The sound of roaring laughter is far more contagious than any cough, sniffle, or sneeze. Humor and laughter can cause a domino effect of joy and amusement, as well as set off a number of positive physical effects. Humor and laughter strengthen our immune systems and help us recover from illness, as well as bring joy into our lives. The question is, how do we gain access to this priceless medicine?
Find the wit, whimsy and general weirdness with this humor blog. Life’s funny– Might as well embrace the nonsense. Humor topics range from send-ups on national advertising and other pop culture, general observation and offbeat me…
Have YOU heard the crow of the Dead Rooster? Check it out before the stench of its rotting carcass becomes unbearable.
Life’s weird, so you better have a sense of humour.
Some random writings, humorous views, inspirational sayings, advice and poetry
University of Maryland Media News has several articles that offer results of a study that shows a good sense of humor may help prevent heart disease and heart attacks. The articles also contain a multiple-choice humor survey to rate your “laugh protection” against heart disease..
- Laughter is the “Best Medicine” for Your Heart
- Laughter is Good for Your Heart
- Humor Survey: How Well Does Your Sense of Humor Protect You From Heart Disease?
How Laughter Works – Explains the physiology of laughter, as well as its physical and emotional benefits. (How Stuff Works)
What is Humor? – Discusses the relationship between humor and health and suggests ways to improve your sense of humor. (Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor)