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Children Who Participate In Laughing Activities Experience Increase In Memory Retention

Do you remember when did you had a good Belly laugh last time?  Did you ever had a trouble remembering where did u left your phone or keys? Just laugh it off! New research suggests that children who is in good laughing habit has a good memory retention power. The less stress you have, researchers said, the better your memory. That’s why kids have a very good memory power a kids have no stress. 

Laughter not only increases a child’s capacity to remember the humour, but it also gives a feeling of security and contentment.

laughter not only increases a child’s capacity to remember the humour, but it also gives a feeling of security and contentment. It is important that teachers use funny songs, games, or silly phrases to start a lesson. Children need to be encouraged to remain happy and even parents need to look after to give them a happy environment which help them in their child mental growth 

This positive beginning sets up the lesson for success.

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