One of the fascinating pieces of recent science is that the correlation between your facial expressions and the emotions you feel.
As Paul Ekman, one of TIME's 100 most influential people in 2009 and a pioneer of emotions and their relation to facial expressions [the show Lie To Me with Tim Roth was based off his work] he suggests there are 10,000 facial expressions of which 3,000 are relevant to emotion.
He classified six primary facial expressions which correspond to:
Disgust, sadness, happiness, fear, anger, and surprise [Black, Yacoob, 95]; four of the six are negative emotions.
In a recent interview, he said that you can change how you feel by changing your facial expression.
One of the most important but hardest is that of enjoyment as it involves little muscles around your eyes that only about 10% of people can control the movement of.
I guess this is why it's important to turn that frown upside down and smile, for no reason other than you will feel better.
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