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A smile is a curved line that straightens everything

A smile can be the path to a healthier life; its regenerative power on both physical and psychological levels has been the subject of many scientific studies. Although smiling is an innate mechanism, it tends to diminish with time. While only 33% of adults smile more than 20 times a day, children smile an average of 400 times.

A genuine smile typically involves the activation of 6 pairs of muscles, where the cheeks and the corners of the mouth lift, teeth are exposed, and wrinkles form at the sides of the eyes.

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7 Benefits of SmilingSonreír trae una cadena de beneficios no solo para tu salud corporal.

  1. Makes you happier. Through the communication between the brain and the body, endorphins are released, acting as natural painkillers to alleviate pain and create a sense of well-being.

  2. Oxygenates your cells. Smiling expands your lungs, allowing more oxygen to enter your entire body.

  3. Improves your heart rate and helps cleanse and ventilate your lungs.

  4. Increases your creativity and memory by enhancing internal oxygenation.

  5. Helps reduce stress. Smiling lowers your cortisol levels, which is the stress hormone, helping you release tensions and cope with anxiety and stress.

  6. Helps improve your social relationships, making you more friendly, supportive, and collaborative with your surroundings.

  7. Increases your life expectancy. Many scientific studies suggest that those who smile more live longer and appear younger.

Smiling cleanses you, rejuvenates you, relieves stress, improves your digestion, and releases endorphins. A smile can generate the same level of stimulation as 2,000 chocolate tablets.

At Dr. |A®, we know that your smile is unique, which is why we are passionate about caring for it. We invite you this month to give Colombia your best smile.

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