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How Humour Makes You Friendlier, Sexier

How Humour Makes You Friendlier, Sexier
How Humour Makes You Friendlier, Sexier
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So laughter is the best medicine? Steve Ayam in the Scientific American:

  • The concept of laughter as a cure for disease lacks scientific support, but humor may indeed have significant effects on the psyche.
  • Laughter relaxes us and improves our mood, and hearing jokes may ease anxiety. Amusement can also counteract pain.
  • Cheerfulness, a trait that makes people respond more readily to humor, is linked to emotional resilience—the ability to keep a level head in difficult circumstances—and to close relationships. Life satisfaction may increase with the ability to laugh.

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