When was the last time you really laughed out loud and enjoyed it? You know, that kind of laughter that makes it really hard to breathe. Maybe you were even drooling and probably embarrassed yourself. There's no judging here, why many people will probably envy you for laughing, others might think you're crazy.
Today we'll be talking about inappropriate laughter, before we dive into that, quickly feast your eyes on these funny photos and have a good laugh.
Inappropriate laughter is laughter that occurs in situations where laughing is unacceptable. Cultural and social factors can influence whether laughter is inappropriate, because laughter in certain contexts may be acceptable to some but not to others.
While inappropriate laughter isn't always a cause for concern, it can sometimes be a sign of a medical problem. People with various medical conditions such as autism spectrum disorders, schizophrenia, and anxiety can laugh at inappropriate times. Even without a diagnosis, some people can laugh when they experience emotions other than humor, such as fear or humiliation.
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Nervous laughter: Some people can laugh nervously in uncomfortable situations. This laughter is difficult to control and the person realizes that their laughter is inappropriate.
Neurodivergent Emotions: Some people who laugh inappropriately experience different emotions than neurotypical people, making them feel happy or have a sense of humor when others don't. For example, a person with schizophrenia may laugh at something that others find unfunny or a hallucination.
Uncontrollable laughing or crying: People with pseudobulbar affect may experience periods of uncontrollable laughing and uncontrollable crying. They usually realize that this expression is inappropriate but may not be able to control it.
Fear of laughing: People who laugh inappropriately may continue to laugh or laugh at other times, which affects their social relationships. Sometimes this fear provokes even more inappropriate laughter.Dealing with social situations
Telling others about inappropriate laughter can help remove stigma and make a person feel insecure or uncomfortable, especially in small circles of acquaintances. Some other strategies to try are Trusted Sources:
Take deep breaths to reduce anxiety and control laughter
relaxation of tense muscles
Changing body position when the upcoming episode is felt
Take a break from the environment to go to the bathroom or take a walk outside
Use distraction techniques like B. think about something else or count nearby objects
Try not to think about laughing because it can increase anxiety
Source: Medical News Today
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