Faking a smile is another sign of deception usually seen on the face of a fraud and it is easier to spot someone faking a smile. This is because fake smile only involves the mouth and lips instead of a real smile that includes a change in the entire face
Constantly checking the time while in a conversation with someone must be avoided as it is strongly regarded as a sign of boredom. It also displays your lack of interest in the conversation.
People tend to increase their rate of blinking when they are nervous and hence blinking too fast in considered to be a clear sign of anxiety. Be aware of your blinking habits when you're nervous.
Avoid sitting on the edge of the chair as it is an apprehensive stance indicating being mentally and physically uncomfortable. Instead learn to keep your rear end planted firmly on the surface of the seat.
Finger tapping is another gesture that must be avoided as it is also considered as a sign of impatience, boredom and stress. Pay keen attention to these habits and work on keeping your hands at rest.
Having a sluggish posture when in conversation with others is indicative of lack of confidence and composure. Also posture is essential because it gives a clear message about how you should be treated.
Scratching the back of your head is found to be a quintessential sign of doubt and uncertainty. It can also be interpreted as an indication of lying.
A handshake is a customary way of greeting people. One must avoid weak handshake as it symbolises that you are not trustworthy or you do not welcome the situation.
Rolling your eyes is another gesture that communicates the lack of respect while talking to someone. Although, it might seem like a habit, it can also be controlled as it is voluntary.
Clenched fits can indicate that you're not open to other people's points and it also gives you a argumentative and defensive stance, which will make people nervous about interacting with you.
Steer away from these body language blunders that will help you form healthier relationships, both professionally and personally.