How I Healed My Tooth Infection Without Antibiotics
Hi guys! It's Adelle with authentista .I hope this tutorial finds you well. If you're watching this, based on the title you mightnot be feeling so great but I wish you a speedy recovery. I have a quick question for youdo you know what this isé This my friends is a prescription for antibiotics that I wasgiven not too long ago. I was experiencing some radiating pains in my jaw. It was alsoaccompanied by some shooting feelings going through my head and my neck on one side. SoI ended up going and seeing a bunch of dental specialists one day to get some opinions.Basically what was going on in my mouth was that there was an infection likely underneathan old root canal. There's a lot of controversy
coming up now about root canals. Having adead essentially body part still remaining in your body is what that works out to. Itcan open your body up to bacteria which is what happened to me. There was nothing wrongwith the tooth, there was nothing wrong with the gum tissue um but there was somethinggoing on, some type of infection underneath. He pretty much told me that the only thinghe'd recommend was just for me to take antibiotics for a week and move on with my life. And Iwas just like no no antibiotics because I, I have been learning more and more about theeffects of pharmaceutical antibiotics on a person's system. Now there's no argument thatantibiotics have save some people's lives
and they are entirely necessary in some situations.But if we're using a systemic antibiotic to treat something that's going on in our jaw,we're going to be running into side effects, serious problems in health down the line.Now I'm not here to convince you whether you should or shouldn't use antibiotics for yourparticular situation, that's entirely up to you. I told him I would take the prescriptionhe gave me, think about it, but I was going to use natural methods to overcome my infection.And I did it in one day! So I basically used five things to get over my tooth infectionin one day: AHCC, ionic silver, olive leaf extract, candex and I also used probioticswhich I don't have out because those need
to be kept in the fridge. So the first one,AHCC. AHCC activates your own immune system to fight the formation of abnormal cells.I heard from a reliable source that this is actually something that they use to help fightthe anthrax concern that we had when we had that anthrax breakout, so I mean this stuffis no joke. It's now also being used to treat things like cancer, hepatitis, diabetes, cardiovasculardisease and there are many in vivo, human clincal trials you can find online about AHCCthat show the effectiveness. It's not cheap, it's about two dollars a pill. I took it onan empty stomach, first thing in the morning, in the middle of the day, again on an emptystomach so you kind of want to wait about
two hours after having eaten. I know that'slike a bit much but I like to be super certain. And then again I took it before bed. I tooktwo of them each time. Now the second thing that I took was this product I've got herecalled candex. Now basically what candex is, is it's an enzyme that eats through fungalwalls. i know it sounds really gross but let me explain for a second. We all have a naturallevel of candida and certain amounts of yeast in our body. They produce different b vitamins,they're part of our natural ecosystem. But if we're messing around with the bacteriain our body on any kind of level, the bacteria that normally keep the candida in check arewiped out and you risk having them start to
proliferate. That's why sometimes a lot ofpeople who take antibiotics they may experience gastrointestinal problems, yeast infections.So I took the candex with during the treatment just in case. So there's no harm in takingthis if you don't have that issue. All it does is digest certain types of cell walls.So if you were to take it and eat a salad, it would break down the salad, basically.Now I also took this on an empty stomach So I would take the first pill and then waitabout an hour and a half and then take the candex. I took this in the morning and theevening as well. Now this is definitely one of the stars of the show. This is ionic silver.Now silver is found in the soil, in plants
7 Most Painful Dental Conditions Ever How They Will Kill You
These are the seven most painful dental conditions ever. After watching this, you'll be scared shitless about your next trip to the dentist. Number 7: Dental AbscessA dental abscess is an infection inside the tooth or the gums that's filled with pus.If not treated properly, it has the potential to turn deadly. While there are a few differenttypes of abscesses, they generally all have similar symptoms. The pain involved with an abscess usuallystarts off mild, but can quickly become extremely painful. The pain has been described as athrobbing or shooting sensation. The area in question will also swell up turn red.In more extreme cases, the abscess may spread
to the bones tissue near the teeth, whichcould cause swelling in the face or lymph glands on the neck. The pain will then spreadto the side of the face near the toothache. If a severe abscess were to go untreated,it could eventually spread internally to tissues muscles near the infected area. This spreadcan lead to a dangerous condition known as Ludwig's angina, or an infection occuringon the floor of the mouth. This disease can be deadly as it often restricts necessaryairways. In fact, the name â€œanginaâ€� is derived from the Greek word â€œankhon,â€�meaning â€œstrangling.â€� In addition to feelings of being strangled, the face, neck, headwill also become infected.
