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I have trouble sleeping at times, and realise that when I am behind on my sleep I begin to giggle often. I giggle and laugh at things that aren't normally funny. Is there a reason for this?
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I am just guessing here, but perhaps as a person becomes tired or fatigued, their breathing rate lowers as well as overall oxygen intake. Maybe this can result in a mild form of hypoxia.
Lack of oxygen to the brain may cause one to behave in a silly manner.
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