smile muscles happy

smile muscles happy

It’s frequently said that it takes more muscles to frown than it does to smile. In reality, however, this is not the truth. A minimum of ten muscles are required to smile while frowning may only require six. We not only smile when we’re happy, but smiling may also make us happier. Even fake smiles result in the release of endorphins which in turn make us feel better! These endorphins have numerous benefits including stress relief and pain reduction. The effects of regular and continuous smiling can have an additive effect that results in a healthier immune system with an increased ability to fight off sickness and even reduce the risk of developing cancer. Consequently, routine smiling can have significant effects that helps us have a longer, happier, and healthier life! Smiles are also contagious and lead to a happy and fun environment for everyone!



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