La Quinta, California (PressExposure) September 21, 2009 -- Clinical evidence confirms that laughter and a positive attitude are good medicine because it lowers postprandial glucose levels. A program conference covers topic to people with diabetes and the need to learn the positive and inspire self-management support through timely, therapeutic humor.
Sufficient of studies have shown that laughter can fight many common ills. Research suggests that humor may lower blood pressure and release endorphins. Laughter is also thought to improve circulation, stimulate the nervous system, heighten the immune system and make the heart stronger. Laughter might reduce blood glucose are not clear, but suggested that laughter could increase energy consumption by working the abdominal muscles. Bu laughter might affect the neuroendocrine system, which controls glucose levels in the blood.
The program is intended for individual or groups of diabetes educators and other healthcare providers interested in staying up to date on current through the use of therapeutic humor as a powerful communication and educational tool in supporting patients with diabetes.
The objective of the program is to be able to illustrate the significance of humor in healthcare, as well as, to recognize the benefits and risks of using humor to people with diabetes. Another purpose is to be able to build up approach that includes therapeutic humor.