It is most often caused by chest wall abnormalities, such as muscular tension, that induce chest discomfort during sneezing. This occurs as a result of your rib cage and chest muscles being moved up and down as a result of sneezing, coughing, and heavy breathing. If you have chest pain after sneezing, it may be an indication of a more serious condition that requires medical attention.
Why do my arms hurt when I cough and sneeze?
This discomfort is frequently experienced when they are sneezing, coughing, moving their arms, or performing exercises such as bench press. The most common reason of this acute pain that occurs when you sneeze is a disorder known as Costochondritis. Other, less common reasons include pleuritis (inflammation of the pleura of the lung) and a muscular strain or sprain.