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  1. I do not know what will happen if I laugh for more than an hour, but I lie down and laugh for 45 minutes over a kolobak. I do not know why, I have her tantrum, I just laugh, my teeth, throat, lips, cheeks are tired, but I still laugh. I know I look like a nut at this point, but I still find it funny. 🤣 🤣

  2. There have been cases of aortic dissection from strong and uncontrollable laughter. Aortic dissection is damage to the vessel lining (intima), blood from damaged vessels rushes under it and thereby delaminating the walls and violating the integrity of the aorta. Such a disease occurs most often in men at a more mature age. You don't need to go far for examples. We all know an ancient Greek who gave a donkey wine to drink and watched the intoxicated animal try to eat figs. In the process of contemplating such a funny sight, Chrissip had an uncontrollable fit of laughter, which led to the notorious aortic dissection. Also, strong and prolonged laughter can trigger a heart attack. The victim of such an atypical death from laughter was a 50-year – old resident of the United Kingdom, in 1975, Mr. Mitchell watched the TV show Goodies, laughing without stopping for more than 40 minutes, which led to cardiac arrest. You can sum up some semblance of the result, if you are over 50, you have heart problems,blood pressure, or there are any pathological diseases of the heart and blood vessels, you should refrain from drinking donkeys and excessive viewing of satire figures.

  3. Except, perhaps, a slight depression of the emotional state associated with bringing the psycho-emotional level into a state of balance. But there are a lot of positive effects on the body from prolonged laughter.

    So what happens if you laugh for a long time? Prolonged laughter can actually burn calories, because during laughter, a person has about 80 different muscles working. When laughing, respiratory processes improve, blood supply to tissues and organs increases, and the body's immunity increases. Some experts believe that frequent and prolonged laughter can prevent heart attacks and strokes in people suffering from diseases of the cardiovascular system.

    Among other things, people who laugh a lot and often, it is much easier to tolerate all sorts of life worries and difficulties, because the positive emotions received during laughter have a beneficial effect on the stability of the nervous system.

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