New Delhi, Lifestyle Desk. Laughing is always a sign of good health. Laughter is the need of our life. Laughing not only improves our health but also increases the oxygen level in the body. By being happy, smiling and laughing, you can face every problem in life. Through laughter, you can increase your immunity, remove stress. It can also treat the problem of breathlessness. It is not necessary that you laugh only when you laugh. Even if you laugh falsely, then your health benefits, this has come to the fore in a research.

Fake laughter gives relief from anxiety:

According to the study, even fake laughter can relieve you from anxiety and stress. Laughing is the best exercise to relieve stress and anxiety. Recently, Laughter Therapy has been included in Brington, UK after the sixth grade, in which the practice of bringing a smile on the face is made. In this, it is practiced to laugh and laugh while clapping or dancing. According to the report, laughing ha ha ha while laughing falsely also benefits equally as laughing.

According to the report published in Daily Mail, laughing is very useful for the health of the body. According to the report, a youth must laugh an average of 17 times a day. Laughter has many effects on the body, which helps in relieving stress.

Robin Dunbar, Professor of Evolutionary Psychology at Oxford University, said that the physical activity of laughing pumps the diaphragm present in the lungs. Due to this, the negative air present in the lungs starts to exit. In this process endorphins are released from the brain, which reduces stress and keeps us happy.

How endorphin hormone keeps us happy:

The release of endorphins relaxes the whole body. This reduces the level of cortisol hormone which increases stress. Nitric oxide is released due to endorphins, which reduce the tension in the muscles. Nitric oxide also causes the blood vessels to dilate. This is the reason why even laughing falsely keeps blood pressure under control. Laughter also activates the hypothalamus of the brain, which helps in reducing stress and anxiety.

Edited By: Shahina Noor