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ANJU M.J.

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why do we laugh?


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It is said that laughter is the best medicine, why not. It shows one's happy state of mind and the brain gives us signals to laugh and smile. A small child laughs even before knowing any language and that smile or laughter is the most endearing act of a child. So laughter helps us to connect with another person instantly. Laughter too has many therapeutical benefits  and it is actually an exercise for our facial muscles. 

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Laughing is one of the best exercise as well as habit. It supports our life quality. Laughing people have also long ages. According to some scientists and experts, it has been cleared that laughing can increase the intake oxygen amount. It stimulates lungs, heart and muscles. Laughing has the power to boost up your health. Also, it helps us to make a strong relationship socially. A laughing face has always a new brightness.

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We laugh because when we feel joy movement. When we listen to some funny things or we imagine any funny movements in our mind then it creates happiness and we make our face smiley. We should laugh and it's is beneficial for our health. Keep smiling always. 


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According to a study by the U.S. National Library of Medicine, there are many potential reasons why we laugh: The release of tension, relief from a state of uncertainty or fear, and the use of humor to help cope with pain or discomfort. There are more potential triggers for laughter than just these four major ones. But it's surprising that even dogs respond to laughter in some capacity— they can detect whether their owner is laughing and they will often change their behavior in response to it!

The most important thing you must know is that your own sense of humor actually dictates what kind of laugh you'll have.

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