You’re in line at an open call for your favorite reality TV show and you’re up next. Are you nervous? Timid? Silently crapping your pants?
If you have ever or are planning on silently freaking out while waiting in line for an open call, or waiting to go into an audition, there is one simple technique that you can do to INSTANTLY makes yourself feel better.
Not to be a tease, but keep reading to find out what this magic pill might be…
Wanna know the secret to increasing your chances of not screwing up your next reality TV show audition?
It’s that simple.
You can’t feel bad when you are smiling. It’s neurologically impossible. And when you can’t feel bad – good things tend to happen.
Right now. Even if you have to force it at first. Hold your smile for 60 seconds. Don’t let go. Show your teeth.
Make it BIG.
DO IT UNTIL YOUR CHEEKS HURT!
Now, holding that smile, read below to reveal all of the benefits that smiling has to offer and you will smile EVEN MORE!
Did you know that smiling:
•brightens your mood
•can increase the efficiency of your immune system
•can lower your blood pressure
•releases feel-good chemicals called endorphins into your blood stream
•makes other people smile back, which makes you both feel better
Smiling is good for your Brain
Frequent smiling even has neurological benefits. Tightening certain muscles by smiling affects blood flow to the brain – causing changes in mood. So the expression you wear on your face helps determine brain activity. And that means that if you frown, you will not feel good.
So when you smile, the blood that’s going to the frontal cortex in your brain is cooled by the small cooling areas in your sinuses. This lowers the temperature of the blood and has the effect of lifting your mood.
Genuine vs. Fake Smiling
Actually, even faking smiling can make you feel better. It’s hard to fake a smile for long though, because you start feeling so good that a fake smile will turn into a REAL smile without even trying.
Here are 10 more benefits of SMILING that will keep you happy all day long!
1. Smiling Boosts Your Immune System
When you smile, your immune system functions improve. Smiling helps you fight colds and flus.
2. Smiling Makes Us More Attractive & Approachable
We are drawn to people who smile. They attract us to them. They seem friendly. We want to know a smiling person and figure out what’s so good and why they’re so happy.
3. Smiling Relieves Stress
If you smile when you’re stressed, it can help prevent you from looking tired, worn down, and overwhelmed. When you’re in a stressful situation, smile.
Think of a situation where it seems impossible to smile. Let’s say you are terrified of flying and here you are, on a plane. If you smile throughout the flight, the fear of what might go wrong can’t get through. Your smile is a barricade for bad thoughts!
4. Smiling is Contagious
A smiling person brings happiness with them. Smile lots and you will draw people to you and brighten the mood of the people around you. And if those around you wonder what you’re smiling about, feel free to tell them – maybe then they will smile, too.
5. Smiling Lowers Your Blood Pressure
There’s a measurable reduction in your blood pressure when you smile.
If you can’t sleep, try smiling. It gives you something to concentrate on and it instantly puts you in a happier place, leaving the stresses of the day far behind you.
6. Smiling Makes You Seem Successful
Smiling people appear more confident, are more likely to be promoted, and more likely to be approached. AND GET ON REALITY TV, YO!!
7. Smiling Releases Endorphins, Natural Pain Killers & Serotonin
Smiling is a natural drug. It’s been shown in studies that smiling releases endorphins, natural pain killers, and serotonin. Together these make us feel better.
8. Smiling Helps You Stay Positive
When we smile our body is sending the rest of us a message that “Life Is Good!”
9. Smiling Lifts the Face and Makes You Look Younger
The muscles we use to smile lift the face and make you look younger. Forget the face lift, just smile your day away — you’ll be younger in no time! Besides, you use less muscles smiling than frowning or making angry faces.
And… last but not least…
10. Smiling is One of the Only Things You Can Do In Public That Instantly Makes You Feel Great! (Unless you pee in public.)
There you have it.
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