Life is too short not to laugh at it occasionally.
Remember the last time you choked on your own spit while hearing a great joke? Or bursting out laughing somewhere really inappropriate? Or cracking up with your friends so much you feel the abs forming below that thin (or not so thin – we won’t judge) layer of fat your stomach has? Yup, we all appreciate a good laugh. And how couldn’t we? Laughing on the daily has so many benefits which are beyond rad – that’s why we won’t miss this chance to point out some easy boxes we check when we have a good chuckle.
Laugh more and get super healthy
As ridiculous as it may sound, those who laugh harder and more often, live better. When we get cackling, we relax our muscles, protect our hearts, boost our immune system, and get rid of our anger.
Mental health is also improved when we laugh
Think of checking out Radass memes and crying and laughing with your pals as a long-term investment in your mental health. Laughter can work as well as an anti-depressant since it stops our distressing emotions and, when times are hard, helps distract us and offer us a lighter perspective on our issues.
Laughing buds are best buds
Nothing brings us closer together as joint laughter and funny stories! I know I remember hilarious events with my crew the best, and we love to re-tell those. Humor with our friends helps us be more spontaneous, strengthens friendships, and helps us to lower our defenses from time to time.
How to laugh more?
Intentionally search for funny content on the internet. (Yes, that’s what Radass is for. We are taking care of you, my guy!) Organize movie nights (or, during quarantine, Zoom/Skype drinking parties) with friends. Spend time with light-hearted, fun people. Leave the drama to someone else. Ain’t nobody got time for that!
WTR – Why’s That Radass?
Learning about the benefits of laughing is the geek side we approve of. Also, if we can increase your lifespan in this way, we are more than happy to assist you in living an overall rad life. Tears of laughter are included.