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Natural Alternatives for Treating Hiccups

Hiccups Home Remedies

Treat hiccups using sugar

Treat hiccups using sugar - Put a small amount of plain white sugar on the top of your tongue and leave it there untill it dissolves. Do not eat it off, just leave it till it's all gone.


Treat hiccups using water - Get a full glass of luke warm water and place a clean cloth over the top of the glass. Drink the water throug the cloth. Works every time.
Treat hiccups using water

Treat hiccups using salt

Treat hiccups using salt - Take a large dessert spoon and half fill te spoon with salt. Squrt lime juice onto the salt untill the spoon is full. Eat the entire contents including all the salt.



Treat hiccups using peanut butter - Whenever you get hiccups eat a spoonful of peanut butter. It will help stop the spasms which casue hiccups.

Treat hiccups by using pressure behind the ear - When you get hiccups apply pressure to the soft spot behind your ears. The hiccups should stop right away.

Treat hiccups by using pickle juice - As soon as you get hiccups drink pickle juice. Take small sips at a time this also works with sipping water.

Drink water upside down - One of the most well known remedies to get rid of hiccups is to drink water upside down. This can be done by standing on your head and drinking or simply drink from the opposite side of the cup by leaning over it.

When you get hiccups hold your nose tightly and drink a glass of water as quickly as you possibly can. This has helped me every time.

Treat hiccups by using mustard - Swallow a tablespoon of mustard when you get a bout of hiccups.

Rub your earlobe - When you first start to get hiccups get someone to rub your earlobe. It sounds funny but it really does work.

Readers Remedies for Hiccups

Remedy By - Jeff
Date -
4 April 2010
Remedy
Take a very deep threath of air and hold it for at least 3 secs. Do not dwell on the hiccups, laughing helps, and go on with other things. Get your mind off it and go on with life. Works.



Remedy By -
Lauren
Date -
7 January 2008
Remedy
This remedy was given to me by a nutritionist, and it's worked every time for me, and countless others: Drink a few ounces of apple juice. It restores the body to it's proper Ph level, hence removing the hiccups. It's fast, easy, and delicious too. Apple juice consumed after a meal will prevent hiccups from forming, as well.


Remedy By -
Jessica
Date - 1 January 2008

Remedy
When the "Distraction Methods" don't work for me I do something I call "borrowed breathing". It would have to be a really close friend or a signifigant other from whom you "borrow breath" from. Ok, here's what you do. It would be a great idea to be in a sitting position, or preferably both of you lay on your sides facing eachother on the floor or a bed. First decide which of the 2 of you is going to breathe in, while the other breathes out. Make a seal around eachother's mouth with your mouth (like a sealed airtight kiss), don't move but once you seal your mouths together, breathe in, while the other person breathes out. Do not pause, continue breathing eachother's "recycled air" until you are lightheaded and a little dizzy. But, your hiccups are gone aren't they? It's actually because your body stops all unneccesary involentary movements (such as a diapragm jumping, "hiccups")when it goes into "survival mode". The reason your body reacts this way to the "borrowed breathing" is because you are not breathing enough air, and it fools your body into thinking that you are dying because of that very lack of oxygen...interesting.


Remedy By - Dennis
Date - 2 October 2007

Remedy
My remedy is to hold my breath for as long as i can , Works for me. Good luck.


Remedy By - Beverley Clarke
Date - 8 September 2007

Remedy
Try one extra strong mint and suck it-don't chew it- until iit's gone.


Remedy By - Unknown
Date -
21 August 2007
Remedy
If you hold your breath and swallow five times while holding your breath it works every time.



Remedy By -
Tammy
Date -
18 April 2007
Remedy
I watched a documentry last night telling us about cures for hiccups. A woman went into the ER after having hiccups for a week. They tried every remedy they could think of with nothing working. The very last remedy they tried they took two fingers on each hand and pressed firmly just above the eyes. He kept pressure there and straight away the hiccups had gone. I haven't tried this cure but it's worth a try if all else fails.

Remedy By -
Gary
Date - 6 April 2007

Remedy
Take a mouthful of water but do not swallow it all. Take very very tiny swallows of the water. As small as possible. This has always worked for me, every single time.

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