Last updated on August 8, 2021 by Roger Kaufman
Humour – TV presenters are not protected from this – Why is laughter contagious
There's a lot of laughter behind the scenes too 😂
TV presenters laugh their heads off - why is laughter contagious
Andrea loses her nerve during a text message and can't stop laughing. Ron can't finish the story and Dao has to fill in for Andrea.
Source: C&S Entertainment
6 TV Reporters Who Couldn't Stop Laughing On Live TV - Why Laughter Is Contagious
These are the 6 funniest reporters who couldn't stop laughing!
These 6 reporters are almost closed on live TV Deaths laughed!
Why is laughter contagious?
The contagious result of laughter
In fact, research studies have shown that for most people, the main trigger for giggling isn't necessarily a joke or an amusing movie, but someone else.
We inherently know that laughter is the fastest connection between two people, but there's an anthropological reason why laughter is contagious.
There's also a physiological reason why laughter is contagious.
The sound of a laugh activates regions in your brain's premonitory cortical region—which is associated with facial muscle movement—to transmit sound.
Sophie Scott, a neuroscientist at College London, claimed: "We have long recognized that when we speak to a person, we often mirror their actions, replicating the words and also simulating their movements. I've revealed that exactly the same thing comes with laughter—at least on a mental level.”
The benefits of an excellent belly laugh
A belly laugh has many benefits, including increasing oxygen uptake, which strengthens the lungs, heart and muscles, and also promotes the release of endorphins (the "satisfied hormone"), which boosts the body's immune system.
It also relieves tension, stress and anxiety, lowers anxiety and anxiety, and can even increase efficiency. Sign me up!
But wait, you assumed that was it? No, that's not all, folks.
A great smile line kicker can have a huge impact on your score.
Do you see what I did there?
A study by cardiologists at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore found that laughter and an active sense of Humour Can protect you from a heart attack.
Michael Miller, MD, notes that research "recently demonstrated for the first time that laughter is associated with healthy blood vessel performance in the heart."
He added: “We don't yet know why laughter protects the heart; however, we do know that mental stress is associated with impairment of the endothelium, the protective barrier that lines our blood vessels. This can cause a variety of inflammatory responses that cause fat and cholesterol to build up in the coronary arteries and inevitably lead to a heart attack.
dr Miller said his research found that people with cardiovascular disease were much less humorous in responding to everyday life circumstances.
They giggled less, he said, and generally showed more temper and also hostility. I think it's about time these people got a heart for their hearts, huh?
Humor in our lives - Vera F. Birkenbihl
today already laughed? Not yet? Then it will definitely work...