5 Logical Evidence That Link Smile To Happiness


5 Logical Evidence That Link Smile To Happiness

The state of your mind can make you or ruin you. An unfortunate state of mind also affects the people around you, and so does a good state of mind. Smile is one of the silent means through which people gauge your state of mind. Apart from the fact that smiling makes you beautiful, it also makes you happy. Away from scientific researches, here are some down to earth irrefutable evidence that appeals to logical reasoning, linking the act of smiling to happiness.

Smiling is that muscular activity on your face that curls your mouth upward when you are pleased with what had happened or what is happening. Happiness, on the other hand, is that pleasurable feeling that comes with satisfaction or when something good happens. In this article, we’re going to redefine smiling as an expression and how it can lead to happiness in a way that you will most definitely agree with. Smiling can help you to relax, contact happiness and lots more, just read through to the end.

Smiling Makes You Feel Relaxed

5 Logical Evidences That Link Smile To Happiness

5 Logical Evidence That Link Smile To Happiness

When you frown, your muscles become tense. Have you noticed it? You sometimes feel like your muscles are aching. It is some defensive technique employed by the brain to make the body ready for action since it believes that something terrible is happening or is about to happen. On the contrary, smiling calms the nerves as the brain sends the message to the body that all is good. The body relaxes, and if this pleasant feeling doesn’t make you happy, I don’t know what else will.

Smile Is Contagious

When someone smiles at you, there is this feeling or impulse to return the favor (unless of course if you have a personal score to settle with the person). Like attracts like, so when you smile more often, it means you feel good. And so others will light their candle from the flame of yours figuratively.

Good Things Trigger Smiling

Have you ever seen someone smiling when something terrible is happening to them?  Even when you try to hide your feelings, it is easy to identify a smile that is not genuine (or what do you think). That’s right; bad things don’t make you smile (not genuine ones anyway), they make you frown. Now, this is how smiling makes you happy: smiling makes you feel good and feeling good makes you happy. How about that? It is as logical and as straightforward as that.

Even Faking A Smile Makes You Feel Better

Yes, you read that right. Even faking a smile will make those stiff facial muscles relaxed. So it automatically triggers a positive vibe in the body. Now it may not go down well with the department of sadness, but it’s a star added to the ministry of happiness. True happiness is a state of mind, and sometimes even a forced smile invokes a light ray of joy.

Just Seeing Smiling Faces Can Make You Happy

5 Logical Evidences That Link Smile To Happiness

5 Logical Evidence That Link Smile To Happiness

How would it feel to walk into a room filled with sad, angry, or frowning faces? Imagine how a person would feel if a surgeon came out of the operating room, looking sad after operating someone they loved. It would probably break their hearts. No matter how much you try, it’s not possible to forcefully make happiness the state of your mind. But you will be glad if the reverse was the case.

In conclusion, money cannot buy true happiness. To find true happiness, you must look deep inside of you and get rid of those things that temper with your feelings. So to sum it up, smiling can make you happy, and happiness can make you smile. So don’t forget to smile, not just to look beautiful but most importantly, to feel satisfied.

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