A smile plays a very important role in maintaining and improving your health, both physically and emotionally. As Phyllis Diller once said: A smile is a curve that sets everything straight, and the smile can help you to stand out, improve people’s perception of your attractiveness and relieve any stress you might be experiencing. And if you’re still not convinced, there is evidence that those who smile often live an average of 7 years longer than those who rarely conjure a regular smile.
Smile to help reduce your blood pressure.If you’re a person suffering from high blood pressure (hypertension), then it’s recommended that you smile a lot more.
Smile to seem more successful. People who smile appear more confident, are more likely to be promoted, because they will put their boss into a happy mood, and are more likely to be approached by many people, as well as making more friends