5 Surprising Health Benefits Of Laughter

You have been hearing laughter is good to the health, it does this it does that, but does laughter have a benefit?

The answer is yes, in this article we will enlighten you on the benefits of laughter and why you should laugh morning, afternoon and night.

1. LAUGHTER REDUCES STRESS

This is not a cock and bull story, it’s a fact you can do the experiment yourself, when stress up do this that makes you happy or watch and read jokes, it tells and helps the brain relax.

2. LAUGHTER ARE NATURAL PAINKILLERS

People who love laughing can proof this to you, whenever you laugh it triggers the release of endorphins and
Endorphins are the body’s natural painkillers. So laugh on.😁

3. IT LOWERS HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

Do you wonder why there are laughter show event or rather a comedy show? Do you know why most audience are elderly people?Think of that!! Yes, it is because they know laughter reduces and lowers the blood pressure. Laughter will reduce their risk of stroke and heart attack.

4. LAUGHTER IS LIFE

Laughing about 20 minutes a day brings a huge benefit to you and your general well being.

If you doubt take it the other way, frowning all day will get you looking old, weak(because of strength and muscles used in frowning) and dull.

Laughter tells your brain to release chemical substance to make you feel good and fresh.

5. LAUGHTER IMPROVES CARDIAC HEALTH

You know every emotions is in the heart being angry, happy, sad etc

Laughter will improve your heart health and it is a great cardio workout, especially for those who are incapable of doing other physical activity due to injury or illness.

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