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Six diseases you contact from kissing

Kissing is a mixture of chemicals and tastes that enhances the attraction or derails it. It triggers the brain to release some chemicals that keeps us in a good mood by igniting the pleasure centers of the brain. These chemicals includes Oxytocin, Dopamine and Serotonin which can make you feel euphoric and encourages feelings of affection and bonding. It also lowers our cortisol (stress hormone) levels.
kissing can reduce the cortisol levels, potentially improving your feelings of self-worth. It is understood that couple who were unhappy with their physical appearance had higher levels of cortisol in their body.
Kissing is definitely one of the best ways in showing affection. Unfortunately, so many people are not aware that intimate kissing that involves exchange of saliva can often transfer some bad diseases.
An deep ten seconds kissing can transfer over 80 million bacterias, so no one is exempted from the disease-spreading dangers of kissing.
Below are the scary diseases you can develop from kissing.
1. Polio
Polio is an acute viral infectious disease of the nervous system. The virus can affect the nerves and may lead to partial or full paralysis.
it is transmitted by direct person to person contact via; contact with infected mucus from the mouth or nose and contact with infected faeces.


INFLUENZA
Influenza which is known as the flu is an infectious disease caused by an influenza virus.
It spreads from person to person, usually through droplets made when people with the flu cough sneeze or talk, this infection is solely respiratory tract. 
INFECTIOUS MONONUCLEOSIS
Infectious mononucleosis or glandular fever popularly knowns as kissing disease , is an infection usually caused by the Epstein–Barr virus (EBV). 
It is also known as human herpesvirus 4, which is a member of the herpes virus family, it’s not limited to this because a few other viruses may also cause the disease.
It is primarily spread through saliva but can rarely be spread through semen or blood. Spread may occur by objects such as drinking glasses or toothbrushes. 
Mumps
Mumps formerly known as epidemic parotitis a distinctive and generally benign systemic viral infection that affects the salivary glands, causing them to swell.
It is highly contagious and usually spreads via airborne droplets from the nose or throat of an infected person to susceptible individual. 
RUBELLA
Rubella also known as “German measles” is an infection caused by a rubivirus. It is typically a mild infection that goes away within one week with or without treatment.
Rubella virus usually spreads by direct contact with respiratory secretions. The virus primarily replicates in lymphoid organs at the portal of entry and in the nasopharyngeal space after which a viremia develops before the exanthem begins to manifests.
GINGIVITIS
Gingivitis is a common and mild form of gum disease (periodontal disease) that causes irritation, redness and swelling of gingiva, the part of gum around the base of teeth. It’s paramount to take gingivitis seriously and treat it promptly. Gingivitis can lead to much more serious gum disease called periodontitis and tooth loss.
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