Laughter or just a good laugh is the best medicine that exists. It makes you feel good at the moment and even after the laughter subsides. It makes us positive, it gives us optimistic outlook through difficult situations, disappointments, and loss.
When this funny unarticulated sound-like thing is released it actually strengthens your immune system, boost your energy, diminish pain, and protect you from the damaging effects of stress. Best of all, this priceless medicine is fun, free, and easy to use. When we are stressed, in pain or in conflict, laughter is the best thing to bring the body and mind into balance and regain harmony.
Humor is the most contagious thing, you can see from yourselves. When the guys/girls on the table next to you start laughing hard immediately drags your attention to their table and you make the “I want to laugh too” face . An apple a day keeps the doctor away but not with a grumpy face. The ability to have sense of humor and laugh not only makes the moment enjoyable but also makes the life worth living and brings about creativity that can build up into bigger things than just a joke.
Life brings challenges that can either get the best of you or become playground for your imagination. When you “become the problem” and take yourself too seriously, it can be hard to think outside the box and find new solutions. But when you play with the problem, you can often transform it into an opportunity for creative learning.
One single hearty laugh releases stress and tension and relaxes your muscles for the next 45 minutes! It generates and makes the body to produce endorphin’s, the body natural feel-good chemicals.
It also improves the function of blood vessels and increases blood flow, which can help protect you against a heart attack and other cardiovascular problems. It just has no side effects. It is medicine, it is healthy, and it is free. There is nothing else more beneficial than nose-blowing stomach-pain laugh.
Involving more humor and play into your daily interactions can boost the quality of your love relationships— as well as your connections with co-workers, family members, and friends. Using humor and laughter in relationships allows you to:
Be more spontaneous. Humor gets you out of your head and away from your troubles.
Let go of defensiveness. Laughter helps you forget judgments, criticisms, and doubts.
Release inhibitions. Your fear of holding back and holding on are set aside.
Express your true feelings. Deeply felt emotions are allowed to rise to the surface.