El Jaddida - A new scholarly review conducted by the British Medical Journal (BMJ) affirms the various risks of laughter on people.
El Jaddida – A new scholarly review conducted by the British Medical Journal (BMJ) affirms the various risks of laughter on people.
“Laughter is Medicine” has been around for a long time until researches carried by the BMJ unveiled the hidden drawbacks of laughter.
According to the same study, laughter may cause jaws to dislocate, hernia to pop out, asthma attacks, headaches, cardiac arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat or abnormal heart rhythm), ribs to break if laughter is fierce and urinary tract problems when laughter is suppressed.
However, despite the erstwhile drawbacks, doctors do not deny the advantages of laughter.
For instance, it can reduce anger, anxiety and stress.
It can also reduce cardiovascular tension, blood glucose concentration and risk of myocardial infarction.
In short, before you decide to put a frown on your face, a nice smile is the best gift to give people around you. Smile and the world will smile back to you.