Funstuff and Inspiration > How smiling is related to aging

Discussion in 'Funstuff and Inspiration' started by Roney, Jul 19, 2016.

  1. Roney

    Roney New Member

    Can smiling reduce your aging? How it is associated with aging?
  2. Pu251

    Pu251 Member

    In my country, it's often said: "A smile is equal to ten tonics."

    In my country, it's often said that: "A smile is equal to ten tonics"
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  3. Steve Pastor

    Steve Pastor Moderator Staff Member

    Not exactly what you are asking, but, I was telling someone this weekend that it becomes more and more apparent to me that "Smile and the world smiles with you, cry and you cry alone," is so true.

    And there we get into how important social networks are to health and longevity.
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  4. chomsky

    chomsky Well-Known Member

    joconda.jpg I love the smile on Joconda
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  5. Pu251

    Pu251 Member

    Thank you Chomsky for your picture.
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  6. chomsky

    chomsky Well-Known Member

    I do love the real Joconda smile and try to practice...hi hi hi xaxaxa!!!
  7. chomsky

    chomsky Well-Known Member

    practice makes perfect!!!
  8. Pam322

    Pam322 New Member

    It's not smiling, I think if you are happy you will be healthy even in old age. If you frequently smile, it causes wrinkles, but if you don't smile, it sags our cheek muscles. It is better to bear the wrinkles of your smiles.

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