It is likely that 53 different facial muscles play at least some part in your expression of laughing or smiling, particularly when the expression is exaggerated. This number does not include other laugh muscles within the body, e.g., the abdominal muscles and the diaphragm. So laughter is a good exercise!
by Saadia A 6 years ago
Is laughter contagious?
by backporchstories 6 years ago
When was the last time you had a good laugh?In our world today, we see all the striff and turmoil around us that we become like stone, harden. Laughter has always been good medicine. When was the last time you laughed, not chuckled or gave a "ha ha", but a good hearty laugh?
by DaniellaWood 5 years ago
What do you do to stop yourself laughing at really inappropriate moments?!We've all been there, standing in the middle of something really serious when the image of your friend falling flat on his face in that puddle in front a crowd of people the other day pops into your mind. What do you do to...
by Smallrevolution 6 years ago
Seriously, if we were talking about revolution... about changing the world, you think laughter is the best thing we can do?
by cruelkindness 5 years ago
Is laughing contagious? Is it healing?
by ElleBee 5 years ago
Do you believe that "laughter is the best medicine"?
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