As soon as I start eating, I get hiccups why?











As soon as I start eating I get hiccups why







Well everything has its own rules and regulations as well as



 manners. If you are at your own home you will have to



 behave different and with respect with your parents and if 



you are at your friends home your behavior will still be



 different. Same is when you go to school there are other 



rules and regulations and manners to how things should be



 done. Same is with the eating habit. You have to know how



 you should eat and why it should in this way and not the 



other way.

 

 







The main reason of why you get hiccups as soon as you 



start eating is because of how you eat. If you start eating 



very fast and take big bites you are not only taking or



 consuming in food you are also swallowing air with food 



which can result in sudden hiccups. Other reason includes



 fast eating of spicy foods or consuming to much liquid



 beverages like alcohol or any other juice with fast speed will



 result in the distend of stomach and can cause irritation in



 stomach which will result in the irritation of the diaphragm 



and causing the sudden hiccups which you often experience



 while eating food.

 













Why do I get hiccups when I eat bread?













Why do I get hiccups when I eat bread












The main reason of why you get hiccups is when your



 stomach gets distended and causes irritation in your



 diaphragm which results in the sudden hiccups. So when 



you are eating bread and you experience hiccups this is



 because you are trying to swallow big pieces of bread as well



 as air while eating bread which causes irritation and distention



 of stomach and disturbing the diaphragm which ultimately



 causes sudden hiccups while eating bread. So eat it slowly



 and enjoy and don’t eat food quickly.

 













Are hiccups a sign of gluten intolerance?












Are hiccups a sign of gluten intolerance








Well hiccups can be one of the sign of gluten intolerance



 however this one sign cannot decide that you are suffering



 from gluten intolerance. Other sign includes coeliac disease.



 The world’s bigger populations which are suffering from this



 gluten intolerance are from the land of kangaroos which



 means Australians. It is not exactly known that what will is



 causing this in Australians but this is not a serious issue and



 besides it is easily identifiable and manageable so no need 



to worry about this as it’s not an issue which will cause severe



 health problems.














Can certain foods cause hiccups?











Can certain foods cause hiccups








No it is not the foods that cause hiccups it is caused by the



 way you eat the food. I will give you two examples so you 



can understand the concept very easily. So when you are



 eating bread and you experience hiccups this is because 



you are trying to swallow big pieces of bread as well as air



 while eating bread which causes irritation and distention of



 stomach and disturbing the diaphragm which ultimately



 causes sudden hiccups while eating bread. So eat it slowly



 and enjoy and don’t eat food quickly. The main reason of why



 you get hiccups as soon as you start eating is because of 



how you eat. If you start eating very fast and take big bites 



you are not only taking or consuming in food you are also



 swallowing air with food which can result in sudden hiccups.



 Other reason includes fast eating of spicy foods or consuming



 to much liquid beverages like alcohol or any other juice with



 fast speed will result in the distend of stomach and can 



cause irritation in stomach which will result in the irritation of



 the diaphragm and causing the sudden hiccups which you



 often experience while eating food.

 

 

 

 









Why do starchy foods give me hiccups?

 










Why do starchy foods give me hiccups_








Well the main reason of why starchy food gives you hiccups



 like potatoes is because of the resistant starchy foods. For



 example when you eat potatoes cold then you might



 experience hiccups.

 








 

Can hiccups be a sign of something serious?

 









Can hiccups be a sign of something serious









Well that depends totally on why are you having the hiccups



 if you experiencing them while eating then the cause is not



 the food instead the cause is the your method of eating.



 Because if you eat too fast than you will experience the



 hiccups as you are eating the food in big bites along with



 the air which will irritate your stomach. For example when 



you are eating bread and you experience hiccups this is



 because you are trying to swallow big pieces of bread as well



 as air while eating bread which causes irritation and distention



 of stomach and disturbing the diaphragm which ultimately



 causes sudden hiccups while eating bread. So eat it slowly



 and enjoy and don’t eat food quickly.













Can you become gluten intolerant later in life?

 













Can you become gluten intolerant later in life








Well this is all the game of the genes and it depends upon 



the person’s genetic factors. You can develop genetic gluten



 intolerance as you age. Some of the people feel this condition



 when they are younger and some feel when they become



 older.

 

 








 

What does gluten attack feel like?

 
















What does gluten attack feel like










The most prominent effect of gluten attack will be experienced



 on abdomen of people. Most of the people approximately



 90% of people feel abdominal pain. So in short abdominal



 pain is the main symptom of gluten attack and it’s not a



 normal abdominal pain it’s severe.

 

 











How long does it take for gluten to leave the body?

 












How long does it take for gluten to leave the body









Well it’s a long process and gluten does not take few to days



 to leave the body. You need up to three months for gluten to



 leave the body. And you will require up to 6 months so that



 your small intestine will return to normal and perform its



 routine tasks with full health.

 

 











 

 

What happens to your body when you go gluten free?

 

 











What happens to your body when you go gluten free












Well it will be a big disaster when your body goes completely



 gluten free. Because it damages your small intestine very



 badly. It damages it to such an extent that your lactase



 creation just stops in your body and you start to loose



 enzymes too so in result you lose the enzymes that process



 sugar in your body. So in short it’s not a good feeling trust me.









 

 

 

How long after cutting out gluten will I feel better?

 











How long after cutting out gluten will I feel better










Well it’s a long process and gluten does not take few to days



 to leave the body. You need up to three months for gluten to



 leave the body. And you will require up to 6 months so that



 your small intestine will return to normal and perform its



 routine tasks with full health. So you require at least 6 months




 returning to normal and full health.













I hope you like this post and if you have any questions about




 this you can ask me in the comment section without any




 hesitation. I will try my best to respond to every query.






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