Laughter’s great for your health.
The late author, Norman Cousins, famously fought heart disease by training himself to laugh. He firmly believed that the biochemistry of human emotions could be harnessed to fight illness and disease.
He suffered from several serious ailments besides heart disease, and credited laughter with helping him live much longer than physicians believed he would.
Laughter’s attractive to others, too. The key to my heart has always been held by someone who can make me laugh and I think lots of women feel the same way.
So look for the ridiculous, the humorous, the silly in life. And laugh. Hard and often. It’s good for you!
This is another in a series of posts on easy ways to promote good health.