In fact, whatever is in your mind when you fall asleep is going to be very easy to recall when you wake up. | 22 Words

You might think you're a walking library of life hacks, but you'll think again once you see these out-there ways of tricking your body into doing what you want.

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If you're unable to sleep, dealing with bad skin, or feel a sneeze coming on, below are some pretty crazy techniques for getting your body to settle down. They might not make a lot of sense (or ANY sense, really), but they've been proven by science to get the job done. They're also 100% safe, so there's no harm in giving them a shot!

This also works after shaving. Cold water "shocks" your pores closed, which leads to better skin.

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This one actually works on all bug bites, and some thinks it's better than Neosporin.

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In fact, whatever is in your mind when you fall asleep is going to be very easy to recall when you wake up.

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Weird, isn't it? This is based on the complex network of nerves in your body that connects distant body parts you'd never think affect one another.

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It's a short-term fix, but your heart rate will increase, and your body goes into "survival" mode temporarily.

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Yup, this even helps if you've got "the spins" from drinking too much.

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This, uh, probably is a more practical solution if you live alone.

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Again, you can thank our random web of nerves for this little hack.

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Blinking slows down your brain for just a second, and doing it repeatedly can help put it to rest long enough to drift off.

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I can vouch for this one. It really does work! (And I have no idea why!)

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Did you know that you should be listening to certain things with certain ears? Now you do...

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If you can't get to warm water in time (and who ever can?), then this is your best bet.

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The mild pain diverts your body's natural reaction to laughter.

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Again, the pressure diverts your brain's attention from the unpleasant sight or sound that's repulsing you so you can recover.

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No idea about this one, but if you've ever suffered a migraine, you'll likely try anything to make the painful sensation disappear!

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