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Learning The Causes Of Bad Breath In Babies And Children

Among Them Are A Chronic Sinus Infection And Acid Reflux

Bad breath is caused by smoking, poor oral health, and certain foods. These are the causes in the case of adults, but in the case of babies and children, the caused might be different. The main cause is a chronic sinus infection, which accumulated mucus in the sinuses, and it decomposes in the mouth, resulting in bad breath. Another cause is swollen tonsils caused by decomposition of trapped debris and bacteria. Acid reflux is another cause of bad breath, due to the fact that n some cases, the stomach valve that prevents the return of the food matter is not completely developed in babies, resulting in heartburn. Without a proper oral hygiene, children can get gum disease and tooth decay, leading to bad breath. Check all the caused for bad breath in babies and children. More Information click here.

Testosterone Deficiency Can Be Mistaken For Old Age Or Even Anemia

Symptoms Include Lack Of Energy, Erectile Dysfunction, Mouth Injuries, Tinnitus, Headaches, And Even Hair Loss

Testosterone deficiency is a condition that affects 38% of men over 45. It occurs when the testicles are not producing enough testosterone. It is caused by insufficient testosterone production by the testicles, which affects several body functions, such as libido, concentration, mood, and strength. Among the symptoms are tiredness and lack of energy, weight gain, low mood, lack of concentration, reduced strength and endurance, erectile dysfunction, and low sex drive. However, according to a new research, 70% of the cases could be mistaking testosterone deficiency for natural signs of aging. Another condition that can have similar symptoms as testosterone deficiency is anemia. Other signs of anemia are tiredness and lack of energy, noticeable heartbeats (heart palpitations), shortness of breath, and pale skin. there are also headache, tinnitus, food tasting strange, itchiness, and hair loss. There are also oral issues, such as difficulty swallowing, a sore tongue, and painful open sores in the corners of the mouth. Additional info click here.

A Proper Oral Hygiene Also Includes Tongue Scraping

Learn How To Clean It Properly

We have discussed the importance of brushing for a good oral hygiene. However, it also includes cleaning the tongue. Foul-smelling bacteria resides not only on the teeth surface or between the teeth, but also in the tongue. Therefore, oral hygiene must include brushing, flossing and also tongue scraping. It requires a tongue scraper, a soft toothbrush or even the same toothbrush used for the teeth. Just extend your tongue, and scrape from the back of the tongue. If there is a gag reflex, you can try humming as a distraction. Additional information click here.

Cucumbers Promote Bone Health And Help Reducing Bad Breath

They Also Lower The Level Of Bad Cholesterol And Increase The Level Of The Good One

Besides being great for salads, cucumbers also have beneficial health properties. They are rich in vitamin K, promoting bone health. Vitamin K, is fundamental for bone health and formation, and low levels of this vitamin have been linked to an increase in the risk of fractures and osteoporosis. Cucumber seeds lowers the level of cholesterol, decreasing the bad cholesterol (LDL) and triglycerides, and increasing the good one (HDL). Also, according to recent studies, it reduces the risk of estrogen-related cancers, such as breast, ovary, uterus, and prostate cancer. The fluid in cucumbers also helps fighting bad breath. Along with saliva, it cleanses the foul-smelling bacteria from the mouth. Click here for more details.

Learning How To Take Care Of Babies’ Teeth And Gums

Use A Small Amount Of Fluoridated Toothpaste

Most people know how to take care of their teeth, brush them and avoid gum disease. What about babies? As soon as the first tooth appears, there are tips to follow for a good oral health. One of them is using fluoride, which strengthens tooth enamel and repairs the early damage – just remember to use a bit of fluoride toothpaste for the baby. Also brush the baby’s teeth with a soft washcloth, if he is under one year, twice a day. A healthy diet is also important. Check all the advice for good oral health in babies. Click here for more info.

Poor Posture Can Have Consequences On The Body And The Mind

It Affects Respiration And Causes Back Pain, Headaches, Mental Stress, Acid Reflux, And Even May Affect The Breath

A poor posture not only affects the musculoskeletal system, leading to back pain and joint pain but also can harm other parts of the body. It prevents a proper respiration, because of the position of the diaphragm. Also, the stress on the neck can cause headaches, hip and lower joint pain due to the muscles imbalances due to poor posture. Slouching also causes organ compression in the abdominal area, resulting in acid reflux and heartburn, and the body has to make an extra effort to digest food. Also, acid reflux and poor digestion may cause the return of food matter up to the threat and oral cavity, affecting the teeth, due to its acidity, and resulting in bad breath. Another consequence is the physical and mental stress caused by the misalignment of the body, leading to pain and loss of motivation. Click here for more details.

There Are Foods That Will Harm The Tooth Enamel

Among Them Are Acidic Foods Such As Citrus And Tomatoes

There are foods that could be harmful to the teeth. Known foods are sugar-based processed foods, candy, and sugary sodas, which promote the accumulation of plaque that lead to cavities and gum disease, if there is not a proper oral health. There are other foods that will create an acidic environment in the mouth, which softens and attacks the enamel if not cleaned, and increases the risk of teeth sensitivity. Among them are citrus fruits such as oranges and lemons, and the tomato sauce in pasta. This sauce is even more acidic if it is made from canned tomatoes. Picked and fermented foods re also acidic, but they promote gut health. Since these foods soften the tooth enamel, it is better to rinse the mouth after the meal, but wait 20 minutes to brush the teeth, because the enamel must be given time to harden. Other foods might cause cracks in the teeth, such as popcorn containing unpopped kernels, and chewing ice. People with fillings must be specially careful with these two foods. More Information click here.

Fixing Irregular Teeth With Braces Has Not Only Cosmetic Benefits

It Will Decrease The Risk Of Gum Disease, Linked To Several Serious Health Conditions

Some of us are just born with irregular teeth, also known as malocclusions. These are corrected with braces, resulting in a great smile. However, cosmetic reasons are not the only ones. Irregular teeth will increase the risk of gum disease, which, according to studies, can result in a higher probability of heart disease or strokes. Other studies link gingivitis to a poor memory and a higher risk of Alzheimer’s. Check all the benefits. Additional details click here.

The Sharp Pain In Your Teeth Or The Excess Sensitivity Can Be A Cavity

Learn To Identify All The Symptoms

Cavities are caused by the bacteria in the plaque, which attacks the tooth enamel. Improper brushing and flossing will leave plaque in certain areas, such as between the teeth, resulting in a cavity. The most common symptom is a toothache, which happens when the bacteria has drilled into the sensitive tooth areas, causing an inflammation. Another symptom is excess sensitivity with acidic, hot or cold foods. Worn tooth enamel exposes microscopic tubes, which allow nerve cells to be stimulated by these foods. Also, cavities can be detected visually, either as a hole in the teeth or as a different color. Check all the symptoms of cavities. More info click here.

Teeth Grinding Can Wear Out The Enamel And Even Affect The Tooth Support Bone

It Is Also Called Bruxism And Is Caused By Anxiety Or Stress

Teeth grinding, or bruxism is caused by stress, anxiety and even poor alignment. It has serious consequences because it wears the tooth enamel, and usually occurs at night, when we are asleep and not conscious. One of the signs is a waking up with a deep headache and a sore jaw. Worn-down enamel exposes the dentin, showing a change in the color of the teeth to orange or yellow. Also, exposed dentin increases teeth sensitivity. Another issue is the risk of cracking the enamel and also affecting the bone that supports the tooth, along with the bone. The jaw muscles and the temporomandibular joint also suffer from the repetitive grinding. Additional details click here.

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