Last Updated on September 16, 2022
If you’ve ever asked yourself, “Why does she shake when we kiss?” you’ve come to the right place. During a kiss, this shaking is caused by a combination of excitement and nervousness. It happens less often when you’re already comfortable around her. The reason she shakes during your caress is probably because she’s nervous or excited about the new intimacy you’re about to initiate.
Because of nervousness
Sometimes, shy girls experience nervousness during the first kiss, especially in the early stages of dating. While a nervous girl may shake during the first kiss, it will likely diminish over time. The best way to deal with this problem is to relax, focus on the kiss, and get out of her own mind. When you are nervous about a kiss, you can use humor to ease your nerves. Try a breathing technique, such as deep breathing, to get the nerves out.
The CDC recommends that people who are HIV-positive avoid kissing, hugging, and other forms of social contact with those outside their household. Using the “social distancing” rule, people should stand at least 6 feet apart from people outside their household. That will reduce their chances of contracting COVID-19. In fact, a study by the public health nonprofit Morning Consult and Politico found that kissing someone outside your household was ranked the seventh highest risk for HIV transmission, compared to hugging someone inside your own home.
Until recently, the practice of kissing was the norm, but now many cultures are abandoning it altogether. The recent outbreak of the COVID-19 virus prompted many health officials to encourage people to wash their hands frequently and avoid crowds. The virus, which was originally discovered in Wuhan, China, has spread to every continent except Antarctica. A viral video featuring the ‘Wuhan Shake’ went viral in recent days.
The social distancing phenomenon has left some people feeling worn down by the lack of physical contact. Many people are now experiencing “skin hunger,” and are reluctant to make contact. According to the IFOP poll, only 42% of people kiss strangers anymore. In the past, however, this practice was halted by disease outbreaks, such as the “Black Death” that killed 25-30 million people in the mid-1300s.
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