There’s no doubt that we’ve all got our own busy schedules to contend with, but when it comes to our health and well-being, many individuals are willing to try anything to enhance it and strike the right balance where possible. There are many things, a number of which would be defined as fads now, that we’ve tried to make healthy living a priority, but could laughter be the only thing we need to live strong, improve memory and boost mental performance?
As a leading provider of dinner party entertainment, laughter plays an instrumental role in Kennedy’s psychological mind reading show but how important is having a sense of humour and indulging it from time to time?
The physical, mental and social benefits
Laughter has been proven to enhance the state of our physical, emotional and mental well-being, in fact as well as relieving the pressure and stress that goes hand-in-hand with modern life, laughing (and we mean really laughing) for at least 15 minutes a day has been proven to strengthen the immune system, increase muscle mobility, reduce cravings and even make people more resistant to pain.
From a scientific point of view, humour and laughter increases the production of certain hormones, including endorphins and neurotransmitters, whilst lowering those associated with stress, i.e. adrenaline, cortisone, epinephrine and dopamine, which will explain why it has such a positive impact on our moods. Laughter also puts the diaphragm, abdomen and other body muscles through their paces, giving a similar effect to physical exercise to promote better heart health, increased immunity and improved antibody production. In addition to this, there are a variety of social benefits that make laughter an important part of life, and laughing with others has been proven to be more beneficial than laughing alone.
Getting more laughter in your life
There are many ways that you can add more laughter to your life and enjoy the physical, mental and social benefits. Creating opportunities to laugh is the most important step so don’t be afraid to put yourself out there. As well as watching a funny movie with friends or simply doing something silly, making time for shared laughter is vital.
Kennedy’s mind reading show is a great way to get started if you are looking to trigger the positives that go with a happier, more humour filled life. His unique style of dinner party entertainment is perfect for intimate gatherings between close friends or colleagues, and combines humour, wit and psychological mind reading skills to entertain audiences from all walks of life. His specially designed act is ideal for private individuals, corporate evenings and lunches, management meetings and project days, and is excellent for impressing, engaging and sharing laughter amongst guests.
Discover more about Kennedy’s performance style and his availability by contactingthe office on 0203 47 555 47.