Have you ever been unable to stop laughing? What was your most embarrassing outburst? Surely, there are people out there who have either seen or experienced uncontrollable laughter and that too out of context. Have you ever seen someone having a laughter outburst in the middle of a funeral? You, like all other attendees might have felt like throwing him out. But have you ever given way to the possibility that he might not be doing it on purpose. The person can even die as a result of these uncontrolled outbreaks. In case of sad demise, the family of the victim can hire truck accident attorney or wrongful death attorney, but what to do when the culprit is laughter.Let us get to some real life incidents to make you understand the causes of such outbursts. There was an incident in which a young pilot broke into laughing uncontrollably in the middle of a flight. His hysteric laughing was such that it even endangered the flight. The event occurred in 1997 when it was discovered that he was suffering from a rare form of epileptic episode known as gelastic seizure. As it shows, uncontrolled laughter is a symptom of gelastic seizure.Now, science has proved that ill-timed outbursts can have various medical conditions. These include; multiple sclerosis, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease or other brain disorders that mainly hampers communication between different parts of the brain. Such a victim may or may not suffer from this involuntary emotional expression disorder.It might also interest you to know that all laughter is unconscious. You cannot choose to burst into laughter the way you choose to speak. An incident of the 1962 revealed the same thing. A group of school girls from Tanzania started laughing. When other girls heard and saw their laughter, they started laughing too. Surprisingly, the entire school started giggling uncontrollably. As a result the school was dismissed. What’s more shocking is the fact that this epidemic of uncontrolled laughter continued for six months.Scientists and neurologists agree that laughter and even crying is not completely under our control, no matter how much we think they are. They further point out that the human brain is a complex set of interconnected structures with sensitive wiring. If humans ever thought that they can completely control this system, then they were surely mistaken.We all know that nerve communication in our body is the reason why different organs function without us knowing about it or having any control over it. Likewise, the sight of someone falling can trigger laughter before you realize it was a mistake. What’s more embarrassing is when the person registers your untimely laughter.In reality humor appears to be a mystery, at least the way it affects the human brain. People may think laughing at a joke is natural; however, doing so at a funeral is not ok. One act is socially acceptable while the other is not. Still, both are equally capable of triggering laughter while humans are powerless to control it.