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Very true - perspective is often the key factor in how we feel about things.
Katherine Sanger says
Sounds good to me! i don't think we should use laughter to completely replace modern medicine... although you never know, i've seen some pretty miraculous things.
Noah Franks says
Yea, endorphins definitely can help out with so many things :)
Jenny Pugh says
Yeah excercise and sunshine are definitely both good medicines.
Michael Wiener says
Never thought of it as a medicine for financial issues, but that does make sense too!
Andy McGuire says
Sounds like laughter worked for ya.
Samith Jhon says
Good point on using less muscles. More muscles to frown than smile, and more to cry than laugh. I like it.
Very true. Be careful not to let laughing cause a complete coughing fit! You might end up needing a whole new kind of medicine.
Rajnesh kumar says
Sounds like you've got two good solutions there - laughter and time w/ loved ones.
Tony Kickass says
I don't smoke, but I can see where both things would be helpful.
Yes laughter is definitely great for stress in particular :)
Terry A. Kennedy says
Interesting, I had not heard of all those laughter benefits.
Alicia Foley says
Laughter as part of an overall care plan, I like that!
Interesting. i've never heard of the laughing excercise. I am very intrigued now, and I'm going to try to do some research on this.
Makes sense to me.
It's a good thing I don't have broken ribs, I just laughed out loud at this one.