What´s the best medicine?

vickylass By vickylass, 17th Aug 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Laughter is the best medicine that will help us a lot to de-stress. We should practise it for one hour every day.

What´s the best medicine?

Regardless of what medicines we´re taking for our ailments or illnesses, laughter is the best medicine that, if not heal us completely, will relieve us a great deal to the extend of feeling a lot better. Agree?
People don´t smile much on these days and never mind bursting out in laughter. I´ve already noticed that while in the past there were many humourous publications and TV programmes, on these days, they´ve vanished out of the newsagents. I know that times are hard and gloomy, but surely we can burst out in laughter once in a while.
In the same way that we get up in the morning, have a shower, breakfast and go to work or wherever, we should dedicate an hour a day for laughter therapy. I used to do this with my house mates. Now I´ve no house mates, but I still do it, sitting comfortbly, I start thinking of the most humourous situations known. At first, I´ll probably giggle, but as I go on, I´ll end up laughing out loudly. Like crying, I feel a lot better after my daily hour of laughter, although, and needless to say, I prefer laughing than crying. But the latter also helps to de-stress.

Man to a friend in the pub: I suspect my wife´s having an affair with a chicken, because last night I found the bed full of feathers.
Friend: and I suspect mine is having a thing with a horse, because I found a horse rider under the bed!
If you´ve caught this one and has burst out laughing loudly, congratulations! You haven´t lost your ability to LOL and you´re perhaps nearer to healing.

(C) Copyright. Vicky Pino. August 22, 2013.


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