Let's all laugh

  • Letters
  • Wednesday, 07 May 2014

WITH the initiation of World Laughter Day by Yoga founder and Indian physician Madan Katariar in 1998, this delightful, healthy occasion is celebrated in 72 countries by Happy and Joyous Clubs all over the world on the first Sunday of May every year – “Laughing your way to good health with ‘laughter yoga’” (The Star, May 5).

Indeed, loud laughter from the bottom of the guts helps to release feel-good hormones into the bloodstream, which makes the person feel lighter and happier. It is certainly good to organise and participate in laughter gatherings at least once a month for our general good health.



Kuala Lumpur


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