Laughter is the best medicine for so many things. Things that weigh us down can be seen and understood more clearly after we've had a good laugh. The release we experience is a natural response to the action of laughter.
Although humor is subjective, there are some universal touch points that almost invariably elicit a chuckle from the most reserved. This can be grown into an unbridled guffaw that could be side-splitting and tear-jerking. There is a real experience of laughing until you cry. If you haven't cried from laughing you're missing an entirely more profound and healthful level of release.
Some people just work too hard to get a laugh, when all they need to do is just pay attention. We are all funny. Our bodies provide a wealth of material for us to be entertained at any time we need it. The initial release may be difficult in our more dire times. But, once we get going, there is just no stopping until we're done.
Every person from every segment of society, every social and economic class, and every level of physical beauty has at least one thing in common: they all pass gas. Girls and boys, men and women, old and young, beautiful and more beautiful. Nobody is excluded and most people break wind at least 10-20 times a day.