Laughter is The Best Medicine

When we were kids we used to laugh all the time, but as adults life tends to be more serious and laughter seems to become more infrequent. However, trying to find more opportunities for humor and laughter means you can improve your emotional health, find greater happiness, and even add years to your lifespan.


Laughter is a noun and refers to an expression or appearance of merriment or amusement. It seems that in this day and age, when everything is done online or over social media, seeing a smile or a real, hearty laugh is so rare. According to laughter is good for your health, relaxes the whole body, boosts the immune system, triggers the release of endorphins, protects the heart, burns calories, lightens angers heavy load, and may even help you live longer. Laughter creates physical, mental, and social benefits that allow you to stay healthy.


There is always that one person that will always make you smile, make you laugh, or tell you their go-to corny joke that always makes you happier. Jokes are always a staple when trying to make someone laugh or feel good. Laughter combines both aspects of body and mind into one contagious emotion or action. It’s the most widely used form of communication. So the next time you’re feeling down or sad, just remember to try to laugh or even make someone else smile.