It is even possible for people to die froman abscess. Famous fashion designer notorious Nazi supporter Hugo Boss died from a toothabcess in 1948. A 12yearold boy named Deamonte Driver died from a tooth abscess as well whenit spread to his brain. Despite two operations six weeks in the , his life couldnot be saved. The same thing happened in 2011 to 24yearold Kyle Willis when the infectionspread to his brain caused it to swell. In the cases of both Driver Willis, a delayin treatment was due to the fact that neither of them had health insurance. Number 6: Periodontal Gum DiseasePeriodontal gum disease is the result when
gingivitis goes untreated. It appears as inflammation infection around the tooth when severe enough, can cause tooth loss damage to yourbone structure. Once your gums are infected, they begin pulling away from the tooth. Thisspace allows bacteria to form underneath the gums. It'll then progress by badly damagingthe bone structure under the gums usually results in teeth falling out or being removedif not treated properly. Symptoms of periodontal gum disease includesensitive teeth, bleeding gums, swollen gums, loose teeth, painful chewing. It is oftenthe result of smoking, hormonal changes, or a byproduct of other diseases such as diabetesor even AIDS.
Number 5: EdentulismEdentulism is a condition in which one is either completelyâ€”or at least partiallyâ€”toothless.It affects an estimated 158 million people worldwide. As we all can suspect, losing one's teethcan be very problematic. Teeth serve many basic yet important functions such as chewingfood, maintaining speech, supporting your facial structure. Teeth also allow humansto break their food down in a manner that is more digestible through a process knownas mastication. As a result, malnutrition is a very possible side effect, which mayadditionally have a domino effect. Weight
loss, constipation, arthritis have beenknown to occur as well. In the most extreme cases of edentulism, the condition has evenbeen connected to more serious sometimes lifethreatening diseases such as Parkinson'sdisease, heart problems, even cancer. Number 4: TMJ ConditionsTemporomandibular joint dysfunction, or TMJ, describes a condition in which three importantparts of the mouth experience pain: the muscles that move the jaw, the muscles of mastication, the temporomandibular joints (which connect the mandible to the skull). If left untreated,TMJ conditions can become chronic quite painful.
Periodontal disease begins in the quot;gingival sulcus,quot; a cuff of soft tissue around the necks of the teeth where they emerge through the gums. Healthy gingiva are pink in colorand the sulcus depth ranges from zero to three millimeters measured from the tip ofthe gingival margin to the base of the sulcus. The attachment fibers connecting thegums to the teeth, and the teeth to the bone are intact.
The gums are resilient, and neitherbleed nor hurt when being probed. During meals, food debris accumulates inthe sulcus. When mixed with mouth bacteria, andproteins from saliva, plaque and lessobvious biofilm are formed. Both are harmful to teeth and periodontalstructures. Left in place on the teeth, bacterialplaque and biofilm begin to mineralize, forming hardened deposits calledquot;calculusquot; which can only be removed with dental instruments.
In response to the increased bacteria adjacent to the soft gingiva, the body sends immune cells and healing cells to thearea by way of the circulation. The increased blood flow to the gingiva produces red, enlarged and tender gum tissues a reversible condition knownas quot;gingivitis,quot; in which the periodontal attachment fibers remainintact. Continuous exposure to acids and enzymesfrom plaque bacteria and the body's immune response to them eventuallycauses the periodontal attachment to be lost
an irreversible condition known asquot;periodontitis.quot; The sulcus depth increases to the pointwhere the patient can no longer effectively remove plaque leading to thedestruction of toothsupporting bone. Smoking impairs blood flow, and can significantly interfere with thepatients' ability to fight the bacterial infection. Other factors may be involved. Generalized periodontitis affects all ofthe teeth.
They may loosen, appear unnaturally longan unattractive, and may ultimately be lost. When multiple back teeth are lost, thefront teeth may be unable to support closing forces of the jaw muscles. They begin to tip and move. The cheeks begin to collapse inwardwhere the back teeth are missing, and the lack of proper support for the jawjoints may cause them to ache, pop and click. Periodontal bacteria can enter the body'scirculatory system through leaky blood vessels.
Once inside, the bacteria can lead toblood clots, and inflamed vessels which constrict indiameter, leading to strokes, heart disease, heartattacks, and poor circulation in the extremities.