New Delhi: Laughter is the best medicine, it is a saying we all have heard for ages. In this expensive, artificial, and modern world, laughter is the only therapy that can keep a person strong, energetic, and positive without any extra expenses. Laughter is contagious, which spreads from one to the other, but this is a happy virus that should surely spread all over.
Like spirituality and yoga, laughter is very effective for good health. It not only strengthens the langs and reduces respiratory diseases, but also provides positive energy and immunity. Many neurologists believe that positive transmitters are released by laughing openly. Cardiologists are of the opinion that laughing can prevent heart attacks and other heart-related diseases. This reduces blood pressure, a high amount of oxygen reaches the body, which also helps the heart to pump properly. Nephrologists, ie kidney specialists, also consider laughter to be beneficial for a healthy kidney.
Other advantages of laughing:
– Laughing more strengthens the immune system which helps in fighting many diseases.
– Not only this, but it also reduces the risk of anxiety disorder.
– Laughing activates all the body’s relocation point, plus the heart and brain function much better.
– Laughing oxygen reaches every part of the lungs well and facial muscles also get automatic exercise which brings a glow to the face.
– Stress is reduced by laughing.
– According to a study, laughing for 10-15 minutes burns about 50 calories hence, laughing is very effective for weight loss.
– Laugh out loud in a state of despair and depression, because what is buried in the sub-conscience mind comes out through laughter.
– Moderate laughter in the first three months of pregnancy and laughter in the subsequent six months should not affect the lower part of the abdomen.
– If you have a throat problem, you can laugh loudly, but the laughter should be increased and reduced gradually.
– In the problem of thyroid, obesity, and tonsils, it is beneficial to laugh in Sinha-mudra.
– In asthma, blood pressure, and heart disease, experts recommend to slow down and smile softly.