Main reasons to smile more

To live a happier and healthier life, we need to smile more often, and these are not just words, but a scientifically sound statement. Even when we smile without feeling particularly happy, we start the production of chemicals in the body that help us tune in a more positive way.

Psychologists and health researchers around the world are finding more and more evidence that smiling is good:

1) People around tend to underestimate the age of the person who smiles;

2) People often adopt what they see: they will respond the same with a smile: when others smile back, they also improve their mood;

3) Smiling, we relax, our blood pressure decreases, as well as the possibility of heart disease;

4) People who smile more are usually more optimistic and emotionally stable;

5) When we see that others smile, our heart and brain function is stimulated. This effect is even stronger than from eating chocolate or getting money.

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  • Do you like a company of smiling people?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Do you try to smile more?

    • Yes
    • No

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Written by Abhishek Verma

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