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Why Do We Laugh?

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  • Laughter is a spontaneous reaction that occurs 30 times more often in social situations than when you’re alone
  • A good laugh can boost your immune system, rev up your circulation so your blood vessels work better, raise your endorphin levels and trigger a surge of dopamine, the “feel-good” hormone, to your brain
  • Studies show that laughter helps both children and adults learn better, and developing a better sense of humor can also be learned

By Dr. Mercola

When you stop and think about it, the sounds people make when something strikes their funny bone are kind of odd; maybe even bizarre. But the whoops and snorts that sometimes constitute a spontaneous explosion of mirth is a science, researchers say.

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