Laughter is a physiological response that activates a plethora of beneficial reactions in the body. For example, you can offset the physical effects of stress by allowing your body to relax and release endorphins by doing so. There are many different types of laughs – light chuckles, hearty chortles, full-on belly laughs – and when starting with a fake laugh it often quickly becomes a genuine laugh. The aim of the laughter techniques offered in Laugh is to help us laugh more easily through a series of warm-up exercises that are then followed by a range of activities designed to get you giggling.
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About the Author
Lisa Sturge is the director of Laughterlines Coaching, working with a range of businesses, organizations, and schools across the UK in order to promote laughter and wellbeing in the workplace and everyday life. Follow her on Twitter @lisa_sturge