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Smiling teenAccording to Dr. Clifford Teich, our always-smiling physician in Bloomingburg, smilingĀ can improve your mood, and here’s why . . .

  • When you smile, you draw more air through your nose and restrict blood vessels in your face.
  • This cools the sinuses, which cools the blood flowing through the hypothalamus, the part of the brain that controls emotions.

And more than that, it just feels better to smile!

(Published July 7, 2014)

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