Being more proud of your smile will only increase the amount you want to smile. Many Tooth Fairy Aligner patients have reported an increase in confidence and the desire to smile more often following their teeth straightening treatment.
A smile has many benefits to you. You are more likely be more approachable, be perceived as trustworthy, make friends and more attractive! Aside from this there are other important benefits of smiling in terms of your general health:
Perhaps one of the easiest ways you can look after your heart is being smiling. That’s true! Smiling and laughing lowers your blood pressure. Who knew!
The act of laughing leads to an initial increase in heart rate and oxygen consumption. This is followed by a period of muscle relaxation, decreased heart rate, and lower blood pressure. This helps in reducing the risk of you developing heart disease.
Laughing can offer a helpful boost to your immune system. Your laughter and positive thoughts release immune cells that fight stress and illnesses. A smile also increases infection-fighting antibodies, thus improving your resistance to illnesses.
Now you can see what was meant with the saying ‘laughter is the best medicine!’
This may perhaps be the most obvious benefit most people will think of with the connection between being happy and smiling being universally appreciated. ~
How does it work exactly? Well, because smiling releases endorphins which help in making you feel happier and more positive. Even the act of smiling tricks your brain into releasing endorphins. It can significantly improve your mood. Smiling will surely lift your spirits and turn a bad day into a good one.
Another great reason to smile right.
Sounds a little crazy doesn’t it? But it is true! Smiling causes the body to release its own painkillers and social laughter increases your pain threshold and gives you a higher pain tolerance. Getting a good laugh will literally put your pain at bay. If you are injured, suffer from a chronic disease or feeling some pain in your body, pull some out funny movies or series and get a good laugh. While the pain may not completely vanish, it will alleviate a bit for sure.