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We’ve always heard that laughter is good for the soul and its the best medicine. Well, we can definitely use a lot of this medicine during this time. Here’s why you should be laughing hysterically as much as possible.
1. Laughing raises your heart rate.
When we laugh, our body takes in deep breaths that cause our heart to race.
These deep breaths allow our body to take in more oxygen, improving vascular function.
2. Laughter helps you sleep.
Laughter increases your production of melatonin, a hormone responsible for aiding in a good night’s rest.
3. Laughter gives you energy.
As explained in the first point, when we take in more oxygen while laughing, we release endorphins. This gives you quick and effective energy.
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4. Laughter is an anti-depressant.
When you laugh, your brain releases serotonin and dopamine.
These hormones help our brain process emotional responses and boost our mood, overall enhancing our
experience with pleasure.
5. Laughter releases stress.
Laughter releases endorphins dissipating hormones released when we are stressed or anxious.
These endorphins block out negative energy and lower inflammation in our bodies.
So find your self a funny movie today and GET YOUR LAUGH ON!
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