How to deal with a panic attack and other cool life hacks about our body

    Let's face it, we know almost nothing about our bodies. We breathe, sleep, eat, and then we repeat all this in a circle. But, in fact, there is such everyday magic that we can do with our body, the existence of which you did not suspect. Now we'll tell you everything.
  • As you are doing chin-ups, try to imagine that you are pulling your elbows down, not your body up. It's a mental trick that can make pull-ups easier.
  • If you are tired of swimming, and there is still a lot left, swim on your back, pushing off with your hands to the sides. This will help you save energy.
  • It will be easier for you to use the restroom (to poop) if you put your legs bent at knees a little higher.
  • Squeezing the thumb of the left hand in the palm of the hand can help remove the gag reflex (for example, it helps with cleaning the tongue)
  • Dark chocolate, blueberries, green tea, and foods containing B vitamins will help get rid of depression and just depressed state.
  • When you're hot, run your wrists under cold water to cool down faster.
  • If you make it a habit to do at least some physical exercise every day, your body and mind will work much better.
  • Rocking on the feet (from heel to tiptoe) helps improve balance and stretch the calves.
  • If you have to get up in the middle of the night and turn on the lights, keep one eye closed. After you turn off the light, you will be able to see better in the dark.
  • If you are having a panic attack or are so worried that your heart is racing, place a bottle of cold water on your face between your nose and cheekbone and hold your breath for 30 seconds to relax your body.
  • Lie on your left side to prevent heartburn before bed after overeating.
  • If you feel like you're about to sneeze, but the "sneeze" doesn't happen, look at a bright light and you'll definitely sneeze.
  • Rolling and stretching on the floor for 5-10 minutes every day will help you relax the body and get rid of cramps.
  • If you're writing a test and you can't remember or solve something, try moving or changing your posture to help you concentrate.
  • If you have eaten something cold and you have a feeling of "brain freeze", press your tongue against the palate with some force.
  • If you have a double chin or want your jaw line to be more even in the photo, press your tongue against the roof of your mouth while shooting.
  • You can get rid of a stuffy nose by alternately pressing the tongue to the palate, and then pressing the thumb between the eyebrows.
  • Here is a quick way to get rid of hiccups: inhale deeply, hold your breath, swallow twice; then exhale through your nose.
  • You can stop sneezing by pressing the area just above your upper lip.
  • When you shave your Adam's apple, you need to swallow to avoid cuts.
  • A way to calm down when you are very nervous: put your thumb in your mouth, close your lips and try to exhale air, puffing out your cheeks.
  • If you burn your tongue with hot coffee or tea, moisten it with cold water (but don't use ice).

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