: Smile . . . Please



Rahal
07-27-2009, 03:23 AM
SMILE
There are one million reasons for us to smile! But we forget to use the smile to our advantage. Some one famous said, If you see a friend without a smile; give him one of yours and this very applicable to our fast paced world. How many of us smile when we meet daily grocer, the newspaper boy, our colleagues at work and the many people we come across on daily basis?
In this day and age, We have seen enough and more sorrows, brutalities and unpleasant incidents. It affect our way of life and hence we forget to smile. Your smile can take you an extra mile at work and at home. When you get back home after a long day, you see your smiling children; reciprocate by smiling back.
Did you know that smiling releases endorphin hormone, which is known as natural pain killer or natural pain relaxant? This endorphin stimulates a feeling of joy and relieves any kind of stresses, so smile please.

08-01-2009, 08:51 AM
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thanks rahal for this Beautiful letter

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08-01-2009, 03:21 PM
Good Rahal
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Rahal
08-02-2009, 11:03 AM
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Rahal
08-02-2009, 11:05 AM
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endorphin hormone

09-04-2010, 04:46 PM
thanks its a really nice letter

09-28-2010, 10:31 PM
Thanks for this nice subject
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Therapeutic Benefits of Laughter

Dr. Lee Berk and fellow researcher Dr. Stanley Tan of Loma Linda University in California have been studying the effects of laughter on the immune system. To date their published studies have shown that laughing lowers blood pressure, reduces stress hormones, increases muscle flexion, and boosts immune function by raising levels of infection-fighting T-cells, disease-fighting proteins called Gamma-interferon and B-cells, which produce disease-destroying antibodies. Laughter also triggers the release of endorphins, the body's natural painkillers, and produces a general sense of well-being.

09-29-2010, 07:54 AM
endorphin hormone
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endorphins , neurotransmitters(neurotransmitters=simply:Any one of a number of chemicals that are used to transmit nerve signals& able to alter nerve action) found in the brain that have pain-relieving properties similar to morphine.


Endorphins interact with opiate receptor neurons to reduce the intensity of pain: among individuals afflicted with chronic pain disorders, endorphins are often found in high numbers.
Many painkilling drugs, such as morphine and codeine, act like endorphins and actually activate opiate receptors.

Prolonged, continuous exercise contributes to an increased production and release of endorphins, resulting in a sense of euphoria(euphoria=simply means:a feeling of happiness, confidence, or well-being ) that has been popularly labeled "runner's high."


Besides behaving as a pain regulator, endorphins are also thought to be connected to physiological processes including euphoric feelings, appetite modulation, and the release of sex hormones.

Endorphins do not cause addiction like opiates as their effects are not sustained & simply they are
natural pain killers and stress fighters