Breathing Spasms After Crying (Possible Causes & Solution)

Breathing Spasms After Crying (Possible Causes & Solution)

Breathing spasm after crying is a reflex action that occurs due to a spasm of your diaphragm. It is common with children, and when a child holds their breath, usually it’s because they’re upset, irritated, frightened, or in discomfort, and they express that by crying. Mothers would refer to these occurrences as “prolonged hiccups,” “sobbing …

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