Lifestyle components of cancer protocols are often overlooked when determining treatment paths. I am not sure why this is so but nevertheless it is. Perhaps the general consensus is that some of the recommendations are just too simple to be of any therapeutic value or the notion that they do not have scientific validity.

Laughter therapy is one such modality that comes to mind and it does have research to back up the intuitive knowledge of the positive power of a good laugh. Laughter relieves stress and as well as boosting our mood has been shown to have a very positive effect on our immune system. And anything that strengthens our immune system benefits our health and aids in the fight against disease.

Here is a great short video highlighting the power of laughter as well as a couple of other tidbits that I am sure you will find interesting.

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Laughter as Medicine

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