The many benefits of Smiling
Updated: May 19, 2020
Your perception is your projection.
If you were to observe yourself over any given day how often are you smiling? Offering a smile? Using smiling as a way to ease pathways of communication or break the ice with another person?
Its an extremely powerful tool, yet oh so passive. And as the saying goes' I have never seen a smile that wasn't beautiful", on a person.I know that includes you.
While Scientist used to believe that we could not "Fake" it,it has now been proven that you indeed can. This is because your minds idea of what is happening based on the 2 million senses of data it is receiving externally at any given time your mind and body responds to it by simulating that which you are doing.Great! :)
It is also known that what you admire in others can become a template for you.
Have you noticed that those who smile the most often seem to have the most success, or the happiest lifestyle, regardless of what is happening around them?
Some smile by default or are the happy go lucky type genetically wired to. Others may have realised the great benefits to be enjoyed by the simple easy action. You may be one of most that need to "Train your Brain to do so.
A smile is powerful. :)
It has so many benefits: it is universal, it breaks barriers, it relationships a smile creates sexual attractions, as it sends the message I can be happy, you can make me happy. :)
A smile lowers stress, and even induces the brain to "think faster while on your feet"in decision making moments. Whenever you smile your mind feels really happy ... in fact when your smile flashes across your face; dopamine, endorphins and serotonin are all released into your bloodstream,like happy effervescent bubbles making not only your body relax but also work to lower your heart rate and blood pressure..how fabulous is that!
Smiling is the best mood booster as well as helps your body release cortisol and endorphins that maintain these many health benefits, as listed below:
· Reduced blood pressure.
· Increased endurance.
· Reduced pain.
· Reduced stress.
· Strengthened immune system.
Its free, and easy,and contagious in a wonderful way. :)
A quick fact: it requires your body use less fuel to work fewer muscles than frowning. So you are in effect being a self contained energy conservative :)
I suggest you begin your practice today.
While it may take you time to consciously increase your frequency; the benefits to costs is a bloody good investment , with some high high returns, leaving you well rewarded.
Put a smile on your dial today :)