Laughter is Still the Best Medicine

Laughter is Still the Best Medicine It is proven in the past as the Book of Proverbs first stated it. It is recommended by experts, too, because it can lessen the stress and anxiety. Laughter is the best medicine– is it still today? I think so. That’s because yesterday afternoon, I almost peed because of too much laughing! (Shh…. don’t tell them about it! :P) I have had an awesome Saturday afternoon, really, aside from my housemates’ presence. It was a beautiful adventure that we took. Or should I say, it was a great Sabbath day overall! See, we were at church in the morning, had our lunch there at the potluck, and then, decided to drive to Wausau with the church family to visit the Leigh Yawkey Art Museum and see the current themed exhibits there. I thought of inviting E and A, our Bisdak friends here in town. Sure enough, they were delighted to go with us and it started the grandest of time that we’ve had. We enjoyed our Wausau escapade, and then went home stopping by at Belt’s for some sweet and cold treats of the Belt’s ice cream. When we got home, I and the girl friends decided to go out for shopping. I left the husband and the daughter home while the three of us headed to K-Mart and the Centerpoint Mall. Ahh… because of too much chatting, when we were about to check out, E spoke to the lady in the counter in Visayan. A was laughing so hard she couldn’t talk anymore and the lady was laughing, too. I was, that I almost peed because it has been hours that we’ve been laughing out together. We were out and about for 4 hours and my girl friends thanked me for the time because they had a blast. I did, too. They said it’s nice to do it regularly because they were healed from their stress of being stuck with their family. Lol. I did, too. Photos grabbed from Photobucket Humor is infectious. I know because I got infected by it every day. Lol. The sound of a roaring laughter is far more contagious than any cough, sniffle, or sneeze. Or even those dreaded diseases. Have you thought about it? When laughter is shared, it binds people together and increases happiness and intimacy. Aside from its domino effect of joy and amusement, it can also trigger healthy physical changes in the body. Humor and laughter strengthen the immune system, boost one’s energy, diminish pain, and can give you a stress-free days. Best of all, this priceless medicine is fun, easy to use, and absolutely free. So, do you laugh a lot, often, and easily? For me and my family, we try to make it a habit to at least laugh 15 Ha Ha Ha’s every day. Of course, there’s more to that given the super humorous people that I am with. How about you? How often to you give out some laughter?

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