Hiccups - "someone remembers you." This is usually how we react to a harmless breathing disorder. But it turns out that not everything is so simple and not always safe. Women should be especially attentive to their hiccups.
What is hiccups?
The dictionary defines: "non-specific violation of the function of external respiration as a result of a series of convulsive jerky contractions of the diaphragm." And most often these are really harmless and to some extent funny movements. However, if you don't want "remembered" to become "eternal memory", remember this information.
How do you know if today's hiccups are a symptom?
- Does it hurt too much to hiccup?
- Hiccups don't last long?
- Hiccups unusually harsh?
- Do you feel chest pain?
- Are parts of your body going numb?
- Missed vision?
If this is the case, then no matter how embarrassing you may feel because of such a seemingly trifle, contact the specialists immediately. If it's a stroke, you have three to six hours during which the medication will be most effective.