I once read an article how a doctor would advocate watching comedy as an aid to feeling better, and he would agree that just the act of laughing will actually help your immune system, will create more endorphins, and all this aids in your body recovering quicker from illness. But could laughter actually help in preventing illness. Well the author of this article certainly thinks so. I just think of the old saying ‘laugh, and the world laughs with you, cry and you cry alone.
“The popular saying ‘laughter is the best medicine’ holds true. It does to your mind what a …www.mdhil.com/laughter-truly-is-the-best-medicine/”
These days are full of doom and gloom on the television, almost to the point of not wanting to even listen to the news. I really miss the old sit-comedies of the past, they were so delightful, and very funny. You could always rely on them to give you a good laugh. Somehow things have changed and I have to confess that very few new films of television shows are, for me, funny. I know humour is a very personal thing, and what makes one man laugh doesn’t the next, but when one does see a funny film it is a great joy. I have a friend whose Mum had the most infectious laugh, only trouble is she would always laugh at the wrong moment, probably thinking of the past funny moment during a serious scene, the cinema would be quiet, and then my friend’s Mum would laugh. Before you could say Jack the Lad the entire cinema would be laughing. My friend used to get so embarrassed.
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