“Laughter is the best medicine!”…

0 0
Spread the love
Read Time:2 Minute, 26 Second

… This proverb probably never loses its meaning because cheerfulness is a crucial character trait that makes life more substantial and worth living. Unfortunately, many people have forgotten how to keep their zest for life. Even if you have often not been in a cheerful mood due to the pandemic-related restrictions of the past two years, you should not lose your cheerfulness. A smile brings joy, opens hearts, and is healthy.

A carefree child is, on average, over ten times more likely to laugh than an adult. In life, many adults, unfortunately, lose their sense of humor. Due to anger, fears, and bad experiences, dull thoughts creep in, and they feel less and less “in the mood to laugh. “

The term “humor” comes from Latin and means “juice, moisture. “Blood, bile, or mucus was called “humorous” in ancient times. Even then, doctors taught that a cheerful mind could only exist if the bodily fluids were in natural balance. If we transfer this teaching to modern times, mental and physical balance is the basis for humor and a good mood. Only those who feel good can go through life in a good mood.

Laughter researchers describe laughter as a state that makes you lose and free. It is also known that optimists are less prone to illness. Those who master life with a little more humor live healthier lives: a laugh exercises many muscles, leads to a pulse increase and makes us breathe faster. In this way, our body is supplied with an extra portion of oxygen and has better blood circulation. Laughter is associated with a more intensive movement of the diaphragm, which positively affects all organs. A hormone boost triggered by laughter and the increase in the body’s defense cells contributes to happy people feeling physically better.

To benefit from this health-promoting quality, you should do everything you can to maintain your joie de vivre or regain it if it has diminished over time. Don’t let pessimism take over your daily life! Consciously look for occasions that make you feel joyful and elicit laughter. It is up to you to look at the “grey everyday life” with a humorous eye.

Remember that the mind needs a positive distraction, and the body depends on a varied diet with a high proportion of vital substances. Our metabolism can produce happiness hormones itself after eating certain foods. Carbohydrate-rich foods, for example, with a high balance of fiber and individual protein-rich foods, can make an essential contribution to a positive mood. However, a lack of critical vital substances can increase a general physical and mental malaise.

You will soon notice: as soon as you bring more joy and lightness into your life, a process will be set in motion in your body that will reward you with more joie de vivre and the health that goes with it!

Happy
Happy
0 %
Sad
Sad
0 %
Excited
Excited
0 %
Sleepy
Sleepy
0 %
Angry
Angry
0 %
Surprise
Surprise
0 %

This post has already been read 497 times!

Related posts

Average Rating

5 Star
0%
4 Star
0%
3 Star
0%
2 Star
0%
1 Star
0%

Leave a Comment