Symptoms, conditions and causes

We know the triggers for hiccups, but what is the underlying cause?

But but the answer to the question is too much oxygen, not enough CO2. Now, you're probably going, what? How can that be too much oxygen? Well, think about what triggers a hiccup. You're laughing excessively or you have this stress and you're breathing too much or something or you might be getting really excited about something and you get too much oxygen in relationship to CO2 causes you cause the cells. The red blood cells not to be able to release that oxygen, it needs CO2 believe it or not, and that's interesting.

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