If You Have Hiccups, Stick Your Tongue Out Hard!
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If You Have Hiccups, Stick Your Tongue Out Hard!

There’s nothing more aggravating than getting repeatedly interrupted by yourself in the middle of a conversation. And those hiccups are hard to hide, and never seem to go away – just super awkward and uncomfortable in any social situation! Is there anything we can do besides just wait for the hiccups to release their grip??

Hiccups start in your diaphragm. If it gets irritated, it’ll spasm, causing you to unexpectedly suck in air. Luckily, there are some natural remedies you can use to kick those annoying hiccups to the curb, and some will even work in a pinch!

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What causes hiccups? 0:28
Ice Cold Water 1:24
Hold Your Breath 1:44
Sugar 2:06
Vinegar 2:31
Peanut Butter 2:52
Lemon 3:17
Chamomile 3:47
Pinch Your Nose And Swallow 4:17
Cough or Burp 4:44
Swallow with Your Mouth Open 5:05
Scare Those Hiccups Away 5:36
Swallowing Three Times 6:09
Take a Hot Bath 6:35
Breathe Essential Oils 7:00
Warm Milk 7:25
Stand on Your Head 7:47
Stick Your Tongue Out 8:15
Distract Yourself 8:37
Hot Sauce 9:14

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-Guzzle down a cold glass of water as quickly as you can. The cold water will shock the system and “distract” it from the hiccups.
-Inhale deeply, and hold your breath for as long as you can.
-Get a teaspoon of white or brown sugar and hold it in your mouth for about five seconds.
-Swallow ½ a teaspoon of white, malt, or apple cider vinegar. Wash it down with a glass of water.
-Put one teaspoon of peanut butter in your mouth and hold it there. After a few seconds, swallow it.
-The sourness will make you want to swallow lemon juice hard and quickly, and this will interrupt and stop your hiccups.
-Chamomile will relax the diaphragm and stop the spasms that are causing your hiccups.
-This interrupts your normal breathing pattern, so it should interrupt your hiccups too.
-When you anticipate the next round of hiccups, cough or make yourself burp.
-As soon as you feel the need to swallow, do so, but make sure to keep your mouth open.
-When you get startled and jump, the release of adrenaline and your body tensing up both affect the diaphragm.
-Try to quickly swallow three times in between hiccups to restore diaphragm control.
-Heat is a good way to relax any muscle, including the diaphragm.
-Essential oils should relax your diaphragm and restore your normal breathing pattern.
-Warm milk has a calming effect as good as any essential oil.
-Standing on your head turns the diaphragm upside down, shocking it out of spasms.
-Sticking your tongue out as far as it will possibly go will work a nerve that’s connected to your diaphragm.
-If you’re doing something you enjoy, your diaphragm will relax and stop spasming.
-The heat will certainly change up your breathing pattern, and your body will be busy doing some serious temperature control.

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