They say that smiling instantly makes you feel better... In a world where life sometimes doesn’t allow you catch your breath, it’s beautiful to know that a smile can be the solution to some of life’s trivialities.
Many Psychologists who have researched the benefits of a smile have found that smiling can actually lengthen your lifespan, and since smiling is often found to be contagious, isn’t it a wonderful notion that smiling at someone will make them smile back in return and inadvertently increase their lifespan? What a selfless benefit to the receiver of the smile!
So when you smile, Serotonins, Endorphins and Dopamine’s will be released naturally into your blood stream, these will relax you, boosting your immunity and controlling your circulatory system. You may have also heard the phrase – ‘grin and bear it’, well there maybe some truth in that phrase because when you smile these hormones become natural painkillers.
Even more bizarre is current study that says a smile can make in individual look more attractive and more successful, in comparison to someone who never smiles. So smile more if you want to have stronger and more meaningful relationships with others, not to mention a wealth of success.
So in conclusion if you are in pain, just smile and the pain will instantly lessen, if you are sad, just smile for your mood to lift, and if you want to be attractive and successful, JUST SMILE.
Here at Tempdent we smile all the time because we teach our learners, clients and our recruitment candidates the future of their smiles. If you want to learn about the true benefits of your smile we recommend you have a look at the various courses we offer whether it’s Practice Manager or Dental Nurse Qualifications or our excellent face to face or online CPD. However why don’t you shine even brighter by letting us find you that inspiring position where you can use that beautiful smile of yours right to the top of the ladder of success.
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