I don't know how to search for this, because my searches don't turn up proper results.
This applies only to my kitchen sink and water dispenser from fridge. The downstairs bathroom and all upstairs faucets are unaffected by this. If I open the faucet too quickly, the water will trickle out. I can't get my fridge dispenser (or ice maker) to work, because those are a binary on/off.
The only way to get decent pressure is to slowly turn the faucet on. If I open it too quickly, the faucet will make a soft "pop". I have checked under the sink, and the hoses have no kinks. They don't move when the pop happens either. There aren't any visible leaks anywhere either. Also, I have to let the water completely stop trickling before I turn it back on, or this will produce low pressure as well.