Why should I laugh, you might wonder. There are no motives present. But if we dig a little further, there’s certain to be a lot. Lord Byron, an English poet, famously said: “Laugh whenever you can. It is affordable medication.
The fact that laughing keeps us youthful is no longer a secret. Those who research the aging process are aware that laughing increases blood flow to the heart and the brain. Laughter is healthy for us.
Everyday belly laughs enhance mood, physical well-being, and emotional well-being. Best of all, everyone may use it for free.
A physical relief is provided by hearty, uncontrollable laughter. The diaphragm, the muscles of the belly, and the shoulders are all worked out. All of the body’s major organs’ blood circulation is improved, including the brain. Even laughing helps the heart get some exercise. You might even look better because improved blood circulation stimulates the muscles in your face!
According to some researchers, laughing helps lessen pain. More and more, doctors are turning to laughing therapy to treat chronic illnesses like cancer.
When we laugh, our levels of the stress hormones drop and our levels of the good hormones rise. The body’s immune system strengthens when endorphins, the inherently “feel-good” chemicals, are released.
These physiological responses are responsible for the sensation of purification that follows a good chuckle.
He who laughs, lasts! Norwegian proverb.