? Stimulate many organs. Laughter enhances your intake of oxygen-rich air, stimulates your heart, lungs and muscles, and increases the endorphins that are released by your brain.
? Activate and relieve your stress response. A rollicking laugh fires up and then cools down your stress response, and it can increase and then decrease your heart rate and blood pressure. The result? A good, relaxed feeling.
? Soothe tension. Laughter can also stimulate circulation and aid muscle relaxation, both of which can help reduce some of the physical symptoms of #stress.
? Increase personal satisfaction. Laughter can also make it easier to cope with difficult situations. It also helps you connect with other people.
The list goes on.
Having a laugh, by yourself or with others can be really helpful, So, next time you’ve had a difficult call, responded to an angry call, watch that funny gif, or giggle about what you saw on tv last night with colleagues.
And, if you afraid that you have an underdeveloped — or non existent — sense of humour? No problem. Humour can be learned. In fact, developing or refining your sense of humour may be easier than you think.
Let me start you off.
?? What happened when the cheese factory exploded in France?
There was De Brie everywhere!! Boom Boom
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