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Friday, 21 December 2007

Laughter is good any time! It’s great to laugh and express your happiness!

"If you can make a girl laugh, you can make her do anything." (Marilyn Monroe)

Our personal laugh is a true social language art that deserves practicing and improving just as we have to practice talking and public speaking. Developing a good laugh can provide you with a valuable tool for improving your flirting, dating and all other relationships.

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Laughter is an audible expression or appearance of merriment or amusement or an inward feeling of joy and pleasure (laughing on the inside). It may ensue (as a physiological reaction) from jokes, tickling and other stimuli.

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The laugh is related more to speech than to emotions and is used in social settings with others. People seldom laugh when not with others. We use the laugh as a nonverbal punctuation to our speech. The laugh is usually produced in response to embarrassment, excitement, or humor. Laughter provides relief from stress by releasing pain-killing, euphoria-producing endorphins, enkephalins, dopamine, noradrenaline and adrenaline. Socially, laughter unites us as friendly allies against outsiders and against forces beyond our control. In groups of children, women or men, laughter strengthens bonds of comradeship.

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The laugh has much to do with our speech punctuation and is more controllable than the real smile. The good side is that we can consciously control our laughter and even practice and improve it for most effectiveness as communication in our daily relationships.

Laughter may be triggered by something we see, hear, or feel, but rarely by smell or taste. Often it involves a complex or clever situation that only intellectual understanding brings out the humor or absurdity that makes us laugh. This is not related to our survival or mating instincts. Laughter is much more complex.

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Laughter also has beneficial health effects. During a hearty laugh, there is a slight rise in heart rate and blood pressure. Also the brain may release pain-relieving hormones. It has been estimated by scientists that laughing 100 times equals the same physical exertion as a 10 minute workout on a rowing machine or 15 minutes on a stationary exercise bike. Good strong laughing works out the diaphragm, abdominal, respiratory, facial, leg, and back muscles. Laughter is like jogging, but internal.

So laugh and take all the benefits of laughter!

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