Children’s laughter is the greatest happiness!
According to some data, the average child smiles 400 times a day and the entire adult smiles more than 20 times a day. Brett Blumenthal, wellness expert and author of One Habit a Week, proposes a simple rule: smile more often.
Research scientists show that a smile is always good for mental health, state of mind and mind, and for appearance. It usually reduces the heart rate and stress load. Experiments by Tara Kraft and Sarah Pressman of the University of Kansas showed that even when performing difficult tasks, smiling helped people lower their heart rate and recover faster from stress.
Smiling has a significant effect on our mood. In our brain, endorphins are actively produced, which enter the brain with the bloodstream, and then spread throughout the body. Scientists believe that these are “neuromodulators of joy.” They can reduce the feeling of physical pain or emotional discomfort.