How to cure gum disease

Feb­ru­ary 24, 2016, 21:44

Itchy teeth can be the result of gum dis­ease. These are quite unpleas­ant symp­toms that lead to a feel­ing of “scratch­ing” of the teeth. What can cause inflam­ma­tion and how can it be elim­i­nat­ed at home?


Caus­es of itch­ing

Inflam­ma­tion and itch­ing can be either a symp­tom of a seri­ous ill­ness or a nor­mal reac­tion of the body to a vari­ety of exter­nal stim­uli. A com­mon cold or pro­longed stress can also cause an unpleas­ant sen­sa­tion on the gums.

Do not rush to run to the den­tist, but do an exam­i­na­tion in front of the mir­ror. If you do not notice any seri­ous changes, your teeth do not bleed, do not turn yel­low, and no inflam­ma­tion has appeared on the walls of your mouth, you can try to get rid of the itch­ing your­self. There are many folk ways to fix the prob­lem. Of course, if this does not help you, you need to see a doc­tor. By the way, you should also be alert­ed by bad breath.

So, before mov­ing on to treat­ment recipes, let’s try to fig­ure out the pos­si­ble caus­es. They can hide in any­thing. For exam­ple, an over­ly hard tooth­brush or tooth­paste may not work for you. Ana­lyze this and select the appro­pri­ate brush. It is also not rec­om­mend­ed to save on tooth­paste — choose with herbs and med­i­c­i­nal com­po­nents that care­ful­ly care for the gums.

Stress at work and at home can cause your gums to “rebel”. For exam­ple, if you suf­fer from neu­roses. Calm down and ana­lyze your behav­ior. It is nec­es­sary to estab­lish a sleep pat­tern and make peace with loved ones. But some­times the rea­son can lie even in a cold — the body can­not cope with stress and even the gums will itch (since they are very sen­si­tive to bac­te­ria and changes in the state of sali­va). There­fore, a cold, run­ny nose — all this is the root cause of itch­ing.

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Aloe juice relieves inflam­ma­tion from the gums

Treat­ing itchy gums at home can be quite effec­tive. Rins­es with herbal extracts, water with the addi­tion of soda or salt, as well as rins­ing the gums with aloe juice, help very well. It should be not­ed that aloe juice real­ly effec­tive­ly soothes the gums from the very first appli­ca­tion. You can also rub the juice direct­ly into the gums or soak cot­ton wool in gauze with aloe juice and make com­press­es for the gums. The only neg­a­tive of this pro­ce­dure is that aloe juice is rather bit­ter in taste.

It is advis­able to rinse the oral cav­i­ty one hour before meals and imme­di­ate­ly after meals. Thus, you will not give bac­te­ria the oppor­tu­ni­ty to mul­ti­ply along with food debris. Decoc­tions of chamomile, cal­en­du­la, yarrow and sage are a great option for treat­ing inflam­ma­tion in the mouth. If you do not have time to make decoc­tions, use spe­cial gels for gums. that relieve inflam­ma­tion and itch­ing. The main thing in this sit­u­a­tion is not to let things take their course and not to endure. Also review your diet — it may not have enough vit­a­min C. Health to you!

The opin­ion of the edi­tors may not coin­cide with the opin­ion of the author of the arti­cle.

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