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Many conditions are associated with hiccups, but none has been shown to be the cause of hiccups.
If a person eats too fast, he or she can swallow air along with food and end up with the hiccups.
Any other practices that might irritate the diaphragm such as eating too much (especially fatty foods) or drinking too much (alcohol or carbonated drinks) can make a person prone to having hiccups..emotions, such as stress
, fear or excitement can also cause..
There are a number of things you can try yourself initially that may help to stop your hiccups. These include:
holding your breath for a short period
biting on a lemon
swallowing granulated sugar
breathing into a paper bag (never place a bag over your head)
pulling your knees up to your chest
leaning forward to compress your chest
IF EVERYTHING FAILS...
Oral: 25 to 50 mg 3 to 4 times a day...you will feel better...regards..