6 Surprising Health Benefits Of A Successful Cuffing Season

With the change of seasons, we’re expected to solidify our great fall wardrobe and enjoy pumpkin-flavored everything. It’s also time for us women to say goodbye to “hot girl summer” and usher in thotumn…just kidding. Seriously, though. It’s time for Cuffing Season.

According to the Urban Dictionary, Cuffing Season is defined as “the Fall and Winter months, when people who would normally rather be completely unattached find themselves along with the rest of the world desiring to be “cuffed” or tied down by a serious relationship.” Cuffing during the chillier seasons is more probable because the cold weather and prolonged indoor activity heighten the desire to lock down a cuddle buddy.

Understandable, but Cuffing Season has gotten a bad wrap over the years. If not careful, emotionally unaware individuals can find themselves lulled into a false sense of intimacy that can lead to them getting hurt once the seasons change along with their partner’s options. However, if done correctly, a successfully played Cuffing Season can also benefit your health in some very interesting ways. Check them out!

1. It Strengthens The Immune System

It has been found that regular affection can help alleviate most common ailments. In fact, researchers say