To cope with stress and maintain a positive outlook no matter what life throws at you, remember to celebrate World Laughter Day 2023 by laughing it off. The more we laugh, the longer and better lives we are said to have. A more positive outlook on life and the ability to bounce back from sadness are both aided by regular laughter.
The physical body responds to laughter with a happier, more revitalized state of mind. Increasing one's rate of laughter also has beneficial effects on one's physical well-being. World Laughter Day aims to raise public awareness of the therapeutic value of humour and happiness.
Every year on the first Sunday of May, people all across the globe celebrate World Laughter Day. The seventh of May is designated as World Laughter Day in 2019.
World Laughter Day was established in 1988 by Dr Madan Kataria, the creator of the Laughter Yoga movement, to promote understanding of the beneficial effects of humour on one's physical and mental well-being. On May 10, 2011, Mumbai hosted the inaugural World Laughter Day. This annual event serves to highlight the value of humour and the advantages of maintaining a positive outlook.
The goal of World Laughter Day is to spread joy and goodwill around the globe by encouraging people to laugh with one another. The stress hormone Cortisol is lowered by laughter, leading to improved physical and mental health. It's a great tool for toning your face and abdominal muscles and aiding in your weight-loss efforts. It gives you jolts of energy, which in turn improves your mood and attitude.