Laughter is considered the best medicine, but as with all medications, over-regulation is a dangerous thing. For most people, the most significant side effect of laughter is a pain in the ribs and possibly some wet underwear, but for some people there is a risk of overdose.
Some people have basic conditions that make their guts dangerous for their health, while others laugh so hard that they forget to breathe. Whatever it was that tickled her funny bones, some people would have done better to keep a straight face. Here are a few things you want to avoid if you do not want to die laughing.
10 A Little Light Entertainment
In 1975, Alex Mitchell saw a surreal British comedy television program The Good Things . This special episode, "Kung Fu Capers", included the three goodies who were trying to learn the British martial art of "Ecky Thump", in which fighters with blood sausage attacked each other.
Although it may not have been a joke Alex Mitchell thought it was hysterical. He thought it was so strange that he had laughed in the cardiac arrest.
It is thought that Mr. Mitchell has suffered from a long QT syndrome, a heart disease that can cause a heart attack when triggered by adrenaline or exertion. His death led to doctors testing other family members, and they found that Mitchell's daughter also had a manageable syndrome.
After death, Alex Mitchell's widow wrote the three goodies to thank her for making her husband's last moments like this 
9 A Night at the Opera
Im In 1782, a certain woman Fitzherbert went to Drury Lane to see a performance of The Beggar's Opera . It is possible that the wife, as the widow of a clergyman, led a more sheltered life. Or maybe she had never seen a pantomime before. Whatever the reason, the appearance of a man on the train caused Mrs. Fitzherbert to break out into an uncontrollable fit of laughter. Since this behavior was discouraged in the opera, she hastily left her seat and went outside, whereupon the hysteric stopped.
According to The Gentleman's Magazine (not at all the same as men's magazine), Mrs. Fitzherbert was "unable to banish the figure from her memory, was in a fit of hysteria which continued uninterrupted until Friday morning when it expired. " 
8 The Company Of Friends
In 1893, Wesley Parsons enjoyed a convivial dinner with friends. Although his exact age is unknown, he is termed "aged." The old farmer from Indiana shared a meal, a drink and a joke. We are not sure if the food was good, but it is likely that the drink was abundant as Wesley Parsons laughed at his own joke while trying to amuse his guests.
According to reports, he was "caught with a spell of laughter that could not stop. He laughed for an hour when he started to swallow, and two hours later he died of exhaustion. " 
Although death was recorded, the joke was not the case. Maybe it's just fine. Such a powerful joke could be dangerous in the wrong hands.
7 Fine Art
Zeuxis was one of the most famous painters of ancient Greece. Although it is assumed that none of his works has survived, he is said to have specialized in the painting of individual figures, especially the gods. Descriptions of these works, such as Zeus, surrounded by other deities or eros crowned with roses, have been preserved.
He is said to have died after painting a picture, allegedly by Aphrodite, whom he portrayed as an ugly old woman. When he finished the picture, the ridiculousness of the old witch tickled him under his brush, the goddess of love and beauty, so much so that he laughed more every time he looked at the painting until he finally collapsed and died ,  The idea of the last hours of the Zeuxis seems to have a catch among the painters. The artist Aert de Gelder painted himself in 1685 as Zeuxis and Rembrandt Laughing Self-portrait should also be a reference to his ancient Greek predecessor.  6 Beasts of the Load
Donkeys are not usually considered particularly funny. Stupid, yes, but funny?
The Stoic philosopher Chrysippus would not agree. Chrysippus was usually a serious man. He dealt with topics such as metaphysical theory, materialistic ontology, freedom, and determinism, all of which sound rather heavy.
Maybe he had had a hard day chasing a donkey eating its figs.  After While watching this scene for a while, he shouted, "Now give the donkey a clean wine to wash down the figs!"
The joke of the Philosphären entertained him so much that he fell laughing to the ground and soon foamed at the mouth. It is believed that he died of laughter-induced syncope, which can lead to tissue death in the brain and lead to muscle weakness, loss of consciousness and death.
5 A King
Thomas Urquhart, born in 1611, was an unusual man. The opinions about it are still divided, whether he was a rogue or a cheater or just crazy. He was a gifted scholar who attended university at the age of 11. He fought for King Charles I and was knighted for his efforts. He fought again for Charles II and was arrested in his defeat by Oliver Cromwell in the Tower of London.
He claimed he could trace his lineage back to Adam and Eve and that it was his ancestor who had found Moses in the town rushing He also claimed to be with the Queen of Sheba, who lived in disguise in Ireland Fergus of Scotland (who probably never existed) and being related to King Arthur (who definitely was not). Oliver Cromwell held him captive for a long time, but eventually decided that Urquhart was probably crazy and definitely harmless and let him go. In 1660, Urquhart learned that Cromwell had been overthrown and that King Charles II would return to the throne, and broke into an excessive laugh. He died and died.  4 Sweet Dreams
Dreaming is not usually a dangerous pastime. Even nightmares can not really hurt us. However, for Damnoen Saen-um from Thailand his dreams, though sweet, were his death.
According to his wife, the ice cream truck driver suddenly started laughing in his sleep for two minutes in 2003, and he laughed so hard that his wife got worried and tried to wake him up. However, Damnoen did not wake up and only laughed until he suddenly stopped breathing.
Although the cause of death is not clear, it is believed that the laughter triggered a heart attack. 
3 A Journey to the Movies
In 1989, the Danish doctor Ole Bentzen, who, it is believed, was perfectly healthy, went to the movies. The movie he wanted to select was A Fish Called Wanda a Monty-Python-like surreal comedy starring Jamie Lee Curtis and a couple of original pythons.
When he reached the scene where Kevin Kline is pushing a couple of fries into Michael Palin's nose, he started to laugh.  Obviously it reminded him of the time when his whole family put cauliflower in his nose while he sat around the dining table. (Does not every family do that?)
It is claimed that his heart rate has risen to 250 to 500 beats per minute, and Bentzen has had a heart attack. His assistant, who had accompanied him, said, "I was shocked to hear him laugh like that," possibly because speaking in the cinema is disapproved or because he was dead.
2 Reading The Paper
They say inflation is a murderer. For Arthur Cobcroft from Sydney, Australia, it was certainly the case. The 54-year-old dog trainer came across a five-year newspaper in 1920 and compared the prices of goods in the newspaper with the current prices, when he suddenly burst out laughing.
He made a comment to him wife about the ridiculous prices, and his laugh became more uncontrollable. He soon realized that he could not stop himself and eventually collapsed and died. Cause of death was registered as heart failure due to excessive laughter. 
1 Animal Cruelty
It is believed that King Martin of Aragon is the only king who has ever laughed to death. He had just eaten a whole goose and understandably suffered from a degree of bloating and indigestion. He retreated to his bedroom, and to distract himself from his discomfort, called to his jester.
It may be that the jester declined to visit a clumsy king in his bedroom. We know the fool took some time to respond to the load, and when the king finally arrived, he wanted to know where he had been. The fool answered, "In the next vineyard, where I saw a young deer hanging from a tail on a tree, as if someone had punished him for stealing figs."
The fool apparently knew his audience. The king thought it so funny that, despite the discomfort of his indigestion, he laughed uncontrollably at the joke for three hours. Finally he fell laughing from his bed. When he hit the ground, he was dead.