Simply Smile

A kind or amused expression, typically with the corners of the mouth turned up and the front teeth exposed is simply recognized as a smile. Our facial expressions have a way of conveying thoughts and feelings more than our words. Smiles generate engagement between people. Regardless of our mood, smiling can improve our health. When we smile, endorphins are released which in turn help us feel more positive and happier. Laughing triggers the release of endorphins, too. A good laugh even relieves some aches and pains.


Smiling and laughing can lower blood pressure, boost your body's immune system and reduce stress. The benefits of smiling are not only helpful for our mind but also for our overall well-being. Smiles are powerful!


So go ahead: crack a smile, spit out a laugh. It's not only fun, it's healthy.