Kissing is something that most men and women enjoy and we know the mechanics of basic kissing. Let’s take a look deeper into kissing, you may even learn something new. Here’s a kissing fun fact. Kissing releases endorphins and neurotransmitters (chemicals) like Dopamine, responsible for emotional arousal and Noradrenaline for physical arousal. I wasn’t great at science is school – but that is the kind of chemistry I can enjoy.
I’ve heard the skin on the lips is 200 times more sensitive than the fingers. You’re aroused by touching your partner with your fingers, but it is much more stimulating to touch your partner’s lips in a kiss.
Many people like to have their neck and jaw kissed, but how about kissing the ear? Here are some tips and a warning or two. First, the tips – you can suck gently on your partner’s earlobe and run the tip of your tongue along the edge of the ear. Pay attention to your partner and how they react to these various things and then you will know what they prefer. Second – don’t make too much noise when you’re kissing the ear – remember you are right playing with the ear so everything is louder. Also, don’t be slippery wet with your play – a nice mix between too wet and too dry I great. Dr Ava, founder of Loveology University, says you get extra points for taking this opportunity to whisper something naughty to your partner.
Do you ever kiss your partner with your lips together, but your hips away from one another? William Cane, kissing coach and author of The Art of Kissing has a suggestion. If you want to crank up the heat and the intimacy, take a step closer and bring your hips together. Even clothed, pressing your hips together will heat things up between you.
I saw a report that said half of the men say that long, hot, steamy kisses are a great way to get them ready for sex. There are other ways to get him ready – like dropping your clothes to the floor or simply saying that you want him. But hot, steamy kisses are a way that you can both enjoy and that will get both your juices flowing.
Many men enjoy or at least fantasize about watching women together, kissing, fondling or having sex. A December 2008 Cosmo poll says that over half the women between 18 and 24 have kissed another woman. However, less than half the women between 25 and 34 have kissed another woman.
Would you have sex with a bad kisser? An article from eHarmony.com says that the answer to that question depends on whether you’re a man or a woman. Men are at least twice as likely to have sex with a bad kisser than women. Men, women – do you agree with their thoughts?
When your partner leaves, do you get a peck on the cheek or a full kiss on the lips? Kissing is one of the first things that can disappear in a relationship, so a first signal could be that the kisses get more innocent and shorter. If you notice your partner is barely kissing you – reach up, slide your fingers into his hair and pull his mouth closer to yours and remind him of how steamy things can be between you.
Have you noticed that men tend to do more open mouth kissing and become more aggressive as he gets more turned on? According to a study by the University of Albany, this isn’t a coincidence. Evidently, he wants to share the libido boosting testosterone with you, so he does this through an open mouth kiss.
Dr Ava also says that coy kisses aren’t enough sometimes. If you’re looking to turn up the heat with your partner – passionate, toe curling kisses will elevate your blood pressure, make your heart beat faster, get you excited and make it easier to orgasm. So, you can go for a short jog or you can enjoy some passionate kissing with your partner to get your heart pumping. Sounds like an easy choice for me…
Did you know that kissing involves a number of muscles? Twenty muscles have to coordinate for a kiss. Maybe that’s why not all kissers are equal. The tongue is an important part of French kisses and body kisses and the tongue is made up of a group of muscle that makes it the strongest in the body – how do you work out your tongue? By the way – you have a “kissing muscle” which is used to pucker and its called the “orbicularis oris muscle”.
This information is included in my upcoming book about the Art of Kissing. While you’re waiting for the complete book, take a look at my FREE report on the Art of Kissing from Head to Toe – A Love Prints Report – http://myfreeinformationarticles.com/kissing-head-to-toe/