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Flu and colds don't catch from kissing, here's everything you need to know
Written by SOT.COM.AL 31 Janar 2023
The idea of ??kissing someone with the flu can seem awkward, especially because of the fear that you might catch a virus that will leave you in bed for days.
But can kissing really affect the transmission of viruses or colds if one of the people is affected by them?
Can You Get Sick With a Kiss?
Experts say people can't get sick just from a kiss because viruses are spread through secretions.
Studies, which AgroWeb.org refers to, show that people have no problem shaking someone's hand when they are sick, but precisely, such a gesture tends to make you sicker and faster than a kiss.
Fingers get dirtier and pass the virus from the nose to the eyes and vice versa.
Studies show that in at least 70% of cases, women have a lot of trouble kissing someone who has a cold on the lips.
22% of women do not even think of sharing a bed with a partner affected by cold or flu.
46% of them would never kiss their partner on the lips if he had the flu.
How Are Viruses Spread?
The experts, referred to by AgroWeb.org, clarify that the viruses responsible for flu and colds are spread through secretions originating from the respiratory tract.
So if your partner does not have a cough and secretions, you can kiss him without fear.
But on the other hand, you have to be careful with the touch.
The chances of getting sick from someone who put their hand over their mouth when they coughed or sneezed and then grabbed your hand are many times higher.
The chances of getting sick are just as high if you touch doorknobs, elevator buttons, and anything else touched by someone who is sick.
Spreading infections requires close and prolonged contact with others.
It can be accelerated if a person sneezes or coughs into another person's face, or if they touch them with their hand.
Lack of accurate information can increase or decrease the likelihood of communicable diseases, while kissing does not.