A healthier lifestyle can make you feel better inside and out, so why not share your happiness with the world?
A healthier lifestyle can make you feel better inside and out, so why not share your happiness with the world? Bupa Dental Insurance recently tackled this in their article on ‘Just some of the (many) benefits of smiling‘. I was thrilled to be asked to contribute to the article for my extensive experience in the health world. I consider myself lucky to have had so many opportunities to help clients transform their lives and seeing their smiles always triggers one from me too!
As a proud mum working as a nutritionist, iridologist, fitness and yoga teacher, I’m passionate about inspiring healthy living among Australians. My holistic health and nutrition book ‘KIS and Lose Weight’ has inspired numerous Australians to lose weight and live a healthier life.
Maya Brosnan Nutritionist
Smiling is about so much more than exterior beauty. It is a reflection of your lifestyle and health, showing people how happy you are and how good you feel about yourself. It’s also a demonstration of confidence, which draws people to you.
When I was approached by Bupa Dental Insurance to contribute to their blog post about the benefits of smiling it got me thinking about other people’s smiles, and how often I see them. Many people don’t smile as often as they should, which I often think is unfortunate, because it means they are not giving the best representation of themselves to the world.
This could be for any number of reasons. Perhaps it’s because they are embarrassed about the appearance of their teeth, or because they don’t feel confident or are indeed just feeling down that day. But there are steps you can take to make sure you needn’t feel ashamed of your smile and have the confidence and state of mind to want to show it off to the world.
Establishing a good tooth hygiene routine can have a huge positive impact on the appearance of your teeth. In addition, make some dietary changes to make sure the foods you eat are good for your dental health. This will make your teeth look brighter and shinier and make your smile more attractive, giving you the confidence to show it off to the world.
Even if you are feeling a bit down that day, try giving a smile to a few people you meet and see if they reciprocate. Often smiles and laughter have a way of catching on and soon you may find yourself laughing, something you though impossible just a few hours earlier.