Good Morning to respected principal, teachers and my dear friends. Today I stand before you to suggest you good laughs as laughter is the best medicine. You guessed it right, the title of my speech is laughter is the best medicine.
We keep on stressing about a lot of things in life. Such as our grades, upcoming exams, our career, etc. Greater the stress, the greater is the risk to our health. Our immune system weakens with stress and tension.
But we have an inbuilt solution to this problem. Laughter is the best medicine. It has the capacity to make us forget all our problems and affects our health positively. Now you know why people early morning laugh so much in the parks near your house while performing exercises.
Laughter definitely brings good health to you and there are various ways through which it does its task. It relaxes the whole body. A good hearty laugh relieves all the physical tension and stress. It leaves the muscle relaxed for about 45 minutes.
It also triggers the release of endorphins. Endorphins are the body’s natural feel-good chemicals. Laughter also protects the heart as it improves the function of blood vessels and increases the blood flow. This further protects our heart from various heart diseases.
Laughter may also help you to live longer too. This statement is based on a study in Norway. It was observed that people with a strong sense of humor lived more than the ones who laugh seldom.
In the end, I would like to request you all to laugh as much as possible. There are various ways to do so. Such as crack jokes, watch comedy films and shows. Try to spread some positivity and make people laugh!
Thank you all for lending me your ears.