Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

25 Benefits Of Drinking Apple Cider Vinegar.

#6. If you're experiencing excruciating leg cramps that are keeping you awake at night, try ACV.

Consuming 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar in a cup of lukewarm water before you go to sleep will increase the levels of potassium in your body, because it's usually a lack of potassium the causes leg cramps.

If you're experiencing excruciating leg cramps that are keeping you awake at night, try ACV.

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#7. ACV can soothe the amount of stomach acid, so you don't have acid reflux keeping you up at night.

But since apple cider vinegar can also aggravate the levels of acid in your esophagus, make sure you dilute it in clean water and add only a tablespoon of ACV before you drink it.

ACV can soothe the amount of stomach acid, so you don't have acid reflux keeping you up at night.

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#8. Apple cider vinegar will eliminate mucus buildup in your sinuses.

Add a teaspoon of ACV to a cup of water and drink it before bedtime if you're suffering from a stuffy nose. ACV is full of potassium, magnesium, vitamin A, E, B1, and B2, which will put an end to all that mucus that isn't allowing you to breathe.

Apple cider vinegar will eliminate mucus buildup in your sinuses.

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#9. If you're suffering from bad breath and Listerine just isn't cutting it, then try ACV.

A tablespoon of apple cider vinegar right before bedtime will remove the accumulation of bacteria in your mouth, putting an end to that seriously toxic morning breath.

If you're suffering from bad breath and Listerine just isn't cutting it, then try ACV.

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#10. No one knows exactly why hiccups occur, but fortunately, there's a way to put an end to it.

Aside from having someone scare the crap out of you or holding your breath till your face turns blue, you can mix some apple cider vinegar and water and drink it. This will soothe the nerves located in the throat that trigger the hiccups.

No one knows exactly why hiccups occur, but fortunately, there's a way to put an end to it.

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