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  • Hiccup - Wikipedia

    A hiccup (/ ˈ h ɪ k ə p ˌ ˈ h ɪ k ʌ p / HIK-əp, HIK-up; also spelled hiccough) is an involuntary contraction (myoclonic jerk) of the diaphragm that may repeat ...

  • How to Get Rid of Hiccups: Causes, In Babies, and Remedies

    Hiccups are involuntary contractions of the diaphragm. The can be caused by medications, certain foods, surgery, strokes, brain tumors, and noxious fumes. There are a ...

  • Hiccups-Topic Overview - WebMD

    What are hiccups? Hiccups occur when a spasm contracts the diaphragm, a large sheet of muscle that separates the chest cavity from the abdominal cavity.

  • Hiccups - Mayo Clinic

    Comprehensive overview covers causes, treatment and self-care for hiccups.

  • Hiccups: Click for Causes, Home Remedies and Treatment

    Information about hiccups causes like eating too fast, drinking to much, medications, and medical conditions. There are a variety of home remedies to get rid of the ...

  • Hiccups Symptoms, Treatment, Causes - Why do we hiccup ...

    Hiccups (also spelled hiccough) are sudden, involuntary contractions (spasms) of the diaphragm muscle. When the muscle spasms, the vocal cords snap shut, producing ...

  • Hiccups - NHS Choices

    Hiccups occur when the diaphragm suddenly and involuntarily contracts (tightens), resulting in a hiccup sound being produced at the top of the windpipe.

  • 13 Techniques to Cure the Hiccups | HowStuffWorks

    The list of 13 techniques to cure the hiccups include age-old favorites like drinking water and holding your breath. See how to cure the hiccups.

  • Hiccups: Practice Essentials, Background, Pathophysiology

    Brief episodes of hiccups are a common part of life; however, prolonged attacks are a more serious phenomenon and have been associated with significant ...

  • Hiccups (Hiccoughs). How to stop hiccups. Hiccups causes ...

    Persistent hiccups lasting for more than 48 hours. Persistent hiccups are rare. In some cases, persistent hiccups are caused by an underlying disease.

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