It is time to compare notes to ﬁnd out if kissing does make us cleverer.
Professor Albert Einstein, one of the smartest man of old time, said that he enjoyed kissing.
Apparently he used to kiss a lot and I wonder if that accounts for his smarts. He was also a bit of Casanova, and used to have a lot of different girlfriends that he used to date. Obviously he used to kiss them as well.
Now, if Professor Albert Einstein knew that kissing was good for us, why haven’t scientists done a lot more research into this hormone oxytocin? It would be interesting to see a full study on how it works, and found out the true science behind kissing. Perhaps it will turn us all into quantum physicists?