Osteoarthritis is mostly considered a problem related to the old age - usually due to the wear and tear of joints. We have already given you an Ayurvedic perspective on Osteoarthritis. But unfortunately, like in the case of Arthritis, even cases of Osteoarthritis in youngsters are on the rise.
Aches and pains in the joints are no longer a problem of only the elderly, as more and more youngsters are complaining of sore joints these days. People under the age of 35 complain of neck, knee, ankle or other joint-related problems, which are chronic in nature. These could be symptoms of the early onset of Osteoarthritis, which is a degenerative joint disease.
There is a good reason why there's an age-old saying that laughter is the best medicine. Have you noticed how you suddenly start feeling better or very happy after watching a comedy movie? Just breaking into giggles can lead to a feeling of rejuvenation and release.
But why does this happen? Why is laughter considered as a medicine? How can something so simple have healing properties for the body? Let's try and answer some of those questions. Here are the reasons why Ayurveda and modern science consider laughter very good for the body and mind...