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    Hi. Last night I was talking to a friend and we started laughing about soemthing. For some reason I did a different laugh and laughed even harder because of that, and genuinely couldn't breathe. For some reason I did about 6 different laughs and I couldn't breathe or stop laughing and I started to feel dizzy. It was genuinely on the point of manic laughing. I was wondering if this was an anxiety attack or something along those lines. I felt dizzy afterwards for about an hour and couldn't breathe.
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    you should breathe into a paper bag when this happens... your gases have become unbalanced; this simple weird trick will help your Carbon Dioxide to build up to a good level.

    *do not use a plastic bag*
 
 
 
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