The verb “laugh” means to make spontaneous sound and movement of the face and body that are instinctive of lively amusement and of sometimes derision. (Oxford Online Dictionary)
A good laugh can be an effective way to release emotions especially those ones bottled up inside. Smiling and laughing have positive social implications as well as it makes people lower their guard when relating to you.
Research shows that fifteen minutes of laughter a day is as important for your heart as thirty minutes of exercise, three times a week.
There’s a reason they say laughter is the best medicine. While relieving stress, laughter promotes a smooth blood flow and healthy blood vessels.
Engage in activities that makes you laugh in this month of love.
Nana Duodu Kesse
Editor: Miss Emmanuella Oduro Appiah