Life brings us many ups and downs. Sometimes, we get happy and sometimes sad. A person should try to be happy and laugh often, even when the situation is bad. Today we are going to talk about the effects of laughing on the human body. Meanwhile, the World celebrates, World laughing Day on the first Sunday of May every year. Moreover, this year the first Sunday of May falls on May 2nd. Further, one should know how people started celebrating World laughing day. Today, we will talk about the special things about this day.
History of World laughter Day
Dr. Madan Kataria started the World laughter Day movement. He is also the founder of the Worldwide Laughter Yoga movement. He celebrated World Laughter Day for the first time on 11 January 1998. His aim in celebrating such a day was to reduce the increasing tension in society. Further, he wanted the people to lead and live a happy life.
Why it is important to laugh
We often face many types of stress in our lives. That type of stress might upset someone. Moreover, nowadays, people are more disturbed because of the situation all around. But we must be happy and laugh in our life. We intake around six times more oxygen when we laugh.
Laughing has positive effects on our body
When we laugh, blood circulation in our bodies increases rapidly. There is also a saying that, ‘laughter increases blood circulation’. Therefore one should try to laugh more often.
According to psychologists, people suffering from stress should laugh. It is because when we smile, our brain automatically thinks that we are happy. Moreover, this process flows throughout the body and we become relaxed.
Laughing also helps people who get angry very easily. Laughing can even reduce their anger levels. Simultaneously, the body gets new energy while laughing.