Smile: The Curve that Sets Everything Straight

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Smile is the curve that sets everything straight.
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Smile, and the world smiles with you, right? Well, not exactly. It’s true that smiling more will make you more approachable and put people at ease around you, but what if there’s another benefit to be had? Smile a bit longer and more often, and you might actually end up feeling better in your own skin—and that’s something that can make the world smile with you. Here are five tips to help get you started on your journey of happiness through smiling!

A smile is more than just a facial expression, it’s an emotional state. I’ve seen people smile because they’re happy or because they’re relieved, and it makes me feel good to know that I was a part of their happiness. It doesn’t take much to put a smile on someone’s face, but it can make all the difference in the world.
There are countless studies about the importance of smiling for our mental health and the importance of smiling for other people’s mental health as well. Smiling releases hormones like endorphins that reduce stress and make us feel better about ourselves. When we see someone else smile, we release those same hormones too, which is why seeing someone smile always lifts your spirits.

What is a smile?

A smile is a curve that sets everything straight. It’s the best way to make someone’s day and it’s contagious. Smiling reminds you how blessed you are, even when things aren’t going your way. For example, let’s say you have an awful day at work or school and on your way home you see an elderly woman with her arm in a sling; instead of feeling sorry for her, just smile at her because she might not have seen one in a while. A smile shows people they’re loved–even if they don’t know it yet.

The benefits of smiling

A smile is the curve that sets everything straight.
A smile can change your mood in seconds and make you feel good about yourself.
A smile can brighten someone’s day, especially if they’re having a bad one.
Smiling gives you a sense of pride, even if it’s fake at first.

How to smile more often

We all know the benefits of smiling. It makes you look and feel good, it helps your mood, and it can even increase your happiness. But sometimes it’s easier said than done to keep a smile on your face. Here are some ways to help you be more cheerful and boost your mood.

1) Smile when you think about something funny or happy. Smiling will cause your brain to release serotonin, which is an endorphin that makes you feel good.

2) Remember what made you laugh or smile recently and try to recall why it was funny or joyful. This will remind you of the happy feeling and make you smile again in the present moment.

Do something to make yourself smile

The people we surround ourselves with everyday can make or break our mood. When they are happy, so are we. We want to be a part of the happiness and not on the outside looking in. If you’re feeling down, do something to make yourself smile.
1) Watch your favorite funny video or show 2) Listen to upbeat music 3) Spend time with animals 4) Give someone a hug 5) Write down three things you like about yourself 6) Spend time outdoors 7) Get creative

Dr. Sajeev Dev
Dr. Sajeev Dev
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