So I figured I'd look up some hiccup cures

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Malificus, Nov 1, 2009.

  1. Malificus

    Malificus Likes snow

    As I've had hiccups for a while now.

    Here are some highlights

    You may have noticed a pattern by now.

    At the end they give the following tip

    I wonder if they realize that's what half the methods are.

  2. Impact

    Impact Registered Member V.I.P. Lifetime

    This reminds me of this guy who was in the news a while back who had had hiccups for over a year. I'm sure he's tried some of the more crazy methods to try and get rid of them.
  3. Jeru

    Jeru Registered Member

    more cures...
    blister or burn the skin above the phrenic nerve on the neck and back
    tickle the pharynx with a hollow flexible tube through the nose
    hypnosis or acupuncture
    Sudden Fright
    Pulling on the tongue
    Breathing into a bag

    Just drinking water, if done soon enough, might wash down a chunk of food in the throat that's pressing against a nerve.

    Home remedies are usually based upon the idea that you have to disrupt the hiccup cycle

    Drinking water or Eating Sugar works if you do it before the 7th hiccup
  4. Major

    Major 4 legs good 2 legs bad V.I.P.

    I just hold my breath for 30 seconds or so and they almost always go away.
  5. Jeru

    Jeru Registered Member

    Poor Charles Osborne had the hiccups for 69 years! :sick:

    Once you start you will usually hiccup about 63 times :urp:
  6. PretzelCorps

    PretzelCorps Registered Member

    Here's the one way I've found to cure hiccups each and every time:

  7. Twitch

    Twitch Registered Member

    I just take a huge breath and hold it until I have to breathe.
  8. Clever

    Clever Registered Member

    Why can't people just leave the hiccups to fade away on there own, on average they only last about 5 minutes for me.
  9. Rebeccaaa

    Rebeccaaa yellow 4!

    They're annoying, and sometimes they can hurt. My hiccups can get pretty painful. But yeah, I personally usually just leave them to go away on their own.
  10. Twitch

    Twitch Registered Member

    Anyone else feel weird right after their hiccups are gone?

    Like they are missing something?

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