Smiling improves your life, your health, your mood and your appearance.
Here are some Benefits of Smiling
Smiling Releases Endorphins, Serotonin and Natural Pain Alleviation
Research has shown that smiling releases endorphins, serotonin and natural pain killers. Endorphins, serotonin and pain killers help us feel good. Give yourself smile therapy.
Natural Mood Elevation
Smiling sends a message to your system that you are happy and in a good mood. When you smile you feel better. You feel happier and more positive. You feel more like doing something. You have a more positive attitude. Smiling is a mood elevator.
Smiling Relieves Stress
When you smile you feel more relaxed, positive and focused. You are more alert and aware of the present. It is like happy mindfulness stress relief. Smiling meditation.
Smiling Helps The Immune System
When you smile you are more comfortable and relaxed and your immune system functions better. Improve your happiness and health by smiling.
Smiling Lowers Blood Pressure
Smiling reduces blood pressure. If you have a blood pressure monitor take a reading. Smile for a while. Then take another reading.
Smiling Helps You To Be More Positive
Smiling creates positive feelings and a more positive attitude. This helps to improve your health and to be more positive. Here is a test. Smile. Try to think of something negative. It isn’t the same when you’re smiling. Smiling gives you a more positive outlook.
Smiling Improves Your Appearance
When you smile the muscles used lift your face making you appear younger. Smile while doing diaphragmatic breathing for a rejuvenating beauty treatment.
People Will Like You More
Smiling makes people seem more friendly, likeable, confident, approachable, neighborly, agreeable and attractive. A smiling person seems more alert, happy and optimistic.
Smiling People Seem More Like Winners
Smiling people seem more proud and confident. Smiling people are more likely to be hired, promoted, approached and liked. Smiling people seem more successful. Smile at work, meetings and appointments and make a better impression.
Smiling Makes Other People Smile
Smiling helps other people to smile and be happy. Smiling improves their moods and attitudes. Smiling makes situations more happy, peaceful and positive.
So, Smile, Smile, Smile!
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