Magnesium is essential for the proper functioning of the nervous system. Without sufficient magnesium the nerve cells cannot give or receive messages and become excitable and highly reactive. This causes the person to become extremely sensitive and nervous. Lights can appear to be too bright. Noises will seem excessively loud and the person will jump at sudden sounds like a door slamming and will generally be on edge. Even slight noises can seem loud. Do you know someone who can't stand noise? Get them a glass of the magnesium drink and see the difference.
To get rid of hiccups by reducing your acid reflux, stick to unprocessed, organic foods that are free from GMOs as much as possible. Increase your fiber intake to support healthy bacteria in your gut and eat plenty of probiotic foods . You also want to reduce grains, especially when refined, and sugar consumption, eat high-quality protein (stick to grass-fed beef over conventional beef) and reduce your intake of refined vegetable oils, like canola oil. Some people also find that carbonated drinks, alcohol and spicy foods can lead to hiccups, so do your best to minimize those foods and drinks in your diet.