Have you ever heard of laughter therapy before? If not, you definitely wouldn’t be the first. This is most likely due to the fact that laughter therapy is fairly new when compared to other self-help and personal development techniques.
However, this does not mean that it is less effective. In fact, it might work better…
Believe it or not, the power of laughter is truly amazing and can work miracles when it comes to our mental health, our ability to enjoy life and even our physical health.
This comes as a surprise to most people. Unfortunately, many people are unaware of how big of a blessing a simple laugh can be. I thought something needed to be done about this. After all, a way to improve your life and feel good at the same time is something too good to go unnoticed. The more people that I help become aware of this blessing, the more people will be able to use it to improve their lives and my mission will be accomplished.
In order to help shed some light on how beneficial laughter therapy can be I have provided the top six reason why it will change your life.
Let’s take a look….
1. Laughter Aids In Stress Reduction The world is a stressful place. It seems like there is always something going on and for most people, rest and relaxation are nothing more than a dream. The problem with this is the fact that stress can have some serious negative impacts on our lives.
In fact, stress can begin to cause health problems in those who experience it for extended periods of time…
On top of that, stress can begin to change a person. Over time, their true personality can begin to slip away from them and life, as they knew it, ceases to exist. Luckily, this can be avoided with the power of laughter.
2. Laughter Creates A Stronger Immune System Is it just me or does it seem like there are way too many different types of diseases and illnesses in the world?
There are a lot of things in this world that can make us sick. For this reason, it is highly important that we have an immune system that is in peak performance. After all, it’s kind of hard to live a successful and happy life if you are constantly being run down with some type of sickness.
This may be hard to believe but there have been studies done that suggest that laughter boosts immune systems, making people better able to fight off germs and viruses.
3. Laughter Releases Endorphins Endorphins are basically the bodies personal feel good chemical. When large amounts of endorphins are released into our body we feel happy and on top of the world.
One of the amazing things about laughter therapy is the fact that it is known to cause massive releases of endorphins which provides people with a way to perk themselves up and cheer up even during the darkest of days.
4. Rid Yourself Of Pain With Laughter Believe it or not, laughter therapy is believed to help people who suffer from chronic pain. This is great news for those who experience pain on a regular basis. Finally, an answer that doesn’t involve dangerous prescription drugs!
5. Laughter Creates Great Social Lives Social interaction is an important part of life. Think of being social as the sunshine that a flower needs to bloom. However, it can be difficult for those who are unhappy to engage socially. The happier we are, the more approachable we become.
6. Laughter Attracts Positivity When we laugh, we see the world in a much brighter light. It’s hard to have a negative mind-set when you have humour in your life. This creates a great opportunity for those who participate in laughter therapy to attract positivity into their lives.
The more we laugh and the more positive we are; the more positive things we will attract into our lives.
As you can see, laughter therapy has some serious benefits to offer. The best part is that the above examples were just the tip of the iceberg. There are many more benefits that this amazing form of therapy has to offer.
The best way to discover what laughter therapy can do for you is to give it a try. When you think about it, what could you possibly lose? The worst that could happen is a good belly laugh and a smile on your face.
Information provided by Sean May
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