Norman Cousins used this success tool to recover from a serious illness. Savvy couples have used it to cure a fun deficiency in a relationship. Singles have used it to calm nerves and rev up enjoyment during dates. What is the free tool that can heal your body, increase intimacy, and prolong your life?
Laughter is the best aphrodisiac that also adds happy years to your life.
The health benefits of laughter have been proven in plenty of scientific research. Laughter releases endorphins, the brain’s feel-good chemicals, giving us a natural high. A belly laugh also reduces the stress hormone cortisol and boosts your immune system by almost 40%. A strong immune system helps you fight disease and stay healthy.
A hearty bout of laughter also stimulates circulation and gives your abdominal muscles a good workout. Good blood flow and fit muscles help you enjoy an active sex life throughout life.
I once worked on a film for television, directed by JoAnne Woodward who’d said, “Sexiness wears thin after a while and beauty fades, but a man that can make you laugh everyday, ah, now THAT’S a real treat.”
Joanne Woodward was happily married to Paul Newman for over 40 years until his recent death. I feel for her as she grieves the loss of their true love and daily laughter.
Since we know the health and happiness benefits of laughter, why aren’t we all using this tool more often?
You may not feel like laughing when worries weigh you down in challenging times. Yet, this is when you need a big dose of laughter to lift your spirits. Researchers tell us that your body doesn’t know the difference between genuine or faked laughter — the health benefits are the same.
Should you fake it until you feel it?
It’s definitely worth a try. Some spas now use laughter exercises to warm up a group as they bellow a hearty, “ho, ho, ho–ha, ha, ha,” while they look in the eye of each person in the room. This faked laughter often leads to the real thing, stimulating a twinkle in the eye and a rosy glow in your cheeks.
If you can’t find someone to laugh with or something to laugh about, you may be overlooking the greatest source of amusement–yourself. When you can laugh at your quirks instead of being self critical, you know a secret to a happy life.
Is laughter really an aphrodisiac?
Who says sex has to be so serious? Humor is a secret of a happy love life. A playful attitude is sexy, when you leave your worries and inhibitions behind. Put-down humor is cruel–never a turn on for your partner.
You can spark up your romantic routine by telling an erotically-charged joke as foreplay or between caresses. There are books of hot jokes so you don’t have to write them–only share your favorites to heat up your libido and lovemaking.
I suggest you find ways to use laughter to relieve stress, revive intimacy and rev up sexual vitality and happiness in your relationship.
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Love deeply and live your dreams now,