Blessings of Laughter

Taken from a Special  Feature  Page  on my natural health website concerning ALL  the  Benefits  of  Laughter  –

I  call this phenomena revealed by Heart Specialists, Neuroscientists, Psychologists and Various Physicians (collectively) the CHEMISTRY OF LAUGHTER. I’ve gleaned the following Information from various sources of research.

LAUGHTER IS GOOD for your MORALE and also your IMMUNE SYSTEM………It Releases Endorphins in your body that are “Feel Good Chemicals”  It can be a sure weapon against stress and if practiced regularly – as part of your Lifestyle – it can help to prevent and sometimes relieve Stress Related Illnesses.

Laughter Clears your Emotions and helps to Sharpen your Mental Faculties. Laughter is fun and it’s good for you. It makes others feel good. It provides physical, emotional, and psychological benefits.

Scientific Research reveals that LAUGHTER strengthens our cardiovascular functions; reduces stress hormones; improves circulation_ benefiting those with high blood pressure; has a boosting effect on the function of immune cells; releases endorphins_ a feel good chemical that sometimes helps to lower pain levels; it oxygenates our body via the respiratory system_ this is very good for us; it also enhances our bio-chemistry!…

Looking Outside Our Square

You have heard the saying “Thinking outside the Square?”

So much is Introspective in Christianity these days –

in sermons, songs and books! Even Televangelists often

encourage you to be self-centered. It was not meant to be that way.

We are called to be the opposite actually – Free from

hang-ups, bondage and self.

We tend to look inward a lot in our Christian lives often.

The following website helps us to think outside

our little square in a positive way.

Many Christians are lacking in JOY because they don’t think

outside of themselves. Most sermons are centered on us

in some way, so they are partly responsible for that.

The emphasis has been wrong. We are encouraged to

keep attending “services” stand up, sit down and all the rest

of it – having to be spectators for the most part…..we