Bend down to your knees while holding your breath, then slowly straighten your body and slowly breath out as you do so. Works every time for me.
Interesting - should try that out. Thanks for answering this question!!
You could try drinking a bit of lemon or lime juice, because they are sour they should help.
Hiccups are caused by uncontrolled spasms of your diaphragm. Which is normally induced while drinking a very cold beverage quickly. The most reliable cure I have found is to take the deepest breath possible and holding it, this inflates the lungs to stop the diaphragm from contracting and usually works on the first or second try!
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