#WickedWednesday Prompt #365 – Laughter
This Shirley temple giggle gif is probably the one I’m known for using most frequently – when I’ve genuinely giggled with a tweet thread.
During a laugh, respiration, heart rate and blood pressure temporarily rise. This causes oxygen to surge through the bloodstream that then results in lower blood pressure.
Laughter improves the function of blood vessels and increases blood flow, which can help protect against a heart attack and other cardiovascular problems.
Laughter reduces pain and allows toleration of discomfort. Laughter reduces blood sugar levels, increasing glucose tolerance in diabetics and non-diabetics alike.
Laughter relaxes the whole body, relieving tension and stress. It has been shown that following a good, hearty laugh, muscles in the body are relaxed for up to 45 minutes afterward.
Source – thecaregiver.com
I have to admit my writing style is not currently a smile per mile experience, doesn’t contain genital stimulation or photos of my body,. However, I have developed a very strong sense of (dark, twisted, sarcastic, self effacing) humour as a protective shield – shared with many, appreciated by the few 😉
I find humour in the unlikeliest of life situations. When I’m able to support others that know me, they have welcomed my unorthodox slant. It’s a less invasive route to open two way communication.
I was surprised when Marie asked me to choose my Top 3 – after her powers of persuasion , “Laughter” – was deemed the best fit.
My brief for selection is simply “Choose three you like best, including mine” 😂
A personal request: if you’re using niche fetish/ intense kink /themes of violence please pop hashtags of content at the top for me.
I’m still rather surprised I’ve been asked to read and choose this weeks #WickedWednesday
Thank you @rebel
@Swirlingfire, 26 May, 2019
Written for the #WickedWednesday meme of “Laughter”. Why not go check out the other posts by clicking on the button.