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  • 1. Laughter Therapy
  • 2.
    • What is it?
    • How did it begin?
    • What does it consist of?
    • How is it useful?
    • What does it imply?
    • Which benefits have?
    • Are there any problems?
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  • 3. What is it?
    • Using of humour to help
    • To promote healthy and cope with illness
  • 4. How did it begin?
    • Used in medicine during the whole history
    • Earliest mentions for health benefits from humour is in the Bible
    • Surgeons used humours to distract patients
  • 5. What does it consist of?
    • Using different ways, prepares us for laughter.
    • Can help people to comfort better the changes in life.
    • Principal aim: to teach us how to laugh.
  • 6. How is it useful?
    • To improve the quality of life, help for pain...
    • Passive humour.
    • Spontaneous humour involves finding humour in everyday situations.
    http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =iu-rLA4POkI
  • 7. What does it imply?
    • Increased breathing, oxygen use, changes in hormes and heart rate
    • For example: many hospitals have set up rooms with humorous materials.
    • Some cancer treatment centres offer humour therapy .
  • 8.  
  • 9. Benefits
    • Provides physical and emotional release.
    • Exercises the diaphragm, works out the shoulders, muscles more relaxes...
    • Away from anger, stress...
    • Can give us a cheerful perspective.
    • Laughter contacts us to others.
  • 10. Are there any problems?
    • It is considered safe with conventional medical therapy.
    • Can be harmful used with delicates issues.
    • Cause pain after surgery .
  • 11. The human race has only one really effective weapon and that is laughter . http:// www.youtube.com / watch ?v=cc2F1U_ oSxY
  • 12.  

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