Have you ever had that instant where you don't know what to do, and you're hiccuping all over the place? You feel like you'll never stop hiccuping, and it's preventing you from anything else? Here are some treatments or remedies to make the common hiccups go away. Not all of these treatments may be right for you, or work for you, but try those which seem plausible, or most likely to work.
First of all, remember to breath slowly. If you have asthma or respiratory problems, a puff from your average inhaler should get you started.
Next, try to see how frequent your hiccup is.
After locating the problem, there are a few steps to solving it. First you can try to breath in and hold your breath for as long as you can. Try this several times, inhaling fast in the middle. While doing this, suck your stomach in.
If that doesn't work, drink water. When you feel a hiccup coming on, wash it away with water. Breathe heavily in between.
Exhale and Inhale deeply. Inhale large amounts of air, and breath out slowly.
Try to belch or to burp. It releases air in your lungs.
Close your mouth, and breathe deeply through your nose.
Try to do the Valsalva Maneuver. This is usually to equalize pressure between airways, usually the sinuses and the ear. Often used when you descend from a high elevation to a low elevation very quickly. In this case, you pinch your nose closed, and close your mouth and try to breathe out. This should have the effect of your ears popping.
Sit properly upright, and breathe deeply.
Try variations of the same exercise. For example, breathe in less and exhale more, and vice versa.
Another issue could be in your head. Try to put it out of your mind if it is not too distracting. It might go away by itself.
Don't hold your breath to the point that you're getting dizzy, or not enough oxygen is getting to your system. Remember to breathe.
For the Valsalva Maneuver, do not do it to the point past where your ear has already popped. It should not take long, and don't do it to a dangerous level.