Dr. Greg Markway: Laughing releases serotonin, increases T cells, increases endorphins and improves the immune system. (Experts Say Laughter Really is Good Medicine.)

Laughter moves lymph fluid around your body, increases oxygenation at both cellular and organ level, increases immune-boosting chemicals such as interleukins, and raises serotonin levels. (Adams, Mike. Laughter is good medicine for reducing stress, enhancing brain chemistry.)

Serious subjects (e.g., religion, politics, sex) have a greater potential for being funny. Offers examples from medical professionals who use humor and laughter to manage high-tension situations. (Padus, Emrika, et al. The Complete Guide to Your Emotions & Your Health. p 65-70. PA: Rodale Press, 1992.)

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