Squeeze your tongue when you have a brain attack when eating ice cream
When eating ice cream through the palate too quickly, it will strongly stimulate the mucous membranes and sensory organs, the nerve endings, the blood vessels to the brain…, especially the anterior brain region, which is stimulated locally, causing local irritation. it constricts, while the blood vessels in the brain are dilated more than usual (almost with increased cortical pressure). Then press your tongue firmly against the palate, so that the tongue covers as much of the nasopharynx as possible.
Clenching thumbs when nauseous
To overcome this situation, you can use the trick of taking the remaining 4 fingers to grip the thumb. Hold it for a while and you will see its magical effect. Let’s try it now.
Tips to cure hiccups
Hiccups are common symptoms that occur due to an involuntary contraction of the diaphragm, located between the chest and abdomen, which plays an important role in breathing. To treat this phenomenon, you can refer to the following tips:
- You use 2 fingers to cover 2 ears for 20-30 seconds. This sends a “relax” signal through the nerve to the brain, stimulating the vagus nerve, which helps to reverse the hiccups.
- If you have hiccups, try drinking a glass of water. However, it is not enough for you to tilt your head back and take a sip, but you should drink it slowly, in small sips continuously, and hold your breath while drinking.
- Place a small paper bag near your mouth and seal it tightly. Then, you inhale deeply and exhale into the paper bag. This way of breathing into a paper bag is done a few – 7 times will increase the amount of carbon dioxide in the blood, forcing the diaphragm into deeper contact for more oxygen, helping the hiccups disappear.
- You should put 1 teaspoon of sugar in your mouth, then suck it and swallow it gradually.
- Take a deep breath, then hold for 10 seconds. Continue to inhale and hold for 5 seconds without exhaling the old breath. The third time, continue to inhale more and hold for 5 seconds without exhaling the old breath. At this point, you will slowly exhale for about 30 seconds.
Touch the tip of your tongue to the roof of your mouth to relieve headaches
Let your toes touch the ground before you’re too lazy to get up
Scratch your ears if it gets stuck in your throat
Push your tongue behind your teeth to stop a sneeze
Pinch yourself to stop laughing
Shake your head to cure hand numbness
To get rid of the feeling that your arms are heavy, can’t move, and feel like they’ve been pricked by a thousand needles from sleeping in the wrong position, shake your head from side to side. The reason is because when you sleep, the nerves in the neck are compressed. Shaking the neck will help release these nerves, helping to dispel the stinging sensation.
Blink continuously to sleep easily
Press the acupoint to clear the stuffy nose
Holding your breath helps prevent sleepiness
Open your eyes wide and don’t blink to hold back your tears
If you feel like crying, try to keep your eyes wide open and don’t blink. If the tears are already welling up and about to fall, look up to the sky and blink a few times quickly. The third way is to hurt yourself to forget the feeling of wanting to cry by pinching hard on the thin skin between your thumb and index finger.