Today, I'd like to talk about the difference between facial muscles and body muscles.
Do you know what's the difference between them? The purpose of body muscle is to move your body. It could be walking or sitting or doing other things. On the other hand, facial muscles are connected to that skin, not to the bone. Some muscles are connected to bones, but in general, most of the facial muscles are connected to the skin itself instead of bone to create facial expressions. So you see that's the purpose of facial muscles and body muscles, a different body muscles’ purpose is to move the body.
Facial muscles are like the muscles in your body, except they're on your face. Your facial muscles can help you make expressions like laughing, yawning, frowning, and more. When your facial muscles go into action, it's called an "expression," which is why we say that facial muscles are also called "expression muscles."
So how do we use our facial muscles? Well, let's say you want to smile at someone. You may think about smiling for a few seconds and then actually doing it—but that can be hard! So instead of trying to force yourself to smile, try moving your facial muscles in a way that helps you feel more comfortable smiling. This can be done through things like facial exercises or meditation practice.
I read that this was a behind-the-scenes story, but it's online too. I heard that they were told to do 20 minutes of exercise every day or almost every day. That is too much for them to do. That's why they weren't able to get a good picture. That's it. Because they had so many participants and so many people dropped out because they couldn't continue doing 20 minutes of exercise on a regular basis. That was too much for them to handle, so that's why this is the only before-after photo we have and then the article even said if it wasn't easier, there could have been more dropouts or fewer dropouts!
The important thing here is not only mastering new habits but also replacing your old ones with new ones that will make your face look better over time—and not just today or tomorrow: every day for the rest of your life!