Explore the health and wellbeing issues concerning laughing and learning disabilities.
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Learn about Laughing and Learning Disabilities Female: This is the most fun you’ll ever have keeping fit and healthy. Thousands around the world are joining in groups to put a smile on their face and a laugh in their bellies. When we laugh a whole lot of fantastic things occur in the brain and body aside from the release of those wonderful feel good endorphins. Laughter boosts your immune system. Those warrior T and B cells get a real kick out of a good laugh and go about disease fighting with renewed vigor and gusto. Scientists have just found that the disease fighting protein called gamma interferon doesn’t want to miss out on all the fun either. Julie Whitehead: When you laugh, you’re using all the diaphragm muscles, your stomach muscles that enables the lungs to fill with pressure, you know you take big breath in so you’re getting lots of oxygen which is very good for all the organs and increases the circulation and it tones all the muscles. But beyond those physical things it also has a big effect on the chemicals in the body and it releases things called endorphins which give you the feel good factor. And it also represses a hormone called cortisol which is very dominant if you’re feeling stressed out. So it reduces stress and it promotes a feeling of well-being. Female: Laughing is universal. There is not one culture on the planet that doesn’t laugh. It’s a common language that brings people together and it breaks down barriers. Hospitals all over the world are including laughter therapy in their patient’s get-well plans. Going to your first laughter class is quite the experience. You may feel a little shy at first but soon you’ll be pulling faces and doing chicken dances along with the rest of them. If you’re suffering from anger, grief and frustration laughter therapy is especially for you. It’s a great way to release negative feelings and heal the emotions. Join a group and laugh for life. To some people getting an A in school is very easy. People can even do it without much preparation. But there are those who is out there who study and study with all their might and still can’t manage to get high grades or in some cases even pass. If a child is persistently failing in school this is not to say they’re not intelligent. They maybe are suffering from a learning disability. An individual maybe have problems with writing or speaking, reading, listening, spelling or reasoning. The scientists are not exactly sure why learning disabilities occur but they think it might have something to do with the dysfunction in the central nervous system. There were a few disorders that are well known. A child may have non-verbal learning disability. If they display poor skills in math, clumsiness, poor visual special skills and don’t get along well with other children that same child however will have incredible communication skills. They may have developed speech at an early age and have an extended vocabulary. Their reading and writing skills will be exceptional. Match your straight learning disability is with omega 3 fish oils and the nutrition with good results. Western medicine concentrates on modifying teaching techniques to suit the individual child. Help is always at hand. Laughter therapy groove out of the yoga tradition, 15 to 30 minutes a day is recommended.
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