health tips for toothache

Got a Bad Toothache? Here's health tips for toothache!

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It's not until we get that all too familiar electric jolt of pain to the tooth and then the never ending throbbing that we remember our teeth.
Toothache pain can quite literally drive you mad!... On and On it goes... The aching and the persistent throbbing just doesn't ease up, not even a little.
You've taken painkillers all day, but they don't help. You can't concentrate on anything, you can't sleep for the pain, you feel utterly miserable and worse still your dentist can't see you until the middle of next week... What can you do?

health tips  For 'Rapid' Toothache Pain Relief

We've scoured the internet and several online forums to collate a list of popular natural toothache remedies that you can use immediately.
We didn't include every single remedy that was mentioned, we only picked those that were (a) commented on the most and proven to work, and (b) were readily available at home or easily purchased. Toothache remedies start on page 2 (see links at bottom).
As you'll discover soon enough, where over-the-counter painkillers have failed to stop the constant throbbing pain of a severe toothache, some of these simple remedies will kill the pain within a few minutes.
A word of caution: The information in this report is not intended to replace the professional medical advice of your dentist and only offers solutions for providing temporary pain relief until such time as a consultation with your dentist is possible.

What Causes A Toothache?

There could be several factors at play where toothache pain is merely a manifestation of some other underlying issue.
This can be something as simple as hypersensitivity in teeth which react strongly to hot or cold liquids, or exposure to cold air.
Over 40 million adults in the US alone suffer from tooth sensitivity, due in great part to eating a very poor diet, but can also be an unwanted side-effect from the use of some types of teeth whitening products
The chemical bleach preparation of some brands of teeth whitening products is highly acidic and weakens the protective tooth enamel layer thus increasing the risk of tooth sensitivity, tooth decay and demineralization.
Just as a side note, many off the shelf brand tooth whiteners, particularly those contained in toothpaste don't actually whiten the tooth enamel, instead they irritate the gums giving them a darkish red appearance. This gives the illusion of the teeth being whiter than they actually are.
Sensitivity in teeth can also occur when the gum line recedes (often due to the aging process), the less protective gum layer there is covering the dentine and nerves progressively increases the sensitivity of teeth to hot and cold foods and drinks.
For tooth sensitivity there are several recommended toothpaste brands which can help alleviate the symptoms of hypersensitivity whilst also avoiding things like ice cream and hot drinks is recommended. (Sensodyne is one of the more popular brands and is also recommended by dentists)
Toothaches that occur because of tooth sensitivity are quite often due to excessive wear on the teeth, which can be further accelerated by unconscious tooth grinding a condition known as 'Bruxism'. Most people aren't even aware that they suffer from this condition as it tends to occur when they are asleep.
This constant grinding can wear down the teeth which leaves little separation between the dentine and the pulp. Once the dentine is exposed the pulp which contains the nerves transmits pain signals to the brain, hence the reason why dental cavities and injured teeth exposed to cold air are painful and sensitive.
Other causes of toothache are more obvious such as a cracked tooth, a broken or loose filling, dental caries from eating acidic and sweet foods that corrode the fillings and the tooth's protective enamel layer.
This corrosion of the tooth surface is the work of bacteria which is ever present on the teeth. The bacteria that live in the mouth breaks down the sugary refined foods you eat and produces acid which eats away at the protective enamel of the tooth, eventually resulting in a cavity, infection and toothache.

Gingivitis Can Lead to