This camera-powered mirror projects an image back to you that shows you looking happier than you are in real life. Can it actually make you happier?
The idea is simple: your brain is constantly monitoring what’s happening in your body. It analyzes things like muscle tension, posture, heart rate, breathing, and, yes, facial expressions, to judge how you are feeling.
Put yourself in a happier position, and you can boost your mood.”
"After smell, music is the fastest, most user-friendly way to influence and reset your brain networks without using an external substance," explains Michele Hoos of the Daily Muse.
You’re already putting on your headphones to block out your coworkers but is your work playlist helping or hurting you?