The first kiss is always memorable and imprinted in our brains for the rest of our lives. Thinking about it gives us butterflies and put a smile on our faces, but what is the science behind it? What exactly happens in our brain on our first kiss? Read on to find on.
Just before the lips meet –
According to the science of things, kissing connects to the pleasure hormones in your brains and releases them. It is produced when something enjoyable is done by you just like when you kiss. The hormone released is called dopamine which energizes your brain and senses and it also prepares it to gather new information and absorb new senses.
Here’s what happens to your brain and body during the kiss –
There is a high possibility that after a girl has locked lips with you, she might feel the same about you. But apart from that, while kissing, the two people involved will get turned on and adrenaline as well as big amounts of dopamine will be released. Apart from that, there is a possibility that the heart rate would increase. This would happen because you’re both nervous as well as excited.
Here’s what happens after the kiss –
According to scientific studies, kissing has found to trigger the release of a neurotransmitter which is called serotonin. This hormone is likely to cause feelings of obsession. Another hormone that is released is called oxytocin, whose release is spiked as well.
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