It is far more difficult to control your emotions. Muscular tension heightens, as a result of which you are more easily inclined to start crying. In pleasant circumstances you don't control of laughter, sometimes even intensify, sometimes even to such an extent that you develop a cramp of your belly and stomach muscles. They get so tightened up that laughing no longer makes you feel comfortable an relaxed. In order to release myself from the discomfort of cramps I have to withdraw from the cosy atmosphere to regain my normal self. I startle when there is an unexpected sound, like the sound of the doorbell, the phone or someone approaching me without hearing or seeing him and starts to speak unexpectedly. When I, for instance, have a cup of coffee in my hand, I cannot control the jerky movements I make and I spill the coffee all over me or the floor.