Kissing can overload your brain

22 March 2016 - 02:18
By © The Telegraph

It used to be thought that people closed their eyes while sharing a kiss because their vision could not focus on something as close as the other person's face. But scientists have rejected that theory, finding that the brain is unable to cope with the combination of the visual data and the tactile sensation of kissing.

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