Laughter improves well-being, social engagement, and quality of life. Often it’s the small simple things that will bring smiles and ignite giggles.

Laughter stimulates the release of endorphins, which are the body’s natural “feel-good” chemicals. This improves well-being, social engagement, and quality of life. Often it’s the small simple things that will bring smiles and ignite giggles.

In this article we cover:

  • Lifestyle changes can cause depression
  • Create a culture of happiness
  • HAPPINESS defined
  • 6 creative ways to make people laugh!

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Cathy 6th Jul 2017
We have a lot of fun with impromptu dancing in any area. Just put on a CD with suitable music ( any fun dance music) and before we know it there's a disco going on!! Care staff join in as well.
Susan 30th May 2017
Have you ever heard of the "Secret Society of Happy People"?
How about "Hunt for Happiness Week" in mid January?
Daz 30th May 2017
A wonderful article full of positivity.
Thankyou
Del 29th May 2017
Del has submitted a new article: How to Create a Culture of Happiness

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