Dailypost posted an interesting topic today: Describe what your laugh sounds like. It’s pretty easy to answer that. My laugh is probably the loudest in the family and I’m not embarrassed to show it off in public. And true to what they say, laughter is contagious as it spreads joy to the people around you. However people seem to forget these days that laughter can actually be the best, and simplest, medicine you ever have. Uhm, let’s see:
1. Reduces your level of stress.
2. Provides physical and emotional release.
3. Serves as internal workout of your body.
(Read the full article here).
People (myself included) are so tied up to our tightest level of emotion that we find it hard to let go some of it and indulge ourselves in a good laugh. So rather than analyzing the sound of my laughter, I asked myself when did I have a good laugh last time? If you don’t know the answer, then it’s probably a good time to have it a go again. Having said that, allow me to show you the most popular video on Youtube. Ever! 😀
- Laughter is the best medicine for Antonia Baehr (independent.co.uk)
- Open-Mouth Laughs Are Contagious (aolhealth.com)
- Laughter therapy gaining steam in recent years (ctv.ca)
2 thoughts on “Laughter: The Best (Forgotten) Medicine”
i love the way you explain this…simple grammar. Me also, in the office i’v been an ice breaker when the situation is getting cold and so unsound ..it seems in cemetary. I’ve got a joke for the people around us… As usual they laugh at my joke but my joke fail, some times 😦
ahaha, it’s only natural that not all people are comfortable with our jokes. keep trying 😉