Makes sense to me…
After the Day of Thanks – I’m thankful for the Car Talk Brothers who brought laughter to some many over the years.
researchers aren’t sure if it’s actually the act of laughing that makes people feel better. A good sense of humor, a positive attitude, and the support of friends and family might play a role, too.
“The definitive research into the potential health benefits of laughter just hasn’t been done yet,” says Robert R. Provine, professor of psychology and neuroscience at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and author of Laughter: A Scientific Investigation.
But while we don’t know for sure that laughter helps people feel better, it certainly isn’t hurting.
Laugh on and be well – whatever the cause and effect for chuckling often.