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I’ve struggled with hiccups weeks at a time, in hopes to rid them with just water, and holding in my breath which was either a temporary success or failure. NOT ANYMORE i learned the best trick that worked for me in seconds! Share this video to anyone who is struggling to control the annoying spasm. Especially in PUBLIC!! Video Rating: / 5
Acupressure can help stop annoying hiccups when you use a combination of the Wu Yao point, deep exhalations and gentle massage of the diaphragm area. Learn what you can do, and when to see a doctor for serious hiccups, in this free video on basic acupressure techniques.
Expert: Hillary Talbott
Bio: Hillary Talbott, a Doctor of Oriental medicine, practices at Acupuncture & Herbal Therapies in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
Series Description: The ancient healing method known as acupressure has proven effective against countless ailments, from toothaches to hiccups, and now you can learn basic acupressure techniques to address many of these conditions safely and naturally. Learn acupressure from a Doctor of Oriental Medicine in this free video video series.
Ever had a bad case of the hiccups? The good news is that hiccups are usually temporary. But you can speed up relief. Next time you have them, try one the four tips in this video featuring Michael Roizen, MD. Video Rating: / 5
NYU otolaryngologist Dr. Erich Voigt tells us the one thing that he does to stop every single case of hiccups.
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