LAUGH AT STRESS !………………………….

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It is highly recommended that to get us through difficult times, times of anxiety and nervous spells that tend to be very much the mode in these modern times, we should never give up laughter, no matter what. We always need to laugh and smile. 

It is one of the oldest methods that we know of, but highly effective, to laugh in our day-to-day , and a wonderful remedy for depression, to laugh releases so many positive things for us, it can only bring us good things and feelings. 

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When we laugh and smile, it come’s with a multitude of benefits both physically and mentally, when we smile we reinforce our immune system and reduces stress. Many studies have shown that laughter reduces the level of cortisol and adrenaline, hormones which are responsible for depression and stress. It is also known that laughter helps to raise our happiness, are want to live life to the full and helps to open us up to  thinking and functioning in a better way. . Loud laughter is the best for lifting sadness from us, as we laugh we release endorphins  responsable for a great part of our well-being. Also laughter has a lot to do with our life span, so the habit of laughing will help us to have a longer life. 

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There is always a reason to laugh and smile in our life, no matter what bad moments we may be going through each day gives us many opportunities to laugh and smile, make a list of the last 10 things that have made you laugh and keep it where you will always find it, the next time you are going through a bad moment take your list, read it well and remember how you laughed.  Laughter can also improve your relationships with others, it also has that benefit to it, when we laugh and smile we have an impact on others, that provokes a response of the same from them, laughter is highly contagious, it is also a very attractive point for someone looking on, we as individuals also feel better and more confidant. A smile can open many doors for us both on a personal level and a professional one, we feel better and the people around us also , it is one of the best business cards we can ever have, it presents us to others as stable, comfortable in our own skin and have a happy well-being about us. The perfect anti-depressant is a natural and sincere smile, we have to feel good about ourselves without any inferior complex of any kind, this is felt by us and seen by the world around us. 

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To laugh everyday and to be happy is maybe the best advise anyone can give you, when you remember that this is your choice and depends on no one but you, what is there to stop you, don’t let anyone or anything take this away from you.

 

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Brooke Universal Life Coach 

 

theutopaiuniverse@gmail.com

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It's time to payback all the good in our lives,to pass to each other everything we have learned,the knowledge we have stored within, and the love we have to share. I am a fully qualified Psychologist,Life Coach,Performance Consultant & LOA Practitioner. I have shared this blog with everyone since February 2013, I have been able to help many,but also been helped by many,this I am truly grateful for and thank everyone for your support and advice.Should you wish to contact me, please feel free to do so,my email is open to you all. I look forward to hearing from you.
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2 Responses to LAUGH AT STRESS !………………………….

  1. Sadagopan says:

    I couldn’t agree more. Laughter is the best medicine. I try to laugh, at least smile, during tough times. Last time I laughed hard was during my yearly appraisal meeting

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  2. I find myself laughing at pretty much ANYTHING – then others smiles. i mean, its like a ditz behavior the way i do it i think. but its good 🙂

    Thanks for sharing

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