Ways to stop hiccups include holding your breath and counting slowly to 10, eating a teaspoon of either honey or sugar or quickly drinking a glass of water. If you have persistent or stubborn hiccups, then treatments suc... More »

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Although there are no guaranteed quick cures for hiccups, WebMD suggests holding one's breath, drinking a glass of cold water or eating a spoonful of sugar. The Mayo Clinic adds that breathing into a paper bag or garglin... More »

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Some simple folk remedies for hiccups that can be done at home are eating honey, eating dill, eating peanut butter and eating hot sauce, states Reader's Digest. Another remedy is breathing into a brown paper bag. More »

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Although there are no guaranteed quick cures for hiccups, WebMD suggests holding one's breath, drinking a glass of cold water or eating a spoonful of sugar. The Mayo Clinic adds that breathing into a paper bag or garglin... More »

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HowStuffWorks states that placing sugar on the tongue, swallowing honey, breathing into a paper bag, taking an antacid and drinking a glass of ice water are all effective methods for stopping hiccups. Some of these metho... More »

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Patients can treat severe hiccups by holding their breath, drinking water quickly, gargling water or pulling on their tongues, according to WebMD. Some patients have found that using smelling salts or allowing a teaspoon... More »

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Initially, intractable postoperative hiccups can be treated using innocuous, topical and stimulating therapies such as rapidly swallowing water or ice chips, breath holding, and re-breathing from a paper bag, according t... More »