That It Does Not Hurt Your Mouth Does Not Mean That It Is Healthy

That It Does Not Hurt Your Mouth Does Not Mean That It Is Healthy

There is a very practical aspect in regards to health that everyone is interested in, is to take care of the mouth. And not only the teeth but all related organs: gums, palate, tongue, etc.

According to a study carried out last year on oral health, Spaniards have the perception that our mouth is healthier than it actually is, and that is why oral health remains a pending issue for many.

 “The smile, a real life force, the only one able to move the unshakeable” how not to take care of it?

Well let’s get to it!

That It Does Not Hurt Your Mouth Does Not Mean That It Is HealthyWe all want to have healthy teeth, but there are other less visible areas that can cause health problems and I want to inform you today.

It is surprising how the mouth can be a “sneak” that warns that something in the body is not working well, for example:

When you feel pain in your upper teeth you may have sinusitis. This problem causes the sinus cavities to become inflamed and the pain can be referred to the overhead teeth. There are also more symptoms like nasal congestion, headache or fever.

If you have bad breath from dry mouth you can recover the good smell by taking citrus fruits that stimulate the production of saliva and also mint leaves or infusions of liquor ice and peppermint.

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If your breath smells different and is fruity, you can hide type 2 diabetes. A high concentration of blood glucose makes it easier for bacteria to proliferate in the mouth. It can also cause burning in the tongue, dryness, infections, etc. Bad breath may indicate that the kidneys (ammonia odor), liver, or intestines fail.

If in your mouth you discover sores that do not heal, consult your doctor. The sores can also leave due to nutritional deficits, gastric alterations, herpes, etc.

 Do your gums bleed regularly? If the bleeding does not go away you may notice some illness. Gum bleeding is also common in menopause, or as an effect of taking aspirin. In these cases when there is no disease that causes it, brush the denture with a gentle massage and rinse the mouth with water and bicarbonate to disinfect. Then rinse water with a pinch of salt.

If you have discomfort in the lower part of the teeth or the jaw you may be warning of a heart attack. It is also common to feel fatigue, shortness of breath, heartburn or pressure in the chest. The most common is that the pain of the jaw is due to the muscular tension in the area that squeezes the teeth at night. To eliminate tensions it inspires a breath of air and reaches your cheeks. Slowly release it by mouth.

If you suspect that a hidden disease may be “attacking” your mouth, go to your doctor to be able to stop it in time. Many people periodically check their mouth at the dentist, the less they are aware of how life habits may be helping to spoil it.

In a next post I want to focus on the teeth. I will give you some very interesting clues about eating habits that may be obscuring your enamel without knowing it. It is a characteristic that affects the smile but that can be prevented you are interested? Stay tuned!

Are you the one who takes care of your teeth or waits until phlegm makes you run to the emergency room? What life habits do you think are affecting your oral health?

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