|LUNGS-005||Brain Handle||Smiling / Smiling Again (7", Single)||Iron Lung Records||LUNGS-005||US||2008|
|LUNGS-005||Brain Handle||Smiling / Smiling Again (7", Single, RP)||Iron Lung Records||LUNGS-005||US||2008|
Smiling/Smiling Again 7" (LUNGS-005) by BRIAN HANDLE, released 25 May 2008 1. Smiling 2. Smiling Again OUT OF PRINT. Like most people, BRAIN HANDLE breathe oxygen but what they exhale is far more interesting and disturbing than carbon dioxide. We'll call it Man-Punk. I think it is some sort of methane, nitrous oxide and iron magnetite mixture. That is one scientist's hypothesis anyway.
Keep Smiling is the second studio album released by the Danish pop group Laid Back. Elevator Boy" - 4:55. Slowmotion Girl" - 5:51. High Society Girl" - 3:36. Don't Be Mean" - 3:21. Sunshine Reggae" - 4:16. Fly Away (Walking in the Sunshine)" - 8:28. Side One. "White Horse" - 4:42. Side Two. "Sunshine Reggae" - 4:15.
How Smiling Affects Other People. Smiling is infectious, because the part of your brain that is responsible for your facial expression of smiling when happy or mimicking another person’s smile is located in the cingulate cortex, an unconscious automatic response area. In a Swedish study, subjects were shown pictures of different emotions, including joy, fear, anger, and surprise. The participants were told to frown when shown a smiling person.
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In 2008, I was stunned to learn that I had a brain tumor called an Acoustic Neuroma (. cm). I had surgery two months following the diagnosis.
In other words, smiling can trick your brain into believing you’re happy which can then spur actual feelings of happiness. But it doesn’t end there. Dr. Murray Grossan, an in Los Angeles points to the science of y (the study of how the brain is connected to the immune system), asserting that it has been shown over and over again that depression weakens your immune system, while happiness on the other hand has been shown to boost our body’s resistance.
And the rare neurological condition has a side effect that means suffers tend to be easily excited and are left almost permanently laughing or smiling. Scroll down for video. Two-year-old Elliot Eland (right, with mother Gale) suffers from a rare neurological condition which means he cant stop smiling or laughing. The condition is so rare that fewer than 1,000 cases have been reported in the UK. Elliot’s mother, Gale, said: 'When we feel down, Elliot’s laughter keeps us all going. It was only thanks to charities and support groups that we were able to cope. Elliot's parents say they see him smiling as a happy side effect of an otherwise difficult condition. Mrs Eland said: 'We always just thought he was a really happy baby, we never even considered it would be a symptom of something more serious. I don’t understand why Elliot always laughs and smiles, but he always has a lovely big smile on his face.