Laughter regulates breathing in the most effective way. It is fast and easy and shows instant effect. After a great laugh, you can feel your heart rate increasing as well as respiratory rate and oxygen consumption. Laughter removes the residual air from the lungs and makes space for fresh air that is oxygen-rich. You can breathe deeper and better. Laughing can have a positive impact on respiratory health and is like a free-of-cost medication for people who have asthma.
People also tend to join Laughter Yoga clubs to develop a habit of laughing under stressful circumstances. The clubs make people laugh loudly and heartily. Such practices allow people to laugh when they’re angry, stressed, and feeling low.