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A doctor has revealed various hacks, such as, using peanut butter to help you fall asleep quickly. Watch the viral video of his body hacks below:
Firstly, he says that if you feel like throwing up, to 'take a sniff of an alcohol swab'.
"Doctor's and nurses use it all the time to help with nausea."
Secondly, if you have trouble sleeping, the plastic surgeon says to: "Try a scoop of peanut better before going to bed, it contains tryptophan which will help you fall asleep."
According to webmd.com, tryptophan 'plays a role in the production of serotonin, a mood stabilizer, melatonin, which helps regulate sleep patterns'.
He also says that for those people who experience their arm going numb, to try 'rocking your head from side to side a few times'.
The Dr added: "That's going to relax your neck and cause your arm to come back to life."
For stressed-out people he says to: "Close your eyes, inhale for a count of four, then exhale for a count of eight.
"Do that a few times and you're going to feel so much better."
I reckon a lot of us could do with trying that one.
The video was posted three days ago (Aug 26) and has already racked up 2.4 million views and over 416,000 likes.
As usual, users were quick to give their unique outlook on the footage.
One user, who seemed to have a peanut allergy, joked: "I guess the peanut butter thing would work but I don't see myself getting back up."
Whilst a second user agreed with the Dr and wrote: "I totally back the alcohol wipes for nausea. I did that when I was doing dialysis and it worked immediately."
A final user added: "I don't have trouble falling asleep...it's staying awake that's the problem."
I think many of us can relate to that one.
The doctor has 4.9 million followers on TikTok and was also ranked as one of America's best plastic surgeons by Newsweek.
On his Instagram, he wrote: "I'm humbled and honoured to be part of this ranking, joining other plastic surgeons whom I admire."
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