Why Being Beautiful is Important
Every year, thousand of dollars are spent on cosmetics, clothes, and other products intended to make the user or wearer more beautiful. For many people, beauty is a form of vanity. However, this is proving to be scientifically and demonstrably untrue. Beauty has a direct correlation with many physical and emotional benefits of people of both genders and all ages. To learn more, read this article, and learn about the benefits that beauty can have for your physical and emotional health.
There is a relationship between beauty and confidence. People who are physically more attractive than average are known to be more confident. This confidence gives them more influence socially, as people are more likely to look to a confident, attractive leader in times of crisis.
Beauty improves relationships both sexual and platonic. Individuals looking for a partner are likely to approach someone they think is attractive over someone they think is unattractive. This makes it easier for you to meet someone after a breakup or while visiting a new place or attending a social function where you don’t know many people.
There are some biological effects of looking beautiful both in you and in the people who are around you. Because people are more likely to be attracted to someone that is beautiful, you have a better chance of being able to change how people feel about you. Additionally, you are likely to feel better about yourself, which will release chemicals in the brain to fight depression.
Looking good will make you feel good, which means you are less likely to suffer from depression and other mental disorders. Further, you are less likely to get “in a funk” over things, because you are naturally more prone to being happy.
Looking good at work improves how well you perform at your job. It is statistically proven that people who are more physically attractive earn more than their more average looking peers. As a result, people who are beautiful are more likely to progress further in a company, make more money, and be more trusted and respected by their coworkers–without even realizing it!
Others will perceive beautiful people in a different way than they usually think about less attractive peers. As someone who is attractive, it is likely that you will be treated in a more friendly manner by strangers and other people you encounter.
If you do not consider yourself traditionally beautiful, know that there are likely people who think you are very attractive. Being beautiful (or not) often comes with feelings of lowered self worth. However, there is no reason for this, as you will be seen as attractive by someone.
Many people question the significance of being beautiful in modern society. If you happen to be one of the winners of ‘genetic roulette’, and are, yourself, beautiful, you can take comfort in knowing you are likely to have many positive benefits attributed with your beauty. Though beauty is not everything, if you are able to maintain a balance in your life, you can be sure to reap the benefits of biology, psychology, and sociology by simply looking as you do every day.