I can t stop hiccuping

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I cant STOP hiccuping! by Lauren Child

That irresistible comic duo are here again! This time Lola is practising her song that she has to sing with her friend Lotta at the school concert.

They begin singing, The spring is here, the cold has fled ... and then they begin giggling until Lola suddenly develops the hiccups. Later in the art class she begins hiccupping again and it causes her brush to fly across the paper, so much so that Arnold doesnt recognise what she has painted.

At breaktime Lola is still hiccupping so Charlie has an idea and Marv jumps out of nowhere shouting BOO! Lola has a fright but it does stop her hiccups.

Back in class Lola starts hiccupping again so at lunchtime everyone offers ideas to stop her from doing so. She tries rubbing her tummy, patting her head, drinking from the wrong side of a cup, saying AAHHH for as long as she can and finally lying on her back and wiggling her legs in the air, which finally works.

But later Lola and Lotta are having their snack and the hiccups return. At first they were funny. But I dont want to have them ANY MORE, says Lola. So Charlie comes up with an ingenious way of stopping them for her.

It works for a while but then, giggle, giggle, HIC. I must get Charlie, says Lola and she does so. He works an even better way of stopping her hiccups but it leads to a problem for himself I wonder if you can guess what it is?
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I CAN'T STOP HICCUPING! - Onyx Kids

Hiccups are simply involuntary muscle spasms of the diaphragm muscle.
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How to Get Rid of Hiccups (Works EVERY time!)

Hiccups are repetitive, uncontrollable contractions of the diaphragm muscle. Your diaphragm is the muscle just below your lungs. It marks the boundary between your chest and abdomen. The diaphragm regulates breathing. When your diaphragm contracts, your lungs take in oxygen. When your diaphragm relaxes, your lungs release carbon dioxide.

Back to Health A to Z. Most people get hiccups sometimes.
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What are hiccups and what causes them?

For full functionality, it is necessary to enable JavaScript. - Hiccups are caused by involuntary contractions of your diaphragm the muscle that separates your chest from your abdomen and plays an important role in breathing. This involuntary contraction causes your vocal cords to close very briefly, which produces the characteristic sound of a hiccup.

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