How a fake smile can produce health and avoid stress?
Howard Hughes was the owner of a major airline called Pan American World Airways
From the years 1930 to December 4, 1991. Pan-Am required all its flight attendants (stewardesses) to be thin, attentive and always smiling on the course passengers.
Of was a fake smile, and was recognized as a Pan-Am
their advertising showed beautiful young women expose their teeth pearly white standing in front of massive airplanes.
There are two kinds of smiles: Toothy the Pan-Am, forced smile. The second is called a Duchenne smile: it requires both a showing of teeth, and strabismus (crows feet) of the eyes. Only the experts noticed the difference. The rest of us just see a friendly smile.
When our ancestors still had trees with prehensile thumbs,
There was non-verbal communication. A smile is a non-verbal
physiological communicating non-violence. Eons later, seeing a smiling face activates mirror neurons in our own to produce a smile in return. It inhibits aggression.
Two scientists at University College London, Andreas Bartels and Semir Zeki investigated the brain structures responsible for the affection, love and smiling.
They used fMRI (functional magnetic resonance imaging) to discover the structures of the brain that
Two trigger a smile, goodwill, and cooperation.
Inquiring minds need to know: is the nucleus accumbens and the ventral tegmental area (Zone Ventral
Tegmental) the second. Both of these structures enable the neurotransmitter (brain chemical) called dopamine producing laughter, smile, happy, and our Placebo Effect.
Get this: Dopamine off (inhibits) negative emotions. What else?
Dopamine is natural reward circuits of the brain, and responds to unexpected rewards novelty.
It is causing a smile of satisfaction and real pleasure.
Homo sapiens can not tell the difference between a fake smile, a you
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