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> Laugh at stress and off it goes
ericn destiny
post Jan 30, 2014, 01:18 AM
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The clock is always ticking and from the time you open your eyes from a not so sound sleep you have targets to achieve, satisfy bosses, bills to pay and time never seems to be enough. The ultimate result is a stressful life and before you know your body and mind is affected adversely with multiple ailments all because of stress. Data shows that laughter therapy for stress is becoming more common and a soothing relaxed feeling surges through your system after each session. Under stress without even realizing you may tend to hold your breath filling your lungs with carbon dioxide which is not good for you. When you start laughing there is increased oxygenation of the internal system and also your muscles are relaxed and you start experiencing the benefits in a short span of time. The body benefits when laughter is induced or forced as the breathing technique differs when laughing as you tend to use your abdominal muscles to inhale and exhale.
When in groupsí people reap the benefits of laughter more as boredom of everyday practice is eliminated and when you are with like-minded people your barriers automatically diminish allowing you to open up. When attending a session you will have experienced trainers teaching you how to laugh with laughter exercises and hilarious experiences can be shared among friends which will bring the group emotionally closer too. Even at home, comedy flicks or joke books are excellent stress busters and after a hurricane day you can escape into one of these to enjoy the evening and relieve the stress.
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post Jun 29, 2015, 12:10 AM
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thank you sharing. laugh really can release the pressure for people. and the dietary supplements 5-HTP is helpful in treating a wide variety of conditions,like to improving in mood, anxiety, insomnia, and physical symptoms. Reducing depressing and Being effective in various types of headaches including tension headache and migraines.
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post Jul 08, 2015, 10:56 PM
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But we have to believe that we find ourselves the stress we are suffering from. Less desire, and less stress there will be. There are many scientists and other professionals here in BOC Sciences( [b]www dot bosci dot com ), many of them living a happy life, just because they concentrate on the work they are doing, and lead a very simple live. Sometimes we need to give up something to live more happily, which sounds easy but hard to make.
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wyzandrea
post Jul 24, 2015, 05:52 PM
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Indeed, laughing is very useful to release yourself no matter where you are and whatever you do. As the human, it is a absolute action for get rid of the stress. Recently, a new study shows that it is the same to the animals according to some experiments with the animal models (www dot creative-animodel dot com).
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post Sep 07, 2015, 03:25 AM
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Laughing is one of the best free remedy to reduce stress level. And it has no side effects at all.
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