On the laughter perspective, why people laugh and how laughter creates healthy optimism.
Laughter is one of human life’s essential aspects. The biology or brain activity involved in laughter and the associated emotions or expressions that accompany laughter will be considered by a psychological laughter theory. Why do some laugh more frequently than others? Why are some people just giggling while others are laughing loudly or heartily? It may be difficult or even odd for some people with more active self-control to laugh too loudly. Some people may find it very pleasant to make others laugh while others like to laugh when others make them laugh.
Laughter is essentially healthy and health experts recommend laughing exercises because the respiratory system gets a boost when facial muscles are exercised, the brain and heart also benefit from the exercise, and the optimism level created in your mind is essentially translated into physical well-being. So, it creates optimism when you laugh and you feel happy and healthy emotionally. When you can laugh and this creates a healthy emotional cycle.
Laughter is not a positive emotion in itself, but an expression that facilitates positive emotions, and positive emotions also cause laughter. You tickle or dangle toys when babies weep so they immediately forget about the negative emotion and start laughing and feel good. So, laughter is just as important in life as we express our happiness with laughter. Babies are more innocent and after bouts of crying will express their happiness quickly. Adults are a little more controlled and calculating, by laughing after depressive bouts or periods of sadness they may not express their happiness or positive emotions.
Some of the psychologists need to develop questions (and answers) are: Why do people laugh? What are laughter’s brain mechanisms or brain activities? Why are some people laughing out loud and others being controlled more? What are laughter’s health benefits? How does the body react to laughter? Why do some people laugh while others are happy when others make them laugh?
Laughter has a complex dynamic of psychology. You may love to laugh or make others laugh, and comedians are people who like to keep their audience in control, so they fascinate and animate people with jokes around them. You have power and control over their emotions when you can make other people laugh, so laughter isn’t as simple as it seems. It involves a psychological dynamic which is significantly complex.
Think of comedians like Seinfeld or Charlie Chaplin. They have intense psychological control over their audience, and power is this type of control. Making others laugh will ultimately give you a sense of power, though comedians will make others laugh because through their jokes they release their energetic wits. Energy wit is creative expression and some people have to create jokes and engage their audience in laughing fits.