A good laugh makes you feel good, literally. Laughter boosts your immune system and releases a dose of dopamine in your brain. While raising your endorphin levels, laughter also supports your blood vessel health by revving up your circulation. Laughter is 30 times more likely to happen in a social situation than alone, so surround yourself with family and friends. And remember, a better sense of humor can be practiced and learned too.*
Wake up each morning with the intent to laugh more. Read a daily comic, or listen to a recording of your favorite comedian. In your free time, tune into a funny sitcom, or have fun on a date night.
Express your love today!
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