Daily laughter in full voice allows you to stay longer workable in the elderly.
At Nagoya University in Japan, scientists were able to prove the connection between laughter and health in the elderly. It is reported RIA Novosti with reference to the head of the research team Kenji Takeuchi.
Within three years, experts observed 14 of 233 people over the age of 65 years. Subjects were divided into four groups depending on frequency of laughter in full voice.
It turned out that the inability to move independently and care for themselves in old age increases 1.4 times for those who do not laugh, compared to those who laughs almost every day in full voice.
Experts note that such a connection scientists have detected for the first time. Kenji Takeuchi suggests that it is associated with increased immunity. Scientists stressed that there is strong evidence of positive effects on immune function and stimulate blood circulation.
The researchers emphasized that the relationship between frequency of laughter and the age of death could not be established.
Earlier it was reported that biologists have found a way to control aging. The Correspondent also wrote that scientists rejuvenated human cells.