Hiccups

Hiccups are generally caused by overstimulation of the nerves connecting the diaphragm muscle and brain due to anything from eating too fast to laughing or coughing. While most cases of the hiccups are simply annoying, more serious or recurring cases can be hints that something else is wrong— so be wary! Learn more about hiccups here:

Most everyone gets hiccups for one reason or another, those annoying, involuntary fits that make it difficult to carry on a conversation. And while their true cause varies widely from person to person, the cures for hiccups are even more diverse.

Most everyone gets hiccups for one reason or another, those annoying, involuntary fits that make it difficult to carry on a conversation. And while their true cause varies widely from person to person, the cures for hiccups are even more diverse.