HEALTH TIPS: Do your Body make Weird Noises - Wheezing with coughing

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  • HEALTH TIPS: Do your Body make Weird Noises - Wheezing with coughing

    A Wheezing sound is a kind of a whistle sound coming from chest; it may be in form of Cough. If this sounds familiar, you could have asthma. Allergens inflame the airway, squeezing the muscles around it and leaving you short of breath. If you experience coughing and wheezing only at the gym, you may have exercise-induced asthma. See a doctor whenever you experience coughing and wheezing together, or if you have a cough that lasts for more than four weeks or wakes you up at night. These could be other silent signs of acid reflux you're ignoring.

  • Whistling in your nose

    Whistling in your nose

    If you’d rather not whistle while you work, a squeaky nose can be a major annoyance. It is typically a sign of airflow obstruction, which may mean excess mucus is covering the nasal passages. A cold or allergies can help clear out the gunk. See a doctor if you experience whistling after nasal trauma. It could be a tear in the cartilage between the nostrils, which is usually repairable.

  • Hiccups


    Eating too quickly, drinking too much alcohol, or taking certain medications have been associated with hiccups, though the exact cause is still unclear. When the diaphragm contracts involuntarily, the top of your windpipe closes immediately, causing the common hiccup noise unlike other uncontrollable reflexes such as sneezing or coughing, there is no clear, useful purpose for hiccups. Short bouts are harmless, but persistent hiccups that last for more than 48 hours should be evaluated. This could be a sign of an underlying medical condition.

  • Ringing sounds

    Ringing sounds

    Nearly everyone experiences ringing ears, at some point in their life. Infections, very loud noise, and aging can damage hair cells in the ear, causing the cochlea to send signals to the brain even when sound is not present. The issue typically resolves itself, but if a phantom sound lasts more than two days or you also experience pain, see a doctor, who may test you for infection or neurological issues.

  • Popping shoulder

    Popping shoulder

    If reaching for the top cabinet causes a loud pop, you may have an inflamed shoulder joint. Repetitive overhead movements, like dusting high shelves, can lead to inflammation in the bursa between the rotator cuff tendons and the shoulder blade tip, resulting in a pop. The sound usually disappears by itself. Pain with popping, however, could indicate a tear in the cartilage along the shoulder socket in this case; see an orthopaedist as soon as possible.

  • Gut rumbling

    Gut rumbling

    This is really odd, gurgling sound you hear after dinner is air and fluid moving through the digestive tract. If you hear grumbling on an empty stomach, your gut may be cleaning out leftover bits of food and fluid, when you’re hungry, the brain sends a signal to the intestines that stimulates the same action. If you experience high-pitched noises with cramping, pain, or nausea, but no bowel movements, get it checked out it could be partial bowel obstruction, which sometimes requires surgery.

  • Cracking neck

    Cracking neck

    Cracking doesn’t mean you’re getting old. The neck is a series of paired joints, called facet joints. Each is filled with fluid and surrounded by a capsule. Bending your neck stretches the capsules, which decreases pressure on the joint fluid and causes it to turn into gas; the crack you hear is gas popping out of the joint fluid. Neck cracking is generally not harmful, but see a doctor if you experience pain especially if it shoots down one arm. This could signal nerve root impingement, a pressure change of the nerve root that causes pain throughout the limb.

HEALTH TIPS: Do your Body make Weird Noises - Wheezing with coughing

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