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Why can't I breathe when I laugh?

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Jane Reichert

Neurophysiology indicates that laughter is linked with the activation of the ventromedial prefrontal cortex, that produces endorphins. You are pushing air out of your lungs when you laugh. This is why it is hard to breathe.

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Why can't I breathe when I laugh?

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