Home Remedies for Toothache Immediate Pain Relief
Yog Guru Vishuraj Sharma welcomes you to Yog Indya. Today we are going to talk about tooth ache. If you experience tooth ache suddenly in the middle of the night then, what do you have to doé Where would we find a é If you would only know that by just visiting the kitchen, you could relieve yourself from ache. Then, life would be so simple. Today will be talking about this only. The most important thing in your kitchen is cloves.
Cloves ! We have sabooth as well. Take one clove and not too much. You shall see on top of the clove, there is this thing that looks like a flower bud. Remove it off with your nails. Once its removed, clean that clove stick. This is actually was a flower but it has now dried. Take that clove piece and place it exactly on the tooth that is aching. Now immediately bite that clove.
As soon as you bit it, that clove will release some juices and that will relieve you from tooth ache. You even get clove oil in the market. Take some cotton. You can even apply this oil onto your finger and then massage it onto the affected tooth. You shall get instant relief and you shall sleep well. And after that you can consult a in the morning. Garlic also helps you with tooth ache and its easily available in the kitchen. If you don't find cloves but you have garlic.
Take a clove of garlic and peel it. If you can bite well and good because it will leave this burning sensation inn your mouth. If you can't bite it, then crush it with any tool. Apply that paste and brush it onto your tooth. Collect your own saliva in your mouth and now start gargling. Within 2 to 3 minutes you will feel relieved and will get some good sleep. You can consult a in the morning. Ice cube is one beneficial ingredient, that will help you cure tooth ache.
Take a cube of ice. Apply this on the outer side of the affected tooth. As you apply this, your skin will go numb. Wrap that cube of ice in a handkerchief and place it on the tooth. Within 2 to 3 minutes you will feel relieved. Some people have bad breath. People start wondering, as to what can be done about this. The reason behind this is.
Germs start living on your gums. Small particles of food stuff tend to stick to our gums. We do not have the habit of brushing after eating. So, try and brush twice a day. And if you still have a bad breath. Then there is another remedy for this. Take whole wheat and soak it over night in water. It will start sprouting in the morning.
Banfield Pet Risks and Signs of Dental Disease in Dogs and Cats
Music gt;gt;NARRATOR: Periodontal disease. gt;gt;DR. WEBB: Hi, I'm Webb, a veterinarianat Banfield Pet . As your partner in pet care, it's our goalto help you keep your pet healthy and happy. Today we're going to share some informationwith you about periodontal disease. gt;gt;NARRATOR: Healthy teeth and gums are oneof the best healthcare gifts you can give your pet. Did you know that 68% of cats and 78% of dogsshow signs of periodontal, or dental disease
after age threeé Dental disease is a bacterial infection ofthe tissue that surrounds the teeth. It sounds harmless, but the truth is thatdental disease can cause a lot more than just bad breath. In fact, Banfield's Applied Research Knowledgeteam, called BARK, has found that dental disease is the most common disease in dogs and cats. Here's what you should know about dental disease'ssigns and symptoms. Just as in humans, dental disease begins withplaque and tartar buildup on your pet's tooth
surface. Food particles and bacteria rest along thegum line, forming plaque. At first, it's soft and easy to remove athome with brushing or dental chews. If it's not removed quickly, within threeto four days, plaque mineralizes and hardens, turning into tartar, which is a yellowishbrowncolor. The bacteria in tartar can cause gingivitis,which is inflammation of the gums. If tartar isn't regularly removed, it willcontinue to accumulate along and inside the gum line,
encouraging more bacterial growth. Gingivits can easily and rapidly progressto more severe inflammation, or periodontitis. This leads to infections, tooth loss, bonedamage and associated pain. gt;gt;DR. WEBB: If left untreated, severe dentaldisease can lead to bacterial infections that spread through the bloodstream to other organsin the body including the heart and kidneys, causing chronic disease and even organ failure. It's important to visit your Banfield veterinarianif you notice any of the following signs in your pet.
These may appear suddenly or develop slowlyover time: gt;gt;NARRATOR:Bad breath Decreased appetite Pain when chewing or chewing only on one sideof mouth Weight loss Yellow teeth Red or swollen gums Missing, cracked or broken teeth
Nasal discharge Tearing or swelling below one eye Thanks for listening. Remember, you know your pet best. And we know how to help you keep them healthy. For more information on this and other pethealthcare topics, visit banfield Music.