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Why do people smile more when the sun is out?

  1. PK2010 profile image79
    PK2010posted 7 years ago

    Why do people smile more when the sun is out?

  2. tsmog profile image82
    tsmogposted 7 years ago

    It gives us Vitamin D? They have researched the relationship of seasonal affective disorder and vitamin D. Good Question!

  3. shabbirkhi profile image60
    shabbirkhiposted 7 years ago

    because when sun is out we also gets some free time so makes us cheer and our soul also more active at night so feels relax and also can hide many things this makes us secure.

  4. Jeannieinabottle profile image92
    Jeannieinabottleposted 7 years ago

    Everything seems brighter when the sun comes out.  Things seem warmer and everyone gets more enthusiastic.  You start thinking about vacations, the beach, the park, etc.  Also, you can soak up the sun and the Vitamin D.

  5. Ashantina profile image59
    Ashantinaposted 7 years ago

    Because it is the epitome of nature.... and we are naturally drawn to the Light...

  6. Lisa HW profile image70
    Lisa HWposted 7 years ago

    Although I generally feel better when the sun is out, how much I smile or don't smile pretty much remains the same.  Then again, maybe I make an unpleasant more when the sun is out.

    Between having to squint, or having a headache because of too much sun, I spend a lot of time with a less pleasant expression on my face when it's sunny out.  smile   (I don't ever wear sunglasses because a) I hate the way they look, b) I hate to view the world through them, and c) I have the (perhaps unwarranted or even ignorant) concern that if I interfere with my eyes' chance to adjust to natural light I might face a "use-it-or-lose" kind of thing (if not now, at an older age).  (By the way, it's a myth that squinting for years in adult life causes crow's feet.  I've been using the squinting method for decades now - no crow's feet (although I can make some temporary crow's feet if I really, really, really, squint.   smile  ).

  7. Wayne Brown profile image85
    Wayne Brownposted 7 years ago

    The sun has an overall positive effect on our attitude.  I lived in the Northwest for five years.  On the days that the sun is out there, it is an extremely beautiful and inspiring place.  At the same time one  can go for weeks without seeing the sun and at the same time experiencing long periods of light, misting, rainfall.  The first year I lived there, I said, "Gee, it's raining, I'm depressed."  After three years of living there, I said, "Gee, I'm depressed but don't know why.  There are high rates of alcoholism and suicides in some of the small towns there especially west of the Cascades.  There are also many angry people. The lack of sunshine plays heavily into the formula. WB

  8. moonfairy profile image79
    moonfairyposted 7 years ago

    love Ashantina's answer...and I agree with her. I'm naturally drawn to light...whether it be the sun or firelight. Perhaps I was a moth in my other life? lol

  9. chasemillis profile image64
    chasemillisposted 7 years ago

    because smiles are contagious and the sun's always smilin' at us

  10. zduckman profile image59
    zduckmanposted 7 years ago

    The sun has a physiological effect on humans. I believe we smile for the same reason my cat searches out a spot in the sunny to bask in. Most creatures seem to enjoy the sun, it is after all the source of life on this planet....father sun,  mother earth

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