What exactly is this feel-good physical phenomenon we all experience (often against our will)? A rhythmic, (usually) audible contraction of the diaphragm in response to external or internal stimuli. (Source: Wiki)
The more you think about it, the weirder it seems, right?
We use it to communicate joy or embarrassment, to respond to a joke or humourous situation, to send social messages, to bond with others or even when someone tickles us.
One of the best things about laughter? It’s contagious…so it’s super easy to share! Give the gift of your laughter to those around you this week…