Why Do People Close Their Eyes When They Are Kissing?
Have you ever wondered why people tend to close their eyes when they are kissing? So, let us delve deeper into this topic to find out!
According to psychologists, people close their sight organ while kissing to allow the brain to properly focus on the task at hand.
An interesting fact is that when kissing and engaging in other tactilely pleasurable activities (such as sex and dancing), people prefer to focus on touch rather than other potentially distracting sensory experiences.
People tend to close their sight organ during an intimate moment to process the experience without the visual portions of it distracting them.” As a result, the same logic applies to kissing.
When you kiss someone, you probably don’t give it much thought; it just happens, right? You both feel the sparks fly, so you lean in for the kiss with your eyes open, but you close your sight organ somewhere between locking eyes and locking lips. Whether you want it or not, this happens involuntarily.
I’ll share my own experience on the subject. In all my years of kissing girls, I can’t recall ever closing my eyes during a kiss.
Keep these concepts in mind the next time you kiss your lover with your sight organ closed, either before or after you kiss. What do you think?
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