SCIENTISTS AGREE WITH THOSE WHO BELIEVE IN LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT, HAPPY ENDINGS, AND THE POWER OF THAT FIRST GORGEOUS ENSCLAVE WHEN IT COMES TO FIRST KISSES
. That’s because a kiss, according to academics, is much more than just a method to express your admiration for someone. It’s a quick and effective way to determine whether a possible mate is right for you.
Sheril Kirshenbaum writes in her book The Science of Kissing that when we are so close to someone, all of our senses are engaged, enabling our bodies to judge compatibility and the possibility of a long-term connection. According to her, this behaviour developed to help people meet three fundamental needs: sex desire, romantic love, and attachment. She explains, “In other words, kissing facilitates relationship search,
So how do we do all of them by locking lips? You can’t help but smell the other person when you kiss them. Additionally, it has been discovered by biologists that women are more attracted to the smell of guys with highly dissimilar immune systems to their own.
This might be because future offspring would have a wider range of genetic variations, which would make them healthier and more likely to survive, according to Kirshenbaum. In this way, a kiss acts as nature’s ultimate litmus test to let us know when to move forward in a relationship.