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Forget Not to Laugh Laugh Aloud and Live Long

Author Name: Jayanta KR. Mallick | Format: Paperback | Genre : Humor | Other Details

One of the things we can do to enjoy life more is to laugh. Laugh makes us feel good. At the same time, it is good for our health. Laughter protects our heart. Laughing increases blood flow and decreases blood pressure. It improves blood vessel function which may help protect us against heart disease. Laughter relaxes our body. Laughing relieves tension and relaxes our muscles. It is an effect that lasts for up to 45 minutes after. Laughter puts us in a better mood. Laughing triggers the release of hormones in the brain. These hormones are called endorphins. Endorphins promote an overall sense of well being. Laughter decreases pain. Endorphins also relieve pain temporarily. So, endorphins are often called the body’s natural painkiller. Laughter decreases anxiety. It also decreases mental stress. As a result of laughing, there is a decrease in stress hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline. People who laugh more tend to report lower anxiety and feelings of stress. Laughter also boosts the immune system. Laughing increases immune cells and infection-fighting antibodies. Thus it improves our resistance to disease. At last a message—”Laugh aloud and live long.”

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Jayanta KR. Mallick

Jayanta Kr. Mallick was born on 14th October’1983 at Nischintapur, a remote village of Nadia District, West Bengal. His father was a cultivator and mother was a housewife. He completed B. Com. (Honours) from Goenka College of Commerce and Business Administration, Kolkata in 2005. In 2007, he passed Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism from Bhavan’s College of Communication and Management, Salt Lake, Kolkata. He started his career as a Copy Editor/Reporter in ETV Bangla (Bengali) News Desk in Hyderabad in October’2007. He resigned from the job in October’2009 and returned to his native village. In December’2012, he started his career as state government employee. He first joined as Block Youth Officer in the district of Malda. He resigned from the service in July’2015 and started working as Sub-Divisional Information and Cultural Officer in Alipurduar. He also served as District Information and Cultural Officer (In Charge) of the same district from June’2016 to February’2017. Since then he has been working as Sub-Divisional Information and Cultural Officer, Kharagpur, West Midnapore District.