The study, released from Brazil, concluded that laughter is the "best medicine" for heart health.She pointed out that laughing subdues leads to the expansion of tissues inside the heart, and increased oxygen flow around the body.The research found that patients with coronary artery disease, who participated in a course of laughter therapy, had reduced inflammation, and their health improved.The results of the study were presented at the annual meeting of the European Society of Cardiology in Amsterdam, the largest heart conference in the world.The study included 26 adults, with an average age of 64 years, and was At the end of the 12-week study period, the group that watched the comedies improved by 10 percent, in a test to measure the amount of oxygen their heart could pump around the body, and the group also improved in a second procedure, which tested the ability of the arteries to expand. The results reveal that these inflammatory markers decreased significantly, compared to the group that watched serious documentaries.The study concluded, that laughter therapy is a good intervention, which can help reduce this inflammation and reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke.She pointed out that laughter therapy can be implemented within health institutions and systems, such as the National Health Service, for patients at risk of heart problems. Laughter helps the heart because it releases endorphins, which reduce inflammation and help the heart and blood vessels relax, and it also reduces levels of stress hormones, which put pressure on the heart.They further stressed that "laughter helps people feel happier in general, and be more committed to taking medications when they are happier" and advised that people should try to do things that make them laugh at least twice a week.