Value of Humor
Laughter really is good medicine, for everyone. So why aren't we laughing more? There is as much comedy in life as tragedy but we don't take advantage of it when we're bogged down in the daily grind or hyped-up for yet another security alert. A sense of humor is one of the most valuable assets for shifting perspectives, improving health, and learning to live in a sprit of joy. In the workplace, the right kind of humor can improve morale, customer service and the bottom-line. (For more information and resources on this topic check out WHAT'S UP / Education)
Humor is no joke when it comes to the bottom line.
Stress is a worldwide epidemic. Who is affected? And is it contagious?
Women are more likely to worry and less likely to be happy, especially between the ages of thirty and fifty.
Stress is a worldwide epidemic. You are affected. How high a price are you paying?
Stress is a worldwide epidemic. And few know how to cope with it.
"The role of care giving is potentially an occupational hazard, and its demands place caregivers at risk for psychological and physical problems."
Research confirms the positive impact laughter and humor play in cardiovascular health.