Laugh


I really like to laugh. It is great. How do you feel when you laugh? Does it affect your pain? Certainly when we feel good, pain can be less intrusive and impacting as we access chemicals stored in our brain that suppress unpleasant feelings and emotions. Norman Cousins found this out when he took responsibility for his condition and used laughter along with vitamin C to deal with his predicament. He wrote about his experience causing uproar in certain quarters at the time–click here. However, there are some strong messages about his approach.

**Please note that any undiagnosed condition should be assessed by a medical practitioner.

Here is a sketch that makes me laugh. Probably relevant because it is to do with brains!

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