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By Dr Al Sears Integrative Medicine Practitioner/Researcher

We all believe the old adage “Laughter is the best medicine”. But we have mistakenly attributed this benefit to psychology alone. Now new research has revealed that laughter affects your physiology more directly than attitude or positive thinking.

We can show that laughter has an immediate and direct affect on:

• Heart rate

• Skin temperature

• Blood pressure

• Breathing rate

• Muscle activity

• Brain activity1

But most importantly (and the point of this letter to you), laughter can improve the way your body handles disease by activating your immune system.…

By Caroline Leaf - Clinical Neuroscientist Author And Speaker

Scrolling through Instagram, it is easy to believe that happiness is what we are all searching for, a “happiness” that usually consists of us smiling in front of commodities like money, cars or even likes on a picture. Marketing adds for new products almost always mention “happiness” as an end goal, whether we are watching an advertisement for a new soda, new holiday or a new drug. Smiling, happy people stare at us from billboards as we drive to work or walk around our neighborhood—there is no escaping them.

By Janet Vargas – Independent Natural Health Researcher

Our Creator God and Neuroscience How they can Benefit You.

Religious persuasions aside - I don't have them personally but I do have time for Jesus. He has gifted me with writing poems and inspirations after years of natural health research - so I trust you enjoy this also.

Spiritual principles found in the Bible  and  recent Neuroscience Discoveries are merging - so to speak - in some areas.

Our brain learns from positive and negative experiences and it stores them in long lasting neural pathways.

By Janet Vargas – Independent Natural Health Researcher

Sunshine is actually Good for You – Come outside and Enjoy some Again Yes, it's Good for Flowers and it's Good for You too!
There is a necessity in these times for Switching Off from the Cares of Life and sitting or walking in the sunshine is a nice way to do that – accompanied with fresh air or quiet stillness where you can almost hear the silence. Even the quiet sounds around you can give you a peaceful sense of company, being tuned to the outdoor environment – it is really quite restful.