Tag: teeth care

10 Ways to Kill a Toothache In a Minute

A toothache is something we all have experienced at least once in our lifetime, and over 90% of adults have had some form of tooth decay. Fortunately, there are more than affordable treatment methods you can try at home to kill a toothache in a minute. A cold compress is effective for any kind of pain you are experiencing. Peppermint tea smells great and has some numbing properties. Hydrogen Peroxide is a pain reliever that will help you manage the discomfort. It can not only reduce plaque but also heal bleeding gums and kill the bad bacteria. You can use it as mouthwash. Clove has been treating toothaches for ages as it has eugenol, which is a natural antiseptic. It has been widely used in Ayurveda and Chinese medicine.
Guava leaves are anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial. They not only alleviate toothaches but also relieve mouth ulcers and swollen gums. Its antibacterial and antioxidant properties make thyme and excellent toothache treatment tool. Wheatgrass has antibacterial properties, which offer both short-term and long-term benefits while preventing tooth decay and pain. Garlic kills harmful bacteria and works as a pain reliever. Saltwater is a natural disinfectant, and also an easy and effective remedy to cure a toothache. Onion contains phytochemicals that target the germs responsible for the infection and gives you a

How to Stop Grinding Your Teeth at Night

Do you wake up with a sore jaw or a headache every morning? The chances are you grind your teeth while sleeping. You can’t control this act because of you’re unaware that you’re doing it. This condition is known as bruxism. And we want to explain 7 things that can help you prevent it. TIMESTAMPS:
Avoid caffeine and alcohol 2:50
Reduce stress levels in your life 4:02
Stop chewing things that are not food 4:54
Include calcium and magnesium in your diet 5:52
Pay attention to clenching 6:51 Relax properly before bed 7:43
Get a mouth guard 8:27 #bruxism #teethcare #clenching Music: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music SUMMARY:
– The reasons why a person has bruxism can vary and include psychological and genetic factors, a slightly “off” position of the upper teeth in relation to the lower teeth, and certain drugs.
– Нou should try to cut back on coffee, Coke, and energy drinks as they contain very high amounts of caffeine. If you drink them often, you can get too agitated and active during the day, making it much harder for you to relax and unwind when it’s bedtime. The same goes for alcohol.
– Stress is a common cause of bruxism. It makes you nervous during the day and restless at night.
– Chewing any non-food item brings more bacteria into your mouth and messes with your normal mouth activity. This habit is directly linked