We smile when we are happy, and we frown when we are sad. But did you know that it works the other way round too? Recent studies have demonstrated that our emotions are affected by - reinforced—even triggered—by our facial expressions. Yes - smiling can trigger happiness in you - and in those around you! Forcing yourself to smile - for no reason - can trigger neuroreceptors in your brain and these make you feel happier and researchers have shown that smiling combats stress. Smiling is a powerful tool - read more Contact us today to find out more!
Why not treat yourself to a new, whiter smile this Xmas? Did you know that smiling activates the release of neuropeptides that help combat stress? Neuropeptides are tiny molecules that allow neurons to communicate. They send messages around the whole body when we are happy, sad, angry, depressed, excited. The feel good neurotransmitters dopamine, endorphins and serotonin are all released when you smile! Research shows that a smile can even lower your heart rate and blood pressure. Read more here And, here's a video testimonial from Chloe Newlove on what a new smile did for her!