Managing Toothache

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Jun 302017
 

Millions of us have a well ingrained fear of the dentist, and put off a trip until pain makes it necessary. That could be a bad decision, as not all toothaches are caused by the teeth. Finding and fixing the cause could save your life. Naturally, most toothaches do involve our teeth, and getting them fixed is the best answer to dealing with the pain.

Tooth Decay: There are many factors involved in tooth decay. Heredity, diet and proper hygiene are the top three. If your family has a history of weak teeth, diet and hygiene need to be attended to even more. Ask the dentist to show you how best to brush. Brushing too hard is almost as bad as not brushing them enough, as it can scratch the enamel and let bacteria deeper. To help ease the pain until you get to the dentist, oil of cloves placed on the sore spot could be useful.

One word of warning; there are some studies indicating a link between tooth decay and heart problems. Putting off necessary care could be a life threatening decision. Read More Here ...

Causes and Symptoms Of Kidney Infection

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Feb 212017
 

Kidney infection or nephritis can be quite uncomfortable and painful if not treated in time. Usually cause by a set of bacteria that enter our body, the urinary tract gets inflamed and causes an unpleasant sensation in the lower back, along with difficulty to urinate. A light diet and plenty of water help keep the kidneys hydrated and ease the pain and pressure, making you feel better instantly.

Causes and Symptoms of a Kidney Infection

Kidney infection, also known as nephritis is usually caused by a bacteria from the staphylococcus and streptococcus family. These bacteria enter the body quite quickly from our environment, often through the urinary tract. In women, kidney inflammation can be found more often due to the different anatomy of the body and because of the vicinity of the urethra to the anal opening, which allows for an easier transfer of bacteria to the urinary tract, including the kidneys.

As the symptoms of a kidney infection can be easily mistaken for other conditions such as flu, or Escherichia coli infection, it is important to seek medical assistance as a specialist can run a series of tests to determine the correct diagnosis. The most common symptoms of kidney infection include dark urine which is reddish in color, back pain occurring in the kidney area, a burning sensation while urinating, swelling of the face, a slight fever, potential fatigue and general exhaustion along with a loss of appetite and headaches. Read More Here ...

Natural Ways to Get Rid of Acne

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Jun 152016
 

Acne curesOftentimes, people who suffer from acne try to find natural ways to get rid of acne. After all, although some acne products tend to work at first, over time you almost always have to move on and find something else. Plus, most of the acne products on the market feature harsh chemicals that may be irritating to your skin.

For the most part, natural ways to get rid of acne have been found to be just as effective as those products that are sold at pharmacies and stores. Sometimes, however, it can take using several different methods at once in order to achieve the best results.

Most of the natural ways to get rid of acne require using fruit, vegetables, or herbs. Popular substances include mint juice, garlic, honey, oatmeal, and toothpaste. Honey has actually been used for a long time due to its antimicrobial properties, in addition to the fact that is soothing to the skin.

Oolong and White Tea For Health

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Apr 122016
 

Oolong Tea
An impressive type of Chinese tea that anyone can enjoy is oolong tea. This is a tea that is noted for being able to work with a variety of different oxidation levels.

Oolong tea, like other Chinese teas, works with the camellia sinensis leaf. The oxidation process for this tea is something that will vary. The camellia sinensis leaves will have to be gathered from their sources and then left out to oxidize. All leaves will be brought into a climate controlled room where they can dry out.

Different oolong tea leaves will be left in different rooms for fermentation. This is done because of how different types of oolong teas will work with different fermentation levels. There are light teas that are fermented less than halfway through. There are also dark oolong teas that are fermented to levels of sixty to eighty percent in value. The fermentation forms make this different from green or black teas.