MUSCLES #19, FACIAL MUSCLES move the face through all its expressions. Facial expressions are an important means of communication letting others know whether you are happy or sad and many other emotions.

FACIAL MUSCLES move the face through all its expressions. Facial expressions are an important means of communication letting others know whether you are happy or sad and many other emotions. The body language of the face is interpreted emotionally and critical to social interaction sometimes in an instant subconscious way. Infants have the emotional facial expressions that communicate with adults and these expressions come from the emotional parts of the brain. Cranial nerves control the voluntary movements in the face separate from the unconscious movements. There are 17 facial muscles which move the skin of the face. These muscles can affect how your facial appearance changes as you age, by losing their shape which can add to lines and wrinkles. The masseter muscles of the jaw are important in chewing as well as maintaining the tone of the facial muscles. It is important to exercise and nourish your facial muscles. Men exercise these muscles naturally when they shave. Women can move and massage their facial muscles while cleansing, toning, and moisturizing the face and neck. When the facial muscles are toned, they keep the skin from sagging and wrinkling especially around the mouth where smiles and frowns can become permanent influences on the face. Remember to get the protein you need every day with Balanced Nutrition and Protein-Rich Shakes. Recent research on aging demonstrates that facial appearance is a marker of aging in all parts of your body. Exercise, massage, and nourish your facial muscles, and you will like what you see in the mirror!! #drdavidheber #face #muscles #protein #exercise #massage #aging #wrinkles to learn more go to www.drdavidheber.com and www.herbalifenutritioninstitue.com

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