Daily BulletinDaily Bulletin


  • Written by News Company

We all have experienced the annoying moments of having hiccups. At one time or the other, they are bound to give us that discomfort. And at some point, we don't know what to do, but rather wait for them to go away naturally. However, this experience will not only annoy you alone but it can disgust the next person. Hiccups are not caused by anything or anyone willing rather it is a natural process that begins when your diaphragm begins to spasm involuntarily.

A diaphragm is a large muscle that also helps you to breathe in and out on a daily basis. But without wasting much of your time let's tell you how best you can get rid of this annoying process.

Can we just say that hiccups should not distract you from collecting your sports betting winnings. Read on to get help.

Breathing and Posture Techniques

Sometimes we must learn how to breathe properly to avoid all the unnecessary hiccups. A change of your breathing stance can automatically relax your diaphragm.

Learn to Hold Your Breath

If you feel like you are about to encounter some hiccups. You must quickly hold your breath for about 10 to 20 seconds. Thereafter breathe out slowly. Do this until you are feeling that the hiccups are gone.  

Hug your Knees

Some people might feel like the first option we have mentioned is not working for them. Therefore, you might try this one. Look for a comfortable place where you can sit down and bring your knees to your chest. Make sure you hold them there for about two minutes. And if the two minutes elapsed you can then continue playing online casino games at sites such as https://www.pokiepop.com/en and win real money.

Know What to Eat or Drink

The food that you eat or drink contributes tremendously to get rid of your continuous hiccups. Drinking ice water is one of the ways can help stimulate the vagus nerve. You can do this by slowly sipping cold water. If the said option doesn't work for you can slowly drink a glass of warm water without stopping to breath.



Today, Australia's Kyoto climate targets end and our Paris cop-out begins. That's nothing to be proud of, Mr Taylor


The kids are alright: young adult post-disaster novels can teach us about trauma and survival


6 Tips to Reduce Hot Water Costs


The Conversation


Prime Minister Interview with Ben Fordham, 2GB

FORDHAM: Thank you very much for talking to us. I know it's a difficult day for all of those Qantas workers. Look, they want to know in the short term, are you going to extend JobKeeper?   PRI...

Scott Morrison - avatar Scott Morrison

Prime Minister Scott Morrison interview with Neil Mitchell

NEIL MITCHELL: Prime minister, good morning.    PRIME MINISTER: Good morning, how are you?   MICHELL: I’m okay, a bit to get to I apologise, we haven't spoken for a while and I want to get t...

Scott Morrison - avatar Scott Morrison

Prime Minister Interview with Ben Fordham

PRIME MINISTER: I've always found that this issue on funerals has been the hardest decision that was taken and the most heartbreaking and of all the letters and, you know, there's been over 100...

Scott Morrison - avatar Scott Morrison

Business News

SEO In A Time of COVID-19: A Life-Saver

The coronavirus pandemic has brought about a lot of uncertainty for everyone across the world. It has had one of the most devastating impacts on the day-to-day lives of many including business o...

a Guest Writer - avatar a Guest Writer

5 Ways Risk Management Software Can Help Your Business

No business is averse to risks. Nobody can predict the future or even plan what direction a business is going to take with 100% accuracy. For this reason, to avoid issues or minimise risks, some for...

News Company - avatar News Company

5 Ways To Deal With Unemployment and Get Back Into the Workforce

Being unemployed has a number of challenges and they’re not all financial. It can affect you psychologically and sometimes it can be difficult to dig your way out of a rut when you don’t have a job ...

News Company - avatar News Company

News Company Media Core

Content & Technology Connecting Global Audiences

More Information - Less Opinion