One of the most striking things about Namma Lucky is his smile. Did you know that a smile is directly connected to the state of happiness? This Zee Kannada actor knows this fact and does all he can to put on that happy face. As fans, you always try to get inspired by your favourite actors to do certain things or behave in a certain way.
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You must agree that Bharath Bopanna has given us more than one reason to take inspiration from. This includes his chocolate boy appeal that has stayed intact ever since he got into this industry. If you are wondering why a smile is so important, the following reasons might change your mind.
1. Reduces stress
When you smile, certain chemicals from your brain called endorphins are released, that help in reducing stress levels to a great extent.
2. Immune system at its best
When you laugh or have a feel-good moment, a monoamine neurotransmitter called serotonin is released which is important for a healthy immune system. It contributes to moods like happiness and laughter.
3. Spreading good vibes
As opposed to frowning at someone, if we take the effort to smile wide, others around us can totally feel our positive energies. Laughter is contagious is a popular belief of millions of people. When you smile, the other person cannot help but smile back at you.
4. The best kind of therapy
There is a reason why many people opt for something known as laughter therapy, a group effort in which you laugh deliberately. It helps to keep the body energised with feelings of contentment and positivity.
5. The heart is the healthiest
The most important reason why smiling should be practised is because it keeps the heart healthy. It is the most important part of our body followed by the brain. So, ensure your heart is in the pink of health by smiling more often.
Bharath Bopanna keeps flashing his dashing smile because he knows the secret to a healthy life. If you too want to be happy and joyous, then smiling frequently is your first step to achieving your goal.
Have you taken any initiatives to make smiling a part of your daily routine? Do you think smiling will help cope with your tensions? We are eager to learn about your experiences in the comments space below.