Did you know there is science behind the saying, “Laughter is the best medicine?” When we laugh, our bodies produce a hormone that triggers healthy changes in the body which help us heal from the impacts of stress. Laughter is also known to help boost your energy, your immune system and even reduce pain. Now that’s powerful medicine! When we experience stress, whether it’s because we are being chased by a bear or it’s because we just looked at our latest bank statement, what happens chemically in the body is the same.
Laughter is a huge part of being a couple in love. After all, what fun are relationships if they're serious 24/7? In this video, relationship expert Charles J. Orlando explains just how beneficial a big belly laugh can be.
The perfect aspect to a beautiful long-lasting marriage is laughter. During tense moments, it's best to diffuse them with a little humor — so learn to laugh with your partner for a smooth ride through marriage.
Whether you're cracking jokes, watching your favorite laugh-out-loud show together or pulling playful pranks on one another, comedy is crucial in relationships. That's why we can't get enough of this cute video where a husband pulls a April Fools' Day joke on his wife who hates mayo.
"Honey, I'm home," belts Ricky to Lucy every night on the black and white TV screen. Although "I Love Lucy" no longer airs, her easy-going ways and boisterous laugh left lasting impressions on the adult generation of today.
Laughter is very sexy—particularly in the bedroom. Is your sex life full of silly fun? If not, you are missing out on one of the easiest ways to bring you and your partner closer together.
They sat around the dining room table, playing Candyland--the mother, the grandmother, the 4 ½ year old boy and his 2 ½ year old sister. There was laughter and enthusiasm and good will. Then the little sister had had enough of being sedentary and attentive. She scooped up all the pieces, shoveled them over to herself and yelled, “All mine.” There was a quiet moment, and, then, the little boy stamped his hand on the table and said, “I hate her.” Without pause, the Mom said in an indignant fashion, “You don’t hate her, you love h
Believe it or not, Thanksgiving is a time that can actually help you heal from divorce, and here are five reasons why.
I have to admit, when I jumped head-first into my current relationship back in April, I didn't put much thought into exactly why I was attracted to my now-boyfriend. However, thanks to science, I can confidently say that his non-aggressive nature and unlikeliness to harm me or my potential future offspring earned him major points.
There are literally hundreds, if not hundreds of thousands of ways we can behave that could be considered loving. Yet, it is from where the gesture comes from that distinguishes the loving act from the empty gesture. If your goal is to display your love or affection genuinely, here are my five suggestions.
c. 2012 Susun S Weed (Expert) Author: Down There: Sexual & Reproductive Health the Wise Woman Way Orgasms are mind-altering events. And to find them, enhance them, and increase them, we need to find a few ways to alter our minds. Easy ways to alter our minds and change our moods, include alcohol, certain herbs, such as marijuana and motherwort, laughter, meditation, and relaxation exercises.
The word love itself has a variety of meanings and interpretations, making it very difficult for many to describe. The health benefits of love, however, are easy to identity and much more obvious. In this article, I would like to focus on the positive health benefits of love in a healthy, loving situation.