Do you have hiccups, ringing ears, popping joints and a whistling nose?
Well stick around to know what these conditions mean to your health.
1. Persistent hiccups
When our diaphragm spasms due to an interruption in our breathing it leads to hiccups. Your diaphragm is regulated by vagus and phrenic nerves which can be stimulated by our stomach after a meal, medications and even excitement leading to hiccups.
Just hold your breath for a while the build-up of carbon dioxide in your lungs will make the diaphragm relax and stop the hiccups.
If you have hiccups for more than 48 hours you should see your doctor especially if it is accompanied by shortness of breath or pain it could be a symptom of stroke.
2. Having popping joints?
Having popping joints is normal in most cases. Your joints are lubricated by a fluid when the fluid is depleted then you could have arthritis. Where your popping of joints is accompanied by a grinding then it could be an early sign of osteoarthritis.
3. A ringing of your ears
The ear sends sound to the brain, but when you have a continuous vibration or faint sound from the ears to the brain then it could be a sign of tinnitus. This ailment could be caused by an infection, aging or some sort of damage to your ears. If this ringing sound comes with vertigo or pain it could be a sign of neurological problems visit your doctor immediately.
4. Do you have a whistling nose?
Excess mucus build-up in your nasal cavity is responsible for a whistling nose.
Having some sort of trauma to your nose your cartilage could be damaged and will lead to a persistent whistling of your nose, see your doctor immediately as you may require surgery to rectify the problem.
Experiencing noises in your body maybe harmless however if you notice other signs other than the sounds it may be an indication of a much bothersome ailment.