Laughter Is The Best Medicine To Overcome Greif
When I’m feeling down I can always count on my dog to cheer me up. When you laugh your body actually physically changes. The muscles throughout our face and body get a good stretch and our pulse and blood flow goes up. You also begin to breathe faster, sending more oxygen to your brain and body tissue. Not to mention you get a great ab workout!
Dog’s add endless humour to our lives. From their funny quirks to their adorable faces, their ability to make you smile is innate.
Warner Bros. and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures new movie, “Max”, an family action adventure film is opening nationwide on June 26, 2015. The theme of the film centres around the Human-Animal bond being able to help overcome grief and loss. (More about Max the film HERE) We have seen how effective service animals or working dogs can be when filming for our Dogs Make A Difference TV episode. Their gentle and strong silent support helps people all over the world overcome issues such as depression or anxiety every day.