1. Smiling lowers stress and anxiety

2. Smiling is contagious
Studies report that just seeing one person smiling activates the area of your brain that controls your facial movement, which leads to a grin.

3. Smiling releases endorphins
Endorphins are the same chemicals you get from working out or running, resulting in what is known as a runner’s high. Smile more to get that high without running.

4. You’ll be more attractive
A smile suggests that you’re personable, easy going, and empathetic. In fact, a study in the European Journal of Social Psychology found that smiling actually makes you more attractive to those you smile at.

5. Smiling strengthens your immune system
Smiling even makes your immune system stronger by making your body produce white blood cells to help fight illnesses.

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