Give Me A Kiss
The experimental group obtained better results with regard to quality of life and emotional depression. Further studies are needed to determine the predictive factors of the recovery of facial mimic. Clinical rehabilitation impact: The ability of patients with unilateral facial paralysis to recognize and appropriately judge facial expressions and perceive the judgments of others remains underexplored.
The likelihood of recovering near-normal facial-function after grade VI facial paralysis is low. Also read: Bigg Boss OTT: Raqesh Bapat opens up to Shamita Shetty about divorce, says he was 'on the verge of breaking' They've also shared emotional moments with each other, like the time when Shamita got into an argument with Nishant Bhat during a task and confided in Raqesh, and when Raqesh attempted to placate Shamita after a tiff, and spoke about the difficulties he's been through in his life, including his father's death and his divorce, which he said nearly broke him.
When Raqesh sat with Divya Agarwal when she was crying, it seemingly upset Shamita, and the two had a slight argument about it. I'm not your girlfriend," she told him, but they eventually made up. Kissing makes you more alert. Kissing often stimulates the release of adrenaline and noradrenaline. Not only do these chemicals make you feel excited by increasing your heart rate, they make you more alert, as your body prepares for action … of any kind.
Kissing can reduce your stress levels. According to affection exchange theory , as mentioned in a study in the Western Journal of Communication [ PDF ], physical exchanges of affection, including kissing, "buffer the individual against the physiological effects of stress. Reducing your stress could lower your cholesterol levels. The same study authors theorize that if affectionate behavior reduces stress, "then it is logical to predict that it will also effect improvements on physiological parameters that are exacerbated by stress" such as cholesterol.
Cholesterol has a number of essential physiological functions, they write, "including maintaining membrane fluidity, producing bile, and contributing to the metabolism of fat-soluble vitamins. Kissing can reduce your allergy symptoms. Allergic responses can be aggravated by stress. Since kissing reduces stress by sending those feel-good hormones mentioned earlier to the brain, as well as alleviating cortisol, a Japanese study in Physiology and Behavior explored the relationship between the stress-lowering activity of kissing on allergic reactions.
Ninety participants were evenly divided into three groups: 30 with atopic dermatitis, 30 with allergic rhinitis, and 30 in a control group.