Variousstudies conducted over the years have shown that smiling and laughter can boost the functioning of the immune system. This may help to reduce your risk of developing everything from the common coldto chronic diseases such as cancer. Could there be a less expensive medicine than this?
Smiling and laughter helps to promote release of a “feel good” group of hormones called endorphins. Theseare the same group of hormones responsible for the runners high you hear so much about. If you don’t have time to get to the gym for a hard run, try adding a smile and a bit of laughter toboost these natural, stress relieving hormones.
Why do teen girls spend many dollars on makeup and cosmetic procedures to look more attractive and then walk around with a scowl on their faces?The most beautiful face in the world will not be pleasing with down turned lips and a sour expression. In contrast, a plain face can be transformed by the power of a smile. If you want to lookbetter, try adding a genuine smile.
A Smile Inspires Others.
When you smile at friends, family, fellow students and even stranger you not only boost your own health and beauty, you also senda positive message that can potentially change someone else’s mood for the better. The stranger you graced with your smile may go on to pass the kindness to someone else. Who knows how far youroriginal smile will travel?
The next time you’re tempted to face the world with a frown, remember another old quotation.
“It takes seventeen muscles to smile and forty-three to frown”.