When you curl yourself into a ball and cower, your brain senses that particular body position is one of fear. As a result, the brain will release neurotransmitters that make you more feel more afraid.
When you place yourself in a strong body position and smile, your brain senses your body must be happy and strong, as a result, your brain elevates neurotransmitters that make you feel more confident, happy and energized.
Clinical research from Harvard University, The University of Oregon and The University of Texas, as well as, an article published on the website James Clear, has demonstrated that high power poses have increased testosterone by 20 percent and decreased cortisol levels by 25 percent.
Take 2 minutes out of your day, every day and use these power poses to help improve your health and life.