25 Awesome Body Hacks Life Is Trying To Hide From You 1074000287_b28d96e42d_z

25 Awesome Body Hacks Life Is Trying To Hide From You

Our modern fast-moving lifestyle, unhealthy eating habits, excessive stress, sleep deficiency, lack of sport and physical activities and many other factors negatively influence our health both physically and mentally. Most of us cannot change our everyday habits overnight but what we can do is following simple body hacks. Seemingly insignificant, these little tricks can be surprisingly helpful and efficient. From controlling drunkenness symptoms to managing stress before a big exam, check out these 25 body hacks that life is trying to hide from you. Don’t let life hide these from you!


If you have a toothache, rub some ice on the webbed area between your thumb and index finger. By numbing your hand, the intensity of your pain will be reduced. Hand_-_Fingers


If you’re stressing too much over an important test or exam, take a pen and paper and write down your feelings. A scientific study suggests those who jot down their emotions before an exam get higher scores. 4608 × 3456 pencil_on_lined_paper_1_bw


If you have broken a blister and you don’t have any antiseptic around, you can use a few drops of Listerine. This mouthwash also has strong antiseptic effects. Listerine_products


When trying to listen to someone in a noisy situation, give them your right ear. Apparently your right ear picks up words better while your left ear is better at picking up sounds and music. Remember this the next time you go to a noisy club and that hot individual stops by to give you his/her number. 1600 × 1200 Option-3-Prosthetic-ear-attached-by-magnet-components


Speaking of clubs… If you get drunk and start to feel dizzy, put your hands on something hard and stable. Putting your hand on a stable object will help you feel more balanced. alcohol-428392_640


If that gut wrenching dizziness persist even after you throw yourself on your bed, put one of your legs on the ground. It will make your body feel more stable and reduces that unpleasant dizzy feeling. 1061px-Undressing_while_in_bed


If you’re nervous before an important interview, take a “high power” position for a few minutes. It will boost your testosterone level and improve your self-confidence. 5686677897_3e028f8cde_b


As bizarre as this may sound, it’s been proven that those who cannot handle being vaccinated should cough during the act. Studies have shown that a sudden cough reduces the pain a person feels during a shot. needle-syringe


Have you ever tripped over a doorstep or banged your pinkie toe on a coffee table? If so, don’t be afraid to swear like a sailor. Research shows that cursing helps to reduce pain. Angry_woman


If you go to sleep after a big hearty meal, be sure to lie on your left side. Sleeping on your right side places your stomach in a higher position than your esophagus, enabling food and stomach acid to go to your throat. sleep


Don’t underestimate the importance of drinking water. A glass of water after waking up helps activate your internal organs, drinking before a meal improves your digestion and drinking before bed reduces the danger of a heart attack. drinking-87155_640


If you are in a bad mood, put a pencil in your mouth. It will activate the muscles you use when smiling, which will trick your brain into boosting your mood. Yellow_Happy


Everyone’s familiar with the desperation of urgently needing to pee when there’s no bathroom in sight. To suppress this urge, simply think about sex. 11473254923_a2695339fd_h


If you suffer from a nose bleed, put cotton on your upper gums right behind the small dent below your nose and press against it hard. Most of the blood comes from the cartilage wall that divides the nose, so pressing it helps to stop the bleeding. 3077833947_c9bf9bf4d0_z


If you want to hold your breath underwater for a longer period of time, take a series of short breaths instead of one huge inhalation. This tricks your brain into thinking it has more oxygen and buys you some extra seconds. 110623-M-TF790-021


There are dozens of “guaranteed” remedies for hiccups. Nevertheless, studies suggest that increasing the level of CO2 in your bloodstream is the key. Therefore, breathing into a plastic bag for about 30 seconds is an almost sure way of annihilating those annoying hiccups. man-70603_640


If you suffer from motion sickness or nausea, try pressing and holding the spot between the two tendons on the inside of your wrist



To get rid of a sore throat, prepare a mixture of ¼ cup of vinegar and ¼ cup of honey and take 1 tablespoon a few times a day. It may not be the most delicious remedy but it will kill the bacteria and help to heal your throat. Balsamico-1


To revive an arm that has fallen asleep, try rocking your head from side to side. This will reduce the tension in your neck and help to ease the pins and needles sensation in your arm. For a leg that has fallen asleep, walking around is the best cure. arm


If you have an urgent need to gag, grip your thumb as firmly as you can inside your fist. This should help you suppress the gag reflex. Clenched_human_fist


Next time someone tells you playing video games is a waste of time, don’t believe them! Research shows that video games improve reflexes, memory, reasoning, problem solving, hand-eye coordination, field of vision, spatial resolution, fine motor skills, pain tolerance, and so much more. Sorry anti-video game groups, looks like your princess is in another castle.



If you want to suppress crying in public (which can be very embarrassing), hold your eyes wide open without blinking. This will prevent the tears from forming. 8743147779_dbaa1e1360_b


Uncontrollable laughter – which is the opposite of the previous problem but can be JUST AS embarrassing – might be suppressed by thinking about something sad. If this doesn’t work, try to cause a little physical pain to yourself such as pinching yourself or biting your tongue. laughing


For temporary vision improvement, curl your hand into a fist and look through the tiny hole as you would a telescope. This trick allows for a narrow beam of light to reach the retina and increases depth of field and focus. 1074000287_b28d96e42d_z


If you suffer from the feared “side stitch” when you run, you probably tend to exhale when your right foot hits the ground, which puts pressure on your liver. To avoid that, switch things up and exhale when your left foot hits the ground instead. Running_Man_Kyle_Cassidy


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