What do hiccups, crackling ears and stuffy nose mean?

Our body knows best to comfort us out when our environment is best. The stomach begins to make strange sounds our nose begins to clog and your ears hear a peep, all these in public making us feel discomfort. Even if often don’t take these symptoms seriously, our body sends us signals that something is not right inside there.

Therefore we must be very careful and pay attention to any message that our body is trying to send it to us.
The sounds of our body can help us enormously because it is the only way it can communicate when something is wrong. In most cases, the sounds coming from inside the body, most often do not transmit anything serious, but if they are repeated too often, you should seek the opinion of a physician.
Here’s what the body is trying to convey:

Crackling ears
Music played at high volume can trigger a noise our ears that can last long after stop listening, but not need to worry about that. On the other hand, if this happens often it means it can be tinnitus.
Tinnitus can occur after an ear infection. When we hear normally, our ears send signals to the brain immediately, but if the ears are affected due to tinnitus, ears continue to send continuous signals to the brain and thus always get to hear a noise.
If in addition to this noise, you experience dizziness or shoulders sore, it is recommended to ask the opinion of a doctor because it may be a sign that there is a neurological problem.

Joints cracking
If your parents kept telling you that cracking the joints leads to arthritis, you can be sure it’s not just a myth.
Our joints are lubricated by an inside fluid and, when we creak our bones, we hear a little noise. This is not dangerous if you do not feel pain, discomfort or limited movement. If you have at least one of these symptoms this may be the result of an injury.. If the noise is sharp, can be a symptom of osteoarthritis.

Runny nose
Runny nose occurs most often after mucus accumulation which blocks the airways. But sometimes it can be a sign of a cartilage lesion. In this case you should immediately go to a doctor.

Hiccup is very common. There are many ways we can stop hiccup: we drink water, we can hold our breath, eat one teaspoon of sugar, etc. but have you ever wondered what it’s a hiccup?
Any interruption of breathing can produce a spasm of the diaphragm and thus leads to hiccups.
Hiccups can be stopped if we hold our breath for 30 seconds because the amount of carbon dioxide accumulated in the lungs can relax the diaphragm and thus reduce the spasm.
On the other hand, if you have continued hiccups for a period longer than 48 hours, you should go to the doctor because it is not normal. It can be a symptom of a nerve irritation or even of a stroke.

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What do hiccups, crackling ears and stuffy nose mean