I’ve been telling you about the benefits of laughter and humor as an important component to living a Low Density Lifestyle, and how there are Laughter Yoga clubs all around the world to spread the good cheer everywhere.
But let’s face it: is it really a good thing for people to be full of laughter and good cheer all the time?
I mean, how many of us were berated by teachers when we were growing up for being too perky and bubbly? And how many of us were told the infamous line by a teacher or even parent: “Wipe that smile off your face.”
Well, isn’t there a good reason that we were taught this important fact of life? Absolutely!
We can’t be happy and cheery all the time! It would be insufferable for everyone.
And now, thanks to the good folks at Pfizer, there’s a new drug to treat this condition. It’s the first-ever depressant medication to come on the market, and it goes by the name of Despondex.
It’s a drug for the annoyingly cheerful.
Watch the above news report to learn more about it.
And then ask your doctor if Despondex is right for you – it just might be.
And ignore the critics who say we don’t need drugs for this type of treatment, that there are natural ways to snap out of a good mood, such as eating high fructose corn syrup and white bread.