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No one knows but: It is possible that different emotions may originate simultaneously from different parts of the brain prompting an individual to engage in seemingly incompatible behaviors. For example, sometimes very happy events, such as weddings, can bring us to tears. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What does the phrase "laughter is the best medicine" mean to you? Do you agree or disagree with this statement?
The How of Happiness: Book reported 180 women entering the school sisters of notre dame as nuns in 1932 wrote autobiographical sketches. The amount of positive feeling expressed in the narratives predicted longevity. 90% of the most cheerful were alive at age 85 versus 34% of the least cheerful. Similarly, 54% of the most cheerful quarter were alive at age 94, as opposed to 11% of the least cheerful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Laughter is good 4 U: Laughter releases endorphins, giving us the "feel good factor"; Acts as aerobic exercise; Unleashes inhibitors & breaks down barriers; Great teambuilding tool, better communication; Helps boost the immune system & resist disease; Tones muscles & improves respiration and circulation; Encourages positive thinking and creativity; Relaxes the whole body by reducing tension/stress. Ref. Whatsupmag.com ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I hear voices/sounds/music in my head. Its really loud sometimes and i hear a vivid laughter sometimes and i get really angry really freaked ou. Havent talked back lol
The : The voices, sounds and laughter you hear in your head clearly leave you feeling upset (at least some of the time). If you have already had this evaluated by a doctor, i would recommend that you follow the treatment plan that was developed. If the sounds you hear in your head have not been evaluated, it is strongly recommended that you see your doctor and be open and thorough in telling him or her about these experiences. ...Read more
Benefits of laughter: Laughter can actually reduce the amount of stress hormones. In fact, research shows that good humor & laughter may: induce relaxation, boost the immune system, cheer up a blue mood, decrease fear & anxiety, help people cope with cancer & other life-threatening illnesses, reduce your risk of heart disease & heart attack. Embrace the funnier side of life, despite stress. Ref. Vitality(2):2014. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
THINK WHY: Why suppress it? Unless it would hurt others if you laughed. Unless you have reason to think you're caloused, heartless, etc laughter ought to be good for you. If it comes from embarrassment you might want to examine it. Ifyou use it to distance yourself from others it isn't doing you good. Might consider talking with someone to get a clearer view of this. ...Read more
Laughter and positivity: "laughter is the best medicine!" laughing is a positive emotion and therefore induces "good" chemicals. Positivity helps the body heal faster, it helps rev up the immune system and it burns off negative chemicals. It is certainly something the doctor would advise you to do! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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