The infograph describes how laughing can benefit the body and mind.
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/10/2013 -- Are you having a bad day? Bored? E.E. Cummins once said that a day without laughter is a day wasted. That’s why Chuckler has dedicated a new infographic to show how laughter can be good for both the body, and soul.
Gelotology is the study of laughter and its effect on the the body, from both a psychological standpoint and physiological perspective. This type field advocated for the use of laughter in therapeutic treatments.
If you’re into laughter-filled movies and stand-up comedies or you just love jokes, this infograph is for you. You’ll be glad to know that your laughter has been in good health. Humor and laughter therapy is used to encourage spontaneous discussion of the patients’ own humorous experiences, relies on humorous materials such as: books, shows, movies and stories, and can be provided individually or in a group setting and is facilitated by a clinician.
George Gordon Byron said “laugh as much as you can, it’s the cheapest medicine there is.” There is some truth to Byron’s statement, because it boosts the immune system by decreasing stress hormones and increases immune cells and antibodies. It also triggers the release of endorphins, which are our bodies natural “feel good” hormones. In addition, laughing protects the heart by improving the function of blood vessels and relaxes the whole body.
Chuckler (http://chuckler.com/) provides hilarious videos from all over the internet. Whether you’re looking for new stand-up comedy to enjoy or you’re just looking for a random laugh, visit Chuckler.com to start laughing and improving your health.
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