- I am not able to control myself from laugh.
- I am not able to control myself from laughing.
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I would say
I can't control my laughter
I can't stop myself (from) laughing
I can't stop laughing
"I am not able to" is OK", but "I am unable to" or "I cannot" is probably more natural. However, in ordinary conversation or informal writing we would use "I can't".
stop verb (FINISH) [ I or T ] to finish doing something that you were doing: [...] [ + -ing verb ] Stop shouting - you're giving me a headache!
stop verb (PREVENT) [ T ] to prevent someone from doing something: [...] [ + -ing verb ] They've put barriers up to stop people (from) getting through.
control verb [ T ] to order, limit, or rule something, or someone's actions or behaviour