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(From McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)Eructation: The ejection of gas or air through the mouth from the stomach.Shyness: Discomfort and partial inhibition of the usual forms of behavior when in the presence of others.Photophobia: Abnormal sensitivity to light. This may occur as a manifestation of EYE DISEASES; MIGRAINE; SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE; MENINGITIS; and other disorders. Photophobia may also occur in association with DEPRESSION and other MENTAL DISORDERS.Suppuration: A pathologic process consisting in the formation of pus.Tooth Eruption: The emergence of a tooth from within its follicle in the ALVEOLAR PROCESS of the MAXILLA or MANDIBLE into the ORAL CAVITY. (Boucher's Clinical Dental Terminology, 4th ed)
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Horsley once recommended their use in curing hiccups, cancer, cholera, and epilepsy. The mineral spa flourished all through the ...
Shaw, Karl (2010). Curing hiccups with small fires : a delightful miscellany of Great British eccentrics. London: Pan. ISBN 978 ...
Shaw, Karl (2009). Curing Hiccups with Small Fires: A Delightful Miscellany of Great British Eccentrics. Pan MacMillan. ISBN ...
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Ig Nobel Prize in Medicine for a 1988 case report detailing the use of digital rectal massage as a cure for persistent hiccups ... Fesmire FM (August 1988). "Termination of intractable hiccups with digital rectal massage". Annals of Emergency Medicine. 17 (8 ...
Hiccups are normally waited out, as any fit of them will usually pass quickly. Folkloric 'cures' for hiccups are common and ... Hiccups may occur individually, or they may occur in bouts. The rhythm of the hiccup, or the time between hiccups, tends to be ... "Why we hiccup". BBC News. 6 February 2003.. *^ Porter, Robert S., ed. (2011). "Hiccups". The Merck Manual Online. Merck Sharp ... Vocal hiccup. References[edit]. *^ Wilkes, Garry (2 August 2007). "Hiccups". eMedicine. Medscape. Retrieved 22 April 2009.. .mw ...
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Sugar curing house, 1762: Sugar pots and jars on sugar plantations served as breeding place for larvae of A. aegypti, the ... hiccups, and delirium.[16][17] ... As for other Flavivirus infections, no cure is known for yellow ...
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Read The Bump guide to newborn and baby hiccups to learn why babies get hiccups, how to get rid of them and what prevention ... Why do babies get hiccups?. How to get rid of baby hiccups. How to prevent baby hiccups ... Why Babies Get Hiccups (and How to Get Rid of Them). Adults get them all the time, but are hiccups in babies normal? Heres the ... How to Get Rid of Baby Hiccups. Even if baby hiccups are almost always harmless, its normal for you to want your child to get ...
Well the hiccups are an involuntary spasm of the diaphragm. Hiccups can range from minutes to years. The hiccups are often ... Have you ever gotten a horrible case of the hiccups. Like a chest throbbing case. ... Another method for curing the hiccups is to drink a cup of water and swallow. Swallowing can take your mind of the hiccups. ... Read this wikihow and try all 44 methods for curing the hiccups.. Thanks for reading and hopefully you do not have the hiccups ...
Hiccups: causes and cures. J Clin Gastroenterol 7: 539- 52. *CrossRef , *PubMed , ... The hiccup is a very common reflex. I propose that hiccups are triggered by the presence of air in the stomach. This stimulates ... The hiccup (or hiccough) is an onomatopoeic name that comes from the sound made by the abrupt closure of the vocal cords ... The hiccup as a burping reflex. Is it possible that the hiccup functions to remove swallowed gas from the stomach - essentially ...
If youre suffering from tummy troubles, Home Remedies for Upset Stomach can offer some cures. ... Dont pig out. Overloading the stomach with food is another cause of hiccups. Some experts theorize that hiccups are your ... Bag those hiccups. The old standby, breathing into a paper bag, is believed to work on the same principle as the breath-holding ... The extra acid can bring on a bout of hiccups.. Drink only in moderation. Like spices, alcoholic beverages can cause a ...
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Ayurvedic cure*Articles Ayurvedic cure Ayurveda Treatment For Hiccup. 12 months ago ... Episode of hiccup lasting for more than two days are termed as persistent hiccup. Very people suffer from episode of hiccup ... Hiccup is characterized by the sharp inspiratory sound produced with the spasm of glottis and diaphragm. Hiccup is caused as a ... In ayurveda, hiccup are classified into five types( Annaja, yamala, shudra, ghambhira and maha hikka). Hiccup is caused due to ...
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... such as Zarontin can cause prolonged and painful hiccups I was wondering if anyone has any intervention ideas. I remember ... Hiccup cures by mspringer Dec 8, 02 Views: 1,853 Comments: 8 * As some meds, such as Zarontin can cause prolonged and painful ... The cause of hiccups, in most cases, is d/t a high oxygen level in the blood, which causes the diaphragm to go into spasms. So ... The scareing certantly doesnt work! I once told a friend of mine to scare me in a few minutes if my hiccups are still here. She ...
A hiccup cure that really works. How far would you go to cure hiccups? Dr Karl puts his finger on a technique that really works ... Dr Fesmire came up with what is still one of the best hiccup cures around. But, before I explain what it is - let me give you a ... Drinking water wont cure your hiccups, but Dr Karl has found a technique that will (Source: mammamaant/iStockphoto) ... The hiccup starts in the spinal cord in what seems to be a hiccup reflex control centre between the third and fifth cervical ...
... hiccups in an AIDS patient. The patient had received intravenous ... American medical doctors report the use of marijuana to cure ... Two American medical doctors report the use of marijuana to cure persistent (intractable) hiccups in an AIDS patient. The ... Eight days after surgery the patient who had not previously smoked marijuana did so with the result that the hiccups stopped. ... Marijuana for intractable hiccups. The Lancet, Vol. 351, January 24, 1998, p. 267 (research letter) ...
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... how to avoid hiccups, how to get rid of hiccups, people with hiccups, way to cure hiccups, what are hiccups, what causes ... Home » way to cure hiccups. 23 Helpful Tips And Tricks On How To Get Rid Of Hiccups. November 30, 2018. By Anne Burwell Leave a ... If youre not worried about how silly youll look or the potential of getting wet, this is a popular cure for the hiccups that ... Even if you really dont feel like getting active, it could be the quickest cure for hiccups that youve ever tried. Spend a ...
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  • No one knows for sure why these episodes happen, however experts know that even infants hiccup and the reflex occurs intermittently throughout life. (webtrading.org)
  • If you notice several of these symptoms and suspect those baby or newborn hiccups may be due to gastroesophageal reflux disease, speak to your pediatrician. (thebump.com)
  • Long-term hiccups that last for hours can be due to some nerve damage or irritation, respiratory conditions, central nervous system disorders due to a tumor or infection, gastrointestinal conditions, metabolic disorders or certain medications. (top10homeremedies.com)
  • I guess somehow the other food in my mouth disrupts the potential nerve irritation so that it doesn't cause a hiccup? (curiouscatblog.net)
  • Some studies say that the phrenic nerves reset themselves following irritation of oesophagus and stops hiccups. (healthupshot.com)
  • You can also use almond butter or Nutella that has the sticky consistency to get rid of your hiccups. (healthupshot.com)
  • However, since your kids health is so important to you if young children get frequent or severe hiccups we suggest you take the child to the doctor for a medical check-up. (webtrading.org)
  • Most often, hiccups occur due to drinking carbonated beverages or excessive alcoholic beverages , overeating , eating too quickly , eating very spicy foods , some kind of excitement or emotional stress , smoking, sudden change in the room temperature and swallowing air while chewing or eating something. (top10homeremedies.com)
  • But how many of us know that a spoonful of peanut butter when putting in mouth and hold it there for 10 seconds before swallowing stops hiccups. (healthupshot.com)
  • For example a bagel sandwich with basil leaves, cheese, fruit and black pepper may contribute to a hiccups attack and indigestion, especially if eaten fast. (webtrading.org)
  • Forgenie adds that it's very common for newborn hiccups to set in after or even during a feeding. (thebump.com)
  • Mild or moderate hiccups are most often a reaction to common digestive disturbances. (webtrading.org)
  • When your infant hiccups, it can sound cute and sweet, but you might be wondering-is it normal? (thebump.com)
  • Generally, if it seems the baby or newborn hiccups are related to overfeeding, belly distention or reflux, "you can help alleviate hiccups by feeding baby smaller amounts more often, and remember to burp baby frequently," says Karen Fratantoni , MD, MPH, a pediatrician at Children's National Health System. (thebump.com)
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