This survey is an attempt to qualify and quantify the claim that laughter helps people with a mental illness reduce their medication. It is meant to collect enough observational evidence to get researchers’ attention, show them what people are doing and how they are benefiting, and promote more studies to investigate laughter therapy as a complimentary health practice. It’s easy to ignore individual stories, but not 1,000 documented and verifiable stories all pointing in the same direction. (Read more below “Why we are doing this”).
Disclaimer: Please do not assume anything from this survey and consult with your physician for questions about your own health and how to improve it. Click here to read more about why laughter is good for mental health.
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