Fun Zone

Life without a little fun and games will not just make Jack a dull boy; it will also make him unhealthy, and you wouldn’t want that, now would you? Research has shown that when people get out of their comfort zone and go out there and play, the benefits are numerous. People manage to cope better with stress, which boosts protective mechanisms and adds to their health and well being. And when people play with others, it builds a bond and they get social support benefit too. Just as it is known play is healthy for children the same applies for adults. When it comes to preventing stress having fun acts like a suit of armor. It is a great health habit: A recent study found out that spending around 2 hours a month in your own zone laughing or listening to some good music impacts greatly on blood pleasure as getting rid of salt or shedding 10 pounds! Sadly, most people have become disengaged from the idea of fun. Increasingly, professionals are saying that midlife is where the fun zone gets eliminated. People’s lives are made in a way such that more often than not, there is little room for being spontaneous. Most likely you are a responsible person, a handworker, morally upright person, and very involved in taking care of people close to you. But when you fail to create a playful zone, you are not meeting your own need unfettered fun. Do you now have an understanding of the word fun? It can be defined as anything that connects people to their childlike energy and joy. If it’s been a while since you had some fun, it’s time to reward yourself. Don’t just sit there and indulge yourself in the world worries. Get out of your comfort zone and experience the numerous benefits that play has to offer.

Be Sociable, Share!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *