The biochemistry of kisses reveals that saliva increases sex drive, so the wetter the kiss, the more chemistry is exchanged. The more chemistry, the more we are aroused. Folks in the kissing-science field have also discovered links between kissing and coupling-affecting hormones. Coupling hormones are important to human reproductive success. So kissing really does have a lot to do with transferring genes from generation to generation.
The lowly kiss is clearly far more important than the ordinary person might think. If you lack kissing confidence, view the video above for instructions.
Wet Kiss Saliva Studies
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By: Katie Cordrey - Published: Feb 16, 2009 • References: usnews