Smile, it's a free therapy
Smiling is a simple key to happiness. It is like someone said
“Sometimes your joy is the source of your smile, but sometimes your smile can be the source of your joy.” It is really a God's gift!
A smile can make anyone's day pleasant. It has that magic in itself. It is like a contagious disease that spreads from one person to another. If you smile at a person, known or unknown, I am sure they will smile back at you, without a reason. That is the speciality of a smile.The part of your brain that is responsible for controlling the facial expression of smiling is an unconscious automatic responsive area. Meaning that smiling can be completely unconscious, particularly when it comes to our habit of imitating another person's smile.
"Everytime you smile at someone, it is an action of love, a gift to that person, a beautiful thing.”
It can lift the mood of a depressed or tired person. A smile can make a person more energetic too. Smiling creates a chemical reaction in the brain that produces dopamine. Low dopamine levels are often associated with depression, while higher levels of dopamine produce a feeling of happiness.
Most importantly, our smile can make our loved ones happy. It is the best gift we can give them.It’s hard not to feel happy when you make someone smile. Thus we ourselves become happy.
Having a smiling face is the best makeup on a person's face. It can make him or her attractive and impressive.There is a real physical attraction factor linked to the act of smiling. So always fix a smile on your face.
It can also make you look more youthful. The muscles we use to smile also lift the face, making a person appear younger. So just try smiling your way through the day you'll look younger.
Smiling is the best way to face every problem, to crush every fear and to hide every pain. Smiling is believed to boost levels of serotonin, even when the smile is forced. Serotonin is a natural stress reducer in the brain. So even a made-up smile can help you deal with difficulties better.
So the conclusion is TO SMILE. Don't forget to make it a regular habit. Thus make yours and your loved ones happier.
“Let us always meet each other with a smile, for the smile is the beginning of love.”
– Mother Teresa