1. RELAXES YOUR BODY
2. ENHANCED IMMUNITY
Research has proved that laughter reduces stress hormones, increases production of disease resisting T cells and increases the chemical Interferon and consequently boosts the immune system.
3. LEARN TO LAUGH AT YOURSELF
This robs others of the satisfaction of trying to pull your leg.
4. GIVES YOU PERSPECTIVE
You view a stressful situation in a particular way and more objectively.You thereby reduce the stress experience.
HELPING OTHERS HELPS US
Doing something for others is a stress buffer. Small acts of kindness go a long way. We can evaluate our own helping hand in various ways
1. CONNECTS YOU
Helping others enhances your personal social support system, this in turn increases your level of connectivity.
2. KEEPS YOU BUSY
Stress mounts when you have time hanging on your hands. Being busy distracts you from your own worries . You can focus your attention on something more rewarding.
You always feel better when you help. Makes you feel life is worthwhile and there is a sense of meaning, purpose and value.
RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS
These could go a long way in giving joy.
This is truly a great stress buffer. It enhances your ability to cope with life by providing the following:
What is life all about, this is a ethical question bothering all of us.
2. STRENGTHENS VALUES
Most volunteering experiences have been proven to be highly stress management effective. Finding such experiences is very healing. We must exert to reach others so that you can find an area of work where you can find joy.