Laughter Therapyby Amyobala Key
Laughter Therapy has the potential to cure the incurable. Like all other
theoretical approaches, it is not a guarantee, but provides hope. Unlike
other desperate measures, it leaves the patient feeling good, regardless
of the consequences.
There is the possibility that, with laughter, positive chemical activities will increase, allowing for a rise in antibodies and an increase in the level of immunity.
As usual, traditional doctors are neither impressed nor inspired. But studies of the subject are few, small, and usually engineered improperly. Those who initiate studies are usually biased in favor of the theory. It is the worst way to scientifically approach any topic. Without intelligent research, laughter may appear to be no better than any other extreme emotional reaction. You could get similar positive results, simply from screaming. Initial observations suggest that laughter can assist the body in raising the threshold of tolerance for pain. But what can it do for conquering the illness itself? Simply emulating morphine is insufficient.
If you have an illness that traditional doctors and holistic practitioners have failed to defeat, then give it a try. But mix your personal treatment with other parallel therapies. You can rent or purchase an infinite number of comedies in DVD or VHS format. At the same time, you may want to add other elements that promote healing. Surround yourself with everything that brings you up. Make your list. The list should include pets, children, and flowers. Just be careful that they are the things that make you personally feel good. W.C. Fields may not have chosen children. Those with allergies may not choose pets or flowers. Also, many comedians may not always be to your taste. If you are sick and feeling low, you are more likely to be open-minded to other comedy styles. You can now get DVDs for a vast array of recent television series and also older comedies.
The trick is to immerse yourself within laughter.
The human body appears to be engineered to benefit from the experience in ways that we cannot yet fully comprehend.
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