Hahahahaha!

Why didn't the skeleton cross the road?

He didn't have the guts!!!!

Hahaha!

Did you know that when they're tickled, rats laugh?

Did you know that your brain can tell if someone is fake laughing or really laughing during a conversation?

Did you know that you're more likely to laugh at a joke if you know the person telling it?

We could all use a good laugh now and then...or better yet, we could use lots of laughs all day long!

There are actually studies that show the many health benefits of laughing. The benefits include:

Lower stress levels

Better sleep

Healthier blood pressure

Pain relief

Immune function improvement

Improved heart health

There aren't any prescription drugs out there that can compete with that impressive list!

Laughs are mysterious medicinal mechanisms...Studies have shown they can reduce stress levels and improve immune function! Got some aches and pains? Laughs generate the production of endorphins which are the body's natural pain killers! A healthy dose of daily laughing has been linked to healthier sleep patterns and improved blood pressure. You can even burn off a few extra calories by laughing (very few, but a calorie's a calorie, right!).

So...how many times a day do you laugh?

According to laugh studies (yes, they exist), grown-ups usually laugh 20 or fewer times per day, but the average 4-year-old laughs nearly 300 times per day! With numbers like that, it's no wonder so many grown-ups have health problems!

Laughing is a great way to take your health into your own hands! Find something that makes your family laugh together...like a good game of charades. Listen closely when you hear the belly laughs of your kids. Laughs really are contagious! Laughing together has been shown to improve relationships too...

What can't these magical laughs do?!!

References:

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/11/13/10-fascinating-facts-laughter.aspx

https://www.reference.com/world-view/many-times-average-person-laugh-8f57f06b637760dd#


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