Laughing Buddha on the Train
I promise that if you watch this Laughing Buddha on the Train video, it WILL bring a smile to your face. Hopefully, that smile will develop into a grin, then chuckles, snorts, guffaws, followed by hopeless laughter.
Laughing Buddha on the Train – Provided by Golden Tree
There’s just something about laughter that’s quite contagious. Scientists have studied the brain to see why this happens. It appears that when the brain is exposed to human emotions, negative or positive, it triggers a particular part of the brain called the premotor cortical region. This region prepares the muscles in the face to respond accordingly.
But the response was greater for positive sounds, suggesting that these were more contagious than negative sounds, according to the group.
The researchers believe this explains why we respond to laughter or cheering with an involuntary smile, which often turns into laughter.
There you have it! It’s proven science. I love this, don’t you? Did you have a good laugh? I sure did.
MY QUESTION FOR YOU TODAY:
Did you laugh?
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