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Islander
11-09-07, 10:53 PM
Friday, November 09, 2007 by: Mike Adams

You are about to generate $50,000 worth of healthy brain chemicals. How do I know? Because I'm enticing you to click on the link below which will bring up a unique animated image. This image, by connecting to your brain through your eyes, will cause your brain to instantly generate enormous amounts of positive brain chemistry. If you had to buy this chemistry from a pharmaceutical company, it might cost you $50,000. But you can generate it for free, right now, by simply clicking this link:

http://www.newstarget.com/gallery/articles/Hilarious_Dance.gif

(It's true. This image is worth at least $50,000 in happy brain chemicals. Don't believe me? Click it yourself and see...)

It's perfectly safe to click the link above. I promise. Your brain can't wait to find out how fun this image is going to be! Go ahead, click it now. Why wait?

Note that this image will also increase the oxygenation of your body by causing you to rapidly inhale and exhale during the process of laughter (http://www.newstarget.com/laughter.html). This boosts brain function, immune function and even the circulation of lymph fluids throughout your body.

Laughter is powerful medicine. It is perhaps the best medicine of all for countering the effects of chronic stress (which is devastating to the immune system (http://www.newstarget.com/immune_system.html)). Laughter literally alters your body's physical response to stress, including emotional stress and environmental stress. With enough laughter and the right nutrition, you can enhance your body's response to virtually any health challenge. You will:

• Heal injuries more quickly
• Recover from surgery more rapidly
• Fight infection more effectively
• Reduce the perception of pain
• Reduce or eliminate symptoms of depression
• Feel better about being alive!

Looking for even more laughter? Check out this amazing video of a white parrot dancing to The Backstreet Boys: Click here to view it now (http://birdloversonly.blogspot.com/2007/09/may-i-have-this-dance.html). (Video may not play due to traffic overload, try it later at night or on the weekend...)

The Mind-Body Connection

The study of the connection between the mind and the immune system is called psychoneuroimmunology, and it's a fascinating field of study that clearly demonstrates just how much control the mind has over the health status of the body. You can read more about this at Wikipedia (http://www.newstarget.com/Wikipedia.html): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychoneuroimmunology

We've also published several articles about mind-body medicine (http://www.newstarget.com/mind-body_medicine.html) on NewsTarget: http://www.newstarget.com/mind-body_medicine.html

Remember, keep laughing! (And pass it on...)

Note: This image has been circulating around the internet via email. If someone knows the actual movie from which it was taken, please let us know and we will properly attribute it. For the moment, my best guess is that this is Jim Carrey in Ace Ventura, Pet Detective. I do know that it's spreading joy and humor all across the internet right now. Maybe it's a great time to go rent Ace Ventura and continue the laughter…

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Islander
11-09-07, 11:00 PM
The folks in that video look a lot like some of my patients back when I was working in state mental hospitals. Except that, uh, a lot of them were stoned on Thorazine.
Anyone reminded of the Gratitude Dance?

It's all about attitude, anyway. Never, never lose your sense of humor!

Aw, I just have to tell this story. I've been posting on the same forum, with the same regulars, for almost 10 years. A few years back, all the U.S. members arranged to gather in Tucson and meet for the first time IRL. Now one of the guys is huge (as in tall) and massive (as in both muscular and pear-shaped). Someone introduced the idea of him in a tutu, and it became a standing joke. So when we met? He put on a rhinestone tiara. One of the funnier moments of my life. I have the pictures, too!