Music and laughter can help lower blood pressure

Music and laughter can help lower blood pressure


In health news, music and laughter can help
lower blood pressure. In a study by Osaka University of Japan, 79 participants, aged
40 to 74, took part once every two weeks in one hour of laughter yoga programs and listening
to music they enjoy. After three months, it was found that the systolic blood pressure
of individuals in this group had decreased by an average of five to six points. Our thankfulness, Osaka University researchers,
for highlighting one of the benefits of music and merriment. May all people discover the
life-enhancing ways to achieve vibrant well-being�

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