Answer: People hiccup when they have a shortness of breath.Hiccuping is actually something we have to thank our ancestors for. Back when all life was marine life, (or undersea life) animals had something like a gill in the back of their throught. Although we are no longer fishes, we still have that gill in our throat, although it no longer serves a purpose. When we have a shortness of breath, somethimes that "gill" is pushed out of place, causing us to go Hiccup!
Answer: I think you can. You eat something really hot( in temperature not spiciness) then drink something really cold right after you take a bite. It happens to me a lot when i do it so maybe it will work on other people.
Answer: your diaphragm, which is a muscle above your abdomen/stomach. it flexes in a spasm and makes the air it flexed go up through your throat, which is probably the air getting caught in your throat and coming out that makes the noise.
Answer: you can get the hiccups when something between your chest and abdomen has a sapzsuim you can cure this by many ways -have a teaspoon of sugar or peanut butter may be gross but it helps - drink some water upside down - breath in really quick and breath out really slow these 3 things help me i hope they help you!!!
Answer: Your diaphragm contracts, which forces your lung to draw in air. Hiccups are caused when your body is trying too hard to regulate your breathing, so it accidentally messes itself up. The actual hiccup is your body trying to get back on track.