people find it unpleasant, being tickled often causes heavy laughter, thought to be an (often uncontrollable) reflex of the body. The United States of America is a country united not by a set of religious beliefs, a common ethnic background, or even a monarchical family, but rather, a shared appreciation for freedom, specifically the freedom to live ones life. Laughter is the best medicine in uniting people with differing views of life. "MarijuaNO." Or if puns aren't your thing, "Fight Back the Crack." Or perhaps "No Excuse for Substance Abuse"? Why Laughter Feels So Good 13 September 2011 New York Times science section. A propaganda" like Brave the wind and the waves, everything has remarkable abilities could be shortened to a title like: Brave the wind and the waves: False Promises by Maos The Great Leap Forward. 0 Likes 0 comment 7 views General October 7, 2018.
Excessive laughter can lead to cataplexy, and unpleasant laughter spells, excessive elation, and fits of laughter can all be considered negative aspects of laughter. Other cardioprotective properties of nitric oxide include reduction of inflammation and decreased platelet aggregation. 'Twas thus I thought, an hour ago, Even weeping o'er that wretch's woe; One. Oh - to have such laughter again!
23 Working with recorded interactions, researchers have created detailed transcripts that indicate not only the presence of laughter but also features of its production and placement. Laughter can also be brought on by tickling. Laughter can be a very private thing - an inward smile you keep to yourself. 0 Likes views Research March 7, 2017. Henri Bergson, Le Rire, Avant-Propos on Wikisource (in French) Bergson, Henri. Jokes are a wonderful way to brighten up your day. 8, for example, an essay on Shakespearean comedy may" A Midsummer Nights Dream, where a character named Theseus professes his love to his betrothed, the Amazonian queen Hippolyta. Friedrich Nietzsche, by contrast, suggested laughter to be a reaction to the sense of existential loneliness and mortality that only humans feel. Camazine, Deneubourg, Franks, Sneyd, Theraulaz, Bonabeau, Self-Organization in Biological Systems, Princeton University Press, 2003. Chapman, Antony.; Foot, Hugh.; Derks, Peter (editors Humor and Laughter: Theory, Research, and Applications, Transaction Publishers, 1996.