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The Medicine of Chuckles!

Have you heard that laughter is good for the soul? Well, it turns out that it is good for the heart too!

A study inside the journal of Heart magazine discovered that LAUGHTER truly may be the best medicine! The study showed that people who watched a funny film showed about the identical cardiovascular positive aspects as an individual jogging.

Now I, nor any other reasonable person is about to recommend that you stop jogging or exercising and devote a lot more time sitting in front with the Television watching films, but the study reveals some interesting facts as to the added benefits that come from laughter.

Actually, there are several research findings linking damaging feelings, for instance, anger, worry, hostility and depression to poorer overall health.

Unfortunately, there are not as many studies displaying the positive aspects to those persons that have a happier outlook.

The key point is the fact that feelings trigger several hormones and neurotransmitters (brain messengers) which have an effect on our wellness.

Men and women who go through the day with damaging feelings like worry, fear, anxiousness and hostility, produce additional pressure hormones and neurotransmitters that relate to poorer overall health, as opposed to men and women who walk around happy and smiling. The content folks don’t have as many strain hormones running through their bodies!

The takeaway is basic, smile more!

Never worry about the petty stuff, enjoy life!

Scripture teaches to not worry about tomorrow…when there is certainly enough to worry about in the present. Besides, 90% of the things we are concerned about and worry about today, never happen!

Did You know?

Your Adrenal Glands make upwards to 50 kinds of hormones.

Don’t cook foods in plastic containers in microwave ovens…this could release poisonous ‘Dioxins’ into your foods. Use glass or ceramic containers.
Cover foods having a paper towel, instead of plastic wraps!

Several headaches are triggered by dehydration.

Prayer & meditation can reduce blood pressure. (I love to stand in the shower for quick meditation- I use deep breathing exercises and have the warm water relax me as I deep breath and exhale for 20 repetitions).

It is not really important what you do as long as you can go to that “happy” place we all have!

 

So, my friends, I hope you enjoyed these brief comments. Now enjoy life and keep smiling!

Felix

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