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Humor, stress, and health

Dave Korotkov

Humor, stress, and health

by Dave Korotkov

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Published by Nova Science Publishers in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wit and humor,
  • Laughter,
  • Stress (Psychology),
  • Health,
  • Health aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementDave Korotkov ... [et al.].
    SeriesPsychology of emotions, motivations and actions, Psychology research progress
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF575.L3 H86 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination111 p. :
    Number of Pages111
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25045751M
    ISBN 101612097766
    ISBN 109781612097763
    LC Control Number2011002553
    OCLC/WorldCa698361304

    One study of 19 people with diabetes looked at the effects of laughter on blood sugar levels. After eating, the group attended a tedious lecture. On the next day, the group ate the same meal and then watched a comedy. After the comedy, the group had lower blood sugar levels than they did after the : R. Morgan Griffin.   The non-humor group's stress levels decreased just slightly. Other studies have also shown the wide-ranging health benefits of laughter. A Vanderbilt University study estimated that just minutes of laughter a day can burn up to 40 calories.

    Sense of humor when coping with life stress Article (PDF Available) in Personality and Individual Differences 13(7) July with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Humor Creation Ability and Mental Health correlations between various measures of sense of humor and many aspects of psychosocial well-being (e.g., life satisfaction, self esteem). Negative correlations have also been found with measures of depression, anxiety, stress, burnout, and so on (for a review of this literature, see Martin, ).File Size: KB.

      Stress management gives you a range of tools to reset your alarm system. It can help your mind and body adapt (resilience). Without it, your body might always be on high alert. Over time, chronic stress can lead to serious health problems. Don't wait until stress damages your health, relationships or quality of life. Start practicing stress Missing: Humor.   Stress Relief. Dr. Lee Berk, an immunologist at Loma Linda University&#;s School of Allied Health and Medicine, has studied the effects of mirthful laughter on the regulation of hormones since the s. Berk and his colleagues found that laughter helps the brain regulate the stress hormones cortisol and epinephrine.


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Humor, Stress, and Health (Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions) UK ed. Edition by Dave Korotkov (Author), Mihailo Perunovic (Author), Marvin Claybourn (Author), & ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of Cited by: 1.

Humor usage opens a relay station for positive emotions such as determination and the will to live. The book studies positive emotion, humor and their close connection to resilience. Humor has been shown to benefit emotional stability, and for instance, is a standard remedy for balancing the stress of family responsibility with the pressures of work.5/5(5).

Much of contemporary psychological research on humor is based on the assumption that a sense of humor is a positive and desirable personality characteristic that enhances psychological health and This book explores the and health book between humor and stress in relation to psychological health and well-being.

Humor Stress and Health. This new book explores the relationship between humor and stress in relation to psychological health and well-being. Discover the world's research. 16 Best Stress Books for Slaying your Stress Monster. Daily Stressors Facilitate Giving and Receiving of Emotional Support in Adulthood.

David M. Almeida. First Published: 20 January The following is a list of the most cited articles based on citations published in the last three years, according to CrossRef. Exploring self‐compassion and empathy in the context of mindfulness‐based.

History. Using humor to decrease stress, diminish pain, improve quality of life and even attempt to improve immune functioning has recently become a popular topic in the lay and professional literature (1–4).Laughter in response to a humorous stimulus is a natural occurrence and does not require large amounts of time or money and health book order to implement.

Connecting Laughter, Humor and Good Health Laughter is the biological reaction of humans to moments, or occasions of humor. It is an outward expression of amusement. a Facts and Figures t On average, a child laughs times a day while an adult laughs only 17 times a day.

The majority of men report that theirFile Size: KB. Humor and/or laughter can also alleviate emotional stress, which enhances health by helping to prevent stress-related illness. Remember that the sustained release of stress, or “fight or flight,” hormones can contribute significantly to hypertension, nervous system disorders, and other health complications.

The benefits of humor and laughter are even referenced in the bible, Book of Proverbs (NIV), where it states: “A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones,” indicating that, in the 10th century, people understood that a joyful spirit has positive therapeutic effects, while the absence of joy may make you by: For the patients.

For the health care providers. This article has some interesting thoughts. Humor and Healing: the Laugh Factor Interesting Healthcare and Humor article about humor’s role in healing.

Humor as a cost-effect means of Stress Management. Got Stress. Think humor can help you manage stress in your workplace.

Developing a sense of humor about life's challenges is a great place to start. A sense of humor will help you to build resilience to stress as well as improve your overall physical and emotional health.

It will also enable you to: Bond with others. Humor and Mental Health: Using Humor to Cope with Stress. Freud pointed out a century ago that humor offers us a healthy means of coping with life stress. George Vaillant, in his book, Adaptation to Life, reported that in-depth interviews revealed that humor was a very effective coping mechanism used by many professional men under stress.

This study suggests that humor can benefit people experiencing stress, but only if it is used in the right way. Humor has two benefits. Being witty and telling enhancing jokes increases people’s.

This book explores the relationship between humor and stress in relation to psychological health and well-being. NITROFLARE LINK: Download Humor, Stress, and Health (Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions). The third article in this series examined the influence of the physiological response to humor (i.e.

laughter) on selected health outcomes; including muscle tension, cardio-respiratory functioning and various physiological measures of stress (3).Cited by:   We all go through periods of anxiety and stress.

In addition to therapy and medication, self-help books can be a solution if you are looking to change your mindset and cope with symptoms.

From. Stress can be a major impediment to humor and laughter, so it’s important to keep your stress levels in check. One great technique to relieve stress in the moment is to draw upon a favorite memory that always makes you smile—something your kids did, for example, or something funny a friend told you.

Potential theoretical mechanisms for such effects are discussed first. Empirical evidence for beneficial effects of humor and laughter on immunity, pain tolerance, blood pressure, longevity, and illness symptoms is then summarized.

Overall, the evidence for health benefits of humor and laughter is less conclusive than commonly by: • The study of humor in medicine can be divided into the following areas: humor and health, humor and patient-physician communication, humor and patient care, hu-mor and the health professional, humor in medical edu-cation, and humor in the medical literature.

• Humor has the potential to relieve stress in patients and medical professionals. Humor: The Lighter Path to Resilience and Health The verdict is finally in. Humor and laughter do support a healthy body, mind and soul!This book discusses in a readable fashion the latest exciting research on humor/laughter and 1) health, 2) resilience/coping with stress .Sir Cary L.

Cooper CBE is 50th Anniversary Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health at Manchester Business is the author or editor of more than books on occupational stress, women at work and industrial and organizational psychology, has written over scholarly articles for academic journals, and is a frequent media commentator.Stress can cause or exacerbate health problems such as high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity and depression as well as some autoimmune, digestive, and skin diseases.

External factors that can cause stress include the physical environment such as one's job, relationships, home as well as various situations, difficulties and expectations.