World Smile Day 2021: You look so precious when you smile; Here are smiling health benefits

The first Friday of October is observed as World Smile Day and this year it falls on October 1. This day aims at spreading awareness about the benefits and importance of smiling.

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Published on 1 Oct 2021 1:00 PM GMT

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Smiles are contagious and have the ability to spread like wildfire. They have the potential to bring people together and make the earth a happier place. The first Friday of October is observed as World Smile Day and this year it falls on October 1. This day aims at spreading awareness about the benefits and importance of smiling. The world has already been plagued by a variety of issues, one of the most prominent ones being a global pandemic. This makes it essential to take steps towards encouraging people to smile more.

Benefits of smiling

Here are some reasons that can encourage you to smile more often:

Stay happy, live longer:

A healthy diet and physical health are important determinants of longevity, however, one must not leave their mental health out of the picture. Studies have shown that the more intensely you smile, the better might be your chances of living longer.

Say goodbye to bad mood:

Smiling has the ability to boost mood and alleviating stress by tricking your worn-out mind into thinking that it's happy. If you don't believe us, you can try it yourself. If you are having a long day, just take some time out to smile. It can not only help you destress but can also wash away signs of fatigue from your face.

A smile can make you more likeable:

Who doesn't like a happy person? Smiling exudes an aura of positivity that can spread across an area making the place brighter and happier. Smiling can enhance your social skills and help you connect with people better. It's just like what they say - Vibes matter.

Blood pressure friendly:

Although more research is required for identifying the cause, studies have shown that smiling can help lower blood pressure levels. This can be beneficial for heart health and people suffering from cardiovascular conditions.

Smiling can strengthen the immune system:

The role of stable mental health in facilitating healthy physical health is widely acknowledged. Smiling has the ability to improve the mental state and doing it more often can lead to an enhanced immune system and a stronger body.

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