Kissing a person is an act of affection and exchange of emotions, however, the effect of a tongue kiss on your brain causes substances related to attachment and excitement to be released.
According to research carried out by the biologist David Bueno i Torrens of the University of Barcelona, tongue kisses awaken substances such as dopamine, serotonin, epinephrine and oxytocin; which cause strong sensory reactions in the brain and whose effects you can discover in the photographs we have prepared for you.
The next time you meet your partner and kiss her in this way, you will already know what the effect of a tongue kiss is on your brain, so enjoy that moment
The tongue kiss is a form of communication, when it is accepted, trust is generated in the couple that allows them to continue interacting physically and emotionally.
The release of serotonin during a tongue kiss can provoke excitement or rejection, making it a strong indicator that will determine whether the kiss is still pleasant or not.
When dopamine is released due to a tongue kiss, the sensation produced by the brain is a pleasant state of well-being.
Another substance released is epinephrine, which increases the heart rate, causing the body to feel warm and the heart to accelerate.
In this interaction oxytocin also stands out, which causes attachment and trust between the couple.
A substance that can also be released during a tongue kiss, is nitric oxide, whose function is to relax blood vessels and causes an increase in blood flow to the penis, resulting in an erection.