The smile service can be harmful to your health.
Those who work with the public and force themselves to smile – or even avoid rolling their eyes – are more likely to drink hard after leaving the office, according to a new study by Penn State and the University of Buffalo, the professor of psychology at Penn State Alicia Grandey told ABC News that "counterfeiting and suppression of emotions with clients [is] involves drinking out of work stress or a sense of negativity.
She added, "Not only the feeling of feeling bad makes them touch a drink. Instead, the more they have to control the negative emotions in the workplace, the less they are able to control the intake of alcohol after work.
The professor said that "the smile as part of your work sounds like a really positive thing. But it can drain. "