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Research: A laugh a day keeps the doctor away!

Posted on | April 28, 2010 | No Comments

Researchers at a California University have discovered that laughing is like ‘internal jogging’ and has a positive effect on our body similar to moderate exercise.

The study conducted required volunteers to watch 20 minutes of comedies / stand-up jokes and found after their session a dramatic drop in stress hormones, blood pressure and cholesterol resulted.  This laughter session also stimulated appetite and improved the outcome buy pills online without prescription of patients suffering from Diabetes and Heart Disease.

In previous studies, the researcher also found that regular laughter can increase the number of tumor fighting natural killer cells important for cancer patients and generally boosts immunity.

The benefits of such research is vital to implement into today’s society to overcome our stressful work life, to help combat rising health issues and could play an important role in the treatment of special population health (elderly) who may suffer from immobility issues.

So take a few minutes every day to have a good laugh and reap the health rewards!

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