Five Things That Happen To You When You Kiss Someone For The First Time

June 16, 2017

Couple about to kiss

So many of us here like seeing escorts. Hey, if we don’t, we are probably in the wrong place. One of the best things about the industry is the ability to see many different escorts at the drop of a hat.

But what is the reason the variety is so enticing? Well, after reading various studies on how our body reacts when we kiss someone for the first time, we may well have an answer.

Here are five things that happen to your body when we pucker up with someone for that amazing first experience.

1) It Can Relieve Stress

For guys especially, in much the same way as when you have an alcoholic drink, kissing someone for the first time can really relax you.

A study cited on NBC found college students who participated in 15-minute kissing sessions managed to dramatically reduce their levels of the stress hormone – cortisol.

Coupled with that, there was a an increase in oxytocin, which is the brain’s happy juice.

Funnily enough, women saw a decrease, make of that what you will.


2) It Fights Cholesterol

No, I’m not kidding, it really does. Researchers for the Western Journal of Communication found, that romantic kissing can actually decrease serum cholesterol.

Who needs to watch your diet? Just see new escorts every week and heart disease will be a thing of the past!


3) Saliva Helps You Pick a Mate

Right, I am not sure about this one. Sloppy kisses are allegedly the bodies way of assessing if the person you’re kissing is a potential mate. This is according to research conducted by Oxford University.

This is apparently because the chemicals in saliva can find out if your partner will have strong children.

Sounds like bullshit to me, but if Oxford Uni say it, it must have an element of truth at least.


4) Your Adrenaline Goes Through The Roof

Yep, when we kiss someone for the first time, a boost of adrenaline increases our heart rate, our energy levels, and our blood flow levels.


5) Other Chemicals are Released Too

Justin Lehmiller, a psychology professor at Harvard told The Expondent that when we kiss, our brains are flooded with dopamine.

Dopamine is what our brain releases when we do things we like, like maybe eating chocolate or performing exercise.

So, there we go. Kissing someone for the first time really does have some incredible benefits. Therefore the moral of the story is see more escorts, kiss more escorts.


Not only is it fun, it is healthy!

Martin Ward
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