The benefits of humor and laughter go back to the 14th Century when French surgeon Henri de Mondeville used humor therapy to aid recovery from surgery. He wrote:
“Let the surgeon take care to regulate the whole regimen of the patient's life for joy and happiness allowing his relatives and special friends to cheer him and by having someone tell him jokes.”
I am far from a surgeon but I do believe that laughter can actually cure sadness. The physical motion of laughing energizes the senses creating a feeling of intense sensation.
Laughter is contagious. The sound of rip-roaring, belly-aching laughter is far more infectious than any other feeling or emotion.
When laughter is shared with others, it ties people together and exudes happiness and intimacy, indeed it is known that laughter encourages beneficial health changes within the human body. Laughter strengthens the immune system, increases energy levels, reduces pain, and protects from the damaging effects of stress.
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