#Laughter is my best medicine#


In a world filled with challenges and uncertainties, finding reasons to laugh and celebrate can be a true blessing.

I always try to be happy and laughter is the best way to feel happy. I try to celebrate my laughter day on a daily basis because Laughter is often referred to as the best medicine, and for good reason.

It has been scientifically proven that laughter has numerous benefits for both our physical and mental health. That’s why I try to celebrate each day as Laughter Day.

Laughter is an important reminder to find joy and humor in our daily lives and to spread laughter and happiness to those around us.

Yes, Smiling is the beginning of laughter, and like laughter, it’s contagious. When you look at someone or see something even mildly pleasing, practice smiling.

Instead of looking down at your phone, look up and smile at people you pass in the street, the person serving you a morning coffee, or the co-workers you share an elevator with. Notice the effect on others.

The Healing Power of Laughter:

Scientifically, laughter has been shown to have significant effects on our bodies and minds. When we laugh, our brain releases endorphins, known as “feel-good” hormones that boost our mood and reduce stress. It also triggers the production of natural painkillers, providing temporary relief from physical discomfort.

Moreover, laughter stimulates our heart, lungs, and muscles, improving circulation and promoting relaxation.

The Physical Benefits of Laughter

It can strengthen the immune system, helping to ward off illnesses and reduce the severity of certain conditions. Laughter improves blood circulation, relaxes muscles, and stimulates the release of natural painkillers, providing temporary relief from discomfort.

Moreover, laughter can be an effective form of exercise, engaging multiple muscle groups and increasing our energy expenditure. By incorporating laughter into our daily routine, we can promote a healthier body and experience greater vitality.

Enhance creativity

Yes, I can say with my own experience.  laughter has been linked to enhanced creativity, problem-solving skills, and improved cognitive function. By embracing laughter, we can cultivate a positive mindset and improve our overall emotional balance.

Enhancing Mental Well-being

Laughter not only affects our physical health but also has a profound impact on our mental well-being. It can reduce anxiety and depression by releasing tension and shifting our focus from negative thoughts.

In fact, studies have shown that laughter therapy can complement traditional treatments for mental health conditions, enhancing the healing process

Fostering Social Connections

Laughter has a unique way of bringing people together. When we share a good laugh with others, it creates a sense of connection, strengthens relationships, and fosters a supportive atmosphere.

Laughing with friends, family, or colleagues can enhance communication, break down barriers, and create lasting memories. By celebrating Laughter Day, we encourage the cultivation of healthy social connections and a sense of community.

Laughter as a Coping Mechanism :

Life is full of ups and downs, and laughter can serve as a powerful coping mechanism during difficult times. It allows us to find humor in challenging situations, enabling us to gain perspective and resilience. By embracing Laughter Day, we acknowledge the importance of finding joy even in the face of adversity, promoting a positive mindset and emotional well-being.

Embracing Laughter Day as a Daily Practice:

While officially recognized as Laughter Day, why limit the celebration to just one day? By adopting a daily practice of celebrating laughter, we invite the benefits into our lives regularly.

Yes, friends, there are so many ways we can enjoy our laughter such as:

Watch a funny movie or TV show.

Laughter is contagious, and watching something funny with friends or family can be a great way to share some laughs and bond with each other.

Tell a joke or share a funny story.

Whether it’s a classic joke or a personal anecdote, sharing something funny with others can be a great way to spread joy and laughter.

Play a game.

Board games, card games, and party games are all great ways to bring people together and have some fun.

Attend a comedy show.

There’s nothing quite like live comedy to get people laughing and feeling good.

Make someone else laugh.

Whether it’s a friend, family member, or coworker, making someone else laugh can be incredibly rewarding and help strengthen your relationship.

Whatever you choose to do, remember that laughter is an important part of a healthy and happy life. It can help reduce stress, boost your immune system, improve your mental health, and strengthen your relationships.

Let us never underestimate the simple yet profound impact that laughter can have on our lives.

So go ahead and laugh – it’s good for all of us. Is it or not?


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16 replies

  1. Love the sketch of a girl wearing red and holding a cup saying, “ Smile Please”
    Also, a joke about a School teacher and student is hilarious.
    Finally, message smile to your fellow passerby, a waitress who brings food for you…look up and smile!

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  2. Laughter is the best medicine. Thanks for encouraging us to laugh!

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  3. हस्ते रहिए..स्वस्थ रहिए ..मस्त रहिए…
    मौज लो..रोज़ लो..
    ना मिले तो खोज लो..😃😃👍💞

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  4. Man’sweakness

    Man has many weak points,which are in fact diseases.The Shaytaan
    exacerbates these diseases in the heart of man. Indeed, they are the
    points of the Shaytaans entry into man’s soul.

    Among these diseases are:
    weakness, despair, hopelessness, recklessness,inappropriate joy,
    self admiration, pride, wrongdoing, oppression, denial, ingratitude,
    haste, negligence, foolishness, miserliness, stinginess, covetousness,
    argumentativeness, doubt, suspicion, ignorance, carelessness,going to
    extremes of hostility in cases of dispute, arrogance,false claims, panic,
    fear,withholding charity,rebellion,tyranny,overstepping the limits,
    love of wealth,and being infatuated with this world.

    Islam calls upon people to reform themselves and to rid themselves of
    their diseases.

    This requires effort and patience to bear the difficulties on
    the way.
    But as for following one’s desires and what the self
    which enjoins
    evil is inclined towards,that is very easy.

    The former(i.e.,reforming
    oneself,etc.)is like a person climbing with a rock to they
    a mountain,
    and the latter

    (i.e.,following one’s desires,etc)is like a person coming
    down from the top of a mountain to the bottom.
    Hence many people
    answer the call of the shaitan,and those who call people to the truth
    encounter difficulties,and how difficult it is to call people to Allah.

    FEED YOUR SOUL WITH LIGHT OF ISLAM @ http://tejumolablog.WordPress.com

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