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Home Remedies for Hiccups

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Do's and Don't for Hiccups

Following are some of the simple tips for hiccups:

- Close your ears with your fingers, and drink water directly or through straw. It has an immediate effect on treating hiccups.

- Eat a balanced diet and avoid spicy or oily junk food.

- Generally hiccups are due to indigestions in the stomach. Hence, the diet taken should be light on the stomach. Take fiber rich food in the diet which will help in the proper digestion of food.

Home Remedies for Hiccups

Following are some of the effective home remedies for hiccups:



- Sugar is very common remedy for hiccups. Take one tablespoon sugar and swallow it slowly.

- Another useful home remedy for hiccups is eating half bowl of curd by adding 1-2 tablespoon of salt to it.

- Ginger is also used in treating hiccups. Eat small pieces of ginger.

- Drink a glassful of water or even gargle with water to reduce hiccups. Cover your ears and then drink the water in fast gulps, without stopping to breathe. This is the very common remedy for hiccups.

Herbal Remedies for Hiccups

Following are some of the effective herbal remedies for hiccups:

- Black pepper is commonly used herb in hiccups. Inhaling black pepper powder can induce a person to sneezing. Sneezing is a violent movement of the respiratory tract. Therefore, it can put an end to hiccups.

- Cardamom is another useful natural remedy used for the treatment of hiccups. If the hiccup is persistent then mix a half teaspoon of cardamom powder in a cupful of water and then boiled to half its quantity. Cool it a little and then drink it slowly. This sooths the irritation caused in the diaphragm and stops hiccups.





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