Laughter is the Best Medicine.” What do you think of this old saying? To me, it means that a cheerful frame of mind will not cure you, but it will make you think less about your ailments. Did you know that there are a lot of health benefits just from one simple laughter? First, just by laughing, you can reduce the level of stress drastically. Secondly, it helps to create a stronger bond between you and the people around you. Not only that, laughter helps to lower the chance of getting health problems. Last but not least, laughter helps to make an individual looks younger, cheerful and attractive. I reckon, sometimes we take life way too seriously. As we grow up, we tend to run through our lives with such a speed that we have no time left to laugh. “Is this what you want your life to be like to grow old without happiness but diseases?”
If you are feeling down, laughing aloud may seem impossible. When you see people laughing out loud, you might be thinking “Dude, stop being so inconsiderate and annoying.” But if you are the one that is laughing out loud, you wouldn’t think that’s the case because you enjoy laughing too much. Although you probably can’t laugh off depression, one of the many benefits of laughter is that they buffer you against the negatives of life that could lead to depression. Laughter comes to be handy especially when you are in the senior years in high school. Take me as an example, 5 internals in a week can really kill my mood. That week was as awful as hell. However, I didn’t sit around being all upset over this instead I looked on a bright side and cheered myself up by laughing at the same humour with my friends. Research has proven that people that use humour to get rid of depression will feel less lonely and more positive about themselves. If there is a free natural antidote in front of you right now, why don’t you simply give it a try? It may help you to ride out of the tough times and other hurdles.
Laughter Is The Effective Medicine
Humor is communicable. The roaring sound of laughter is more infectious compared to sniffle, cough or sneeze. Sharing laughter increases familiarity, joy and unity among people. Laughter elicits healthy physical body changes in people.
Laughter reinforces the immune system of the body, enhance personal energy, relieve pain and protect people from stress related challenges. Most important, laughter is a free, fun and accessible medicine. Laughter is the most authoritative tool that formulates daily emotional states and moods of a person to maintain good health.
Laughter benefits the body and mind
Laughter is an influential cure to conflict, stress and pain. Nothing works more consistently and faster to bring back body and mind into balance than a joyful laughter. Laughter inspires hope, lightens personal burdens, develops mutual understanding with others and keeps people focused, alert and grounded. Besides the renewal and healing power of laughter, the aptitude to laugh easily and more frequent is an incredible resource for overcoming challenges, supporting both emotional and physical health.
Laughter makes the whole body to feel relaxed. A joyful laughter relieves stress and other physical tensions leaving body muscles relaxed for almost an hour after the laugh. Laughter boosts immune cells and brings down stress hormones hence boosting the immune system making the body more resistance to ill causing diseases.
Laughter stimulates the production of endorphins, a chemical that makes the human body feel-good. Endorphins enhance the overall well being sense and can relieve pain though temporarily. Laughter as well enhances blood vessels function and as a result, blood circulation in increased. This helps to protect people from cardiovascular problems such as heart attack.
Treating emotions and social health with laughter
Laughter creates a good feeling within the person which continues for sometime after the laughter ends. Laughter assists to maintain an optimistic outlook and a positive mindset in heart-breaking, disappointing and loss situations.
Besides relief from pain and sadness, laughter provides the strength and courage to stumble on new hope and meaningful resources. Laughter can make a person feel better even in the most challenging situations. Laughter is in reality infectious, on hearing primes of laughter, the brain and the body joins the fun automatically.
Laughter communications help to strengthen relationship through stimulating fostering connections of emotions and positive feelings. Sharing laughter with others develops a positive bond. This acquaintance works as a firm shield against disappointments, stress and quarrels.