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Everyone needs to know this! 12 secrets of our body

12 секретов нашего тела

Many problems that periodically appear in our body can be eliminated quite quickly by completing certain actions.

You only need to know which ones.

Today we share 12 body secrets with you.

We hope you find this useful and tell others about it.

1. If a numb hand ...

... shake your head from side to side. Life will return to your hand in less than a minute. Often, such sensations in the hand are the result of pinching of nerves in the muscles of the neck.

2. If it tickles in the throat ...

... scratch and scratch your ear. When the ear nerves are stimulated, a muscle spasm reflectively arises in the throat. It will relieve unpleasant tickling.

3. If you are afraid of an injection ...

... cough while inserting the needle. A cough causes a sudden short-term rise in pressure in the chest and spinal canal. At the same time, pain receptors are suppressed.

4. If the nose is stuffy ...

... rest your tongue against the sky, and then press your finger between the eyebrows. As a result, the vomer - the trapezoidal bone that forms the back of the nasal septum - will move and ease tension. After 20 seconds, the nose will begin to “snooze”.

5. If heartburn torments at night ...

... sleep on your left side. Studies have shown that in this situation, a person suffers less from acid emissions in the esophagus. The esophagus and stomach are located at a certain angle: when you lie on the right side, the stomach is higher, and when on the left - lower, and acid “leakage” from it is less likely.

6. If the tooth hurts ...

... rub an ice cube on the back of your hand - in the V-shaped membrane between the thumb and forefinger. Toothache will be reduced by half: nerve stimulation in this part of the arm blocks pain signals in the brain.

7. If the interlocutor is hard to hear ...

... you need to turn to his right ear. The right one picks up fast speech rhythms better. And if you want to hear what kind of melody is playing quietly, turn to the sound source with your left ear. It distinguishes musical tones better than the right.

8. If you have drunk to dizziness ...

... put your hand on something steady. The part of the inner ear that is responsible for balance, the cupula, floats in a fluid that has the same density as the blood. Alcohol dilutes the blood in the cupule, it becomes less dense and rises, "fooling" the brain. Tactile sensations give him a different impression, and the world falls into place. Moreover, the sensation is from a sensitive hand: the impression that you are standing on the ground with your feet is not enough.

9. If after running it stabs in the side ...

... exhale when stepping on your left foot. Most people exhale when their right foot touches the ground. This creates pressure on the liver, which is on the right, and it presses on the diaphragm and causes pain in the side.

10. If blood flows from the nose ...

... put a piece of cotton on the upper gum - just behind the little “bridle” just under the nose - and grip it properly. In most cases, blood flows from the front of the nasal septum, and it can be stopped by pinching this particular area.

11. If you burn your finger ...

... press the clean fingertip of your other hand to the burn. Although ice will relieve pain faster, blistering is more likely to occur. And when you put your finger on the burned skin will simply return to normal temperature, and maybe it will do without a blister.

12. If you need to learn something by heart ...

... repeat the text before going to bed. Since the brain mainly arranges memories in a dream, everything that you tried to remember at night is more likely to be written to long-term memory.