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Imagine a world without humor. Without those times when we lose ourselves in humor, take a deep breath, and let out a huge belly laugh, how boring would life be? But laughter is great for our health and wellbeing; it does more than just break up boredom. I firmly believe that laughter is the best medicine, and I am aware that there is more to a good chuckle than just temporarily lifting our moods. So I thought I’d share with you the wonderful things that laughter can do for your life. According to recent studies, elderly persons who practice laughing wellness have a more positive outlook on life and are more likely to live longer than those who are more negative and gloomy. The wonderful thing about this is that it makes you laugh, which drives you to think more positively. In actuality, it’s difficult to laugh and be gloomy at the same time. Therefore, the next time you feel like your glass is more likely to be half empty than half full, find something to chuckle about and extend your life a little. Laughter really strengthens the immune system by increasing the body’s supply of T cells that make antibodies. We are better able to fight infection thanks to these T cells, which reduces our risk of developing colds and coughs. Additionally, laughter reduces the levels of at least four stress-related chemicals. Therefore, after a good chuckle, you should feel significantly less tense, worried, and negative. It has been proven that laughing helps to ease physical discomfort. In addition to relieving pain, laughing also releases feel-good endorphins into the body that are more potent than the same amount of morphine. As more people are becoming aware of how laughter affects our bodies, the concept of healing through laughter has gained a lot of attention recently.

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