Smiling Benefits

Are you someone who smiles naturally? If you are, you have an advantage. As you’ll soon see, smiling benefits are powerful and not something you’d want to pass up on. But, thankfully, you don’t have to be a natural to reap the benefits of smiling. It’s a straightforward skill to learn.

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“A smile is happiness you’ll find right under your nose.” – Tom Wilson

Smiling Reduces Stress

By curling the edges of your lips up, you can bring you stress levels down, according to an article on kidshealth.org. “Smiling relaxes the facial muscles and calms the nervous system.”

Smiling is Linked to Longevity

In an interesting study, Major League Baseball (MLB) player’s cards were analyzed. It turns out that the players who smiled lived longer.

Smiling can Make you Happy

You may be used to seeing emotions and feelings as internal processes that influence our behaviors. But you can actually start from the other way around. By putting a smile on your face, even if you don’t ‘feel’ like it, you may find yourself a happier person.

These are just three of the benefits of smiling. But they should be enough to help you understand the magnitude of smiling.

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