The Left Abdomen Shakes After Sneezing?
Hello, I want to ask. I am 18 years old. Why is that, every fraction of a second after sneezing, my left stomach shakes? Trimakasi
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Sneezing is the body's respom to the stimulation of dust and germs that enter the human respiratory tract, this response aims to push the particles out of the body. In the process of sneezing, many of the respiratory muscles are involved up to the abdominal muscles.
The sensation of the existence of movement can be caused by contraction of the diaphragm muscle which also becomes a barrier between the peruvian cavity and the chest. In addition, contractions of the chest muscles and abdomen can also cause tension and vibration when sneezing.
Important information about sneezing:
Do not hold sneeze Do not close your nose or mouth when sneezing because it can increase pressure in the head Do not close your eyes when sneezing, because it can also increase eye pressure Use tissue closing or rubbing sneezing to prevent the spread of germs.