How strong is your immune system?
Sometimes you may not know until you get poorly. Frequently.
As Covid keeps doing its rounds in variants, I want to raise awareness of how Laughter. I
mean hearty laughter (as in Laughter Yoga) helps to really boost your immune system.
With regular Laughter Yoga practice, your natural killer cells, and T-cells are increased and
work well to keep you boost your immune system.
There are additional ways to increase your T-cells – eat fruit and vegetables high in vitamin
B6, thiamin and folic acid. The best fruits? Oranges, grapefruit, lemons, limes, blueberries, apples and pears.
A vitamin supplement which is really useful is Vitamin D – the natural sunlight vitamin – and
eggs are an amazing food to provide Vitamin D – 82% of the recommended daily intake is in
one serving of eggs.
What else helps? sleep, drinking water, exercising regularly, and minimising STRESS.
Hearty laughter is a natural, cathartic release of stress. Releasing both body and emotional
stress at the same time.
What else does this mean to you?
I don’t know anyone in my circle who loves to be poorly. We miss out on family,
doing hobbies, attending live events, social events, and so on.
AND less sickness at work means fewer employees are off poorly – so no extra cover to pay
for, or counterparts are working their little socks off and stressed.
I’m happy to report these amazing stories of recovery ….
A LinkedIn colleague who was about to participate in an online Laughter session explained
she was still suffering with COVID and wanted to get better quickly. A few days later she was
better and the Laughter session had boosted her immunity sufficiently to meet with her
family at a special celebration.
I remember vividly coming down with a cold and headache, not contagious, I laughed for 2
days in a training session and the cold had disappeared by the end of the 2 days.
Laughter Yoga does help boost recovery and stops us getting so poorly in many cases.
For more information on booking your own Laughter Yoga workshop,
online sessions, happiness workshops and Bollywood Laughter Yoga Dance
contact Sara Kay at email@example.com or call 07974 778091.