Laughter As a Form of Release

Laughter is part of our humanness; it’s a coping mechanism in the face of anxieties, fears, sorrows, and other hidden emotions. It has the ability to draw us together in uncertain times. Laughter can be called “inner jogging”. A robust laugh gives the muscles of the face, shoulders, diaphragm, and abdomen a good workout, and sometimes even the arms and legs. Heart rate and blood pressure temporarily rise, breathing becomes faster and deeper, and oxygen surges throughout the bloodstream! Join us this Sunday as we laugh together.

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