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Timeline: What If You Can't Stop Hiccupping

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Hiccups happen when your diaphragm contracts involuntarily, which is also known as a spasm. The diaphragm is a muscle that helps you breathe. It’s located between your chest and your abdomen. After the involuntary contraction, your vocal cords will rapidly shut. This is what causes the sound that comes with hiccups. For most people, hiccups usually last a few minutes and are not a medical concern. However, if your hiccups last longer than two days, they’re considered chronic. Let's say someone has a very bad condition of chronic hiccups that doesn't let him pass a minute without hiccuping. What will happen to his chest and throat? how difficult is it to live with such a condition? DISCLAIMER: This Timeline/Comparison is based on public data, surveys, public comments & discussions and approximate estimations that might be subjected to some degree of error. Subscribe to Infinite Comparison for more comparison/timeline videos. Icons:
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