I think it generally means the airflow of the nipple isn’t very good so you’re creating a bit of a vacuum.
You shouldn’t chug the drink down very quickly. You’ll need to take small drinks or sips at a time so that the bottle has a chance to complete the air exchanged needed. Don’t try to fill your mouth. Slow sips. It’ll take longer to finish a drink.
Your lips should be touching the base of the nipple, not just the top of the nipple.
You might try not tightening the lid as strongly to help with ventilation.
I suspect it’s just a problem with the nipple though.
My partner and I have found that the Y flow Comotomo nipples listed in this how-to article
are well ventilated and never really collapse.