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I take sleep medicine b/c I don't sleep well...unisom is what I take. However if ever I don't take it..I wake up in the middle of the night with the hiccups. It never fails. Once I wake up and get up and get something to drink (usually milk is the only think that helps) they go away. usually in 5 min. I am never up longer that 8 min. Sometimes it happens more than once in a night but rarely. I assumed I was breathing wrong but if it doesn't happen when I take sleep meds then is it something else??????
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replied September 30th, 2017
Welcome to e health forum.

Having hiccups would just be incidental and not basically due to not taking the sedative pills.

If you still have sleeping issues, consult a sleep specialist and seek a proper opinion.


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