Laughter can also help keep diabetes under control. According to a study done by the University of Tsukuba in Japan, laughter can lower blood sugar levels after a meal among people with Type 2 diabetes.
While the exact cause is not yet known, it is believed that laughter has a direct impact on the neuroendocrine system, which monitors the body’s glucose levels. It also may be due to the energy used by the stomach muscles while laughing.
Plus, laughter may help diabetics avoid microvascular-related complications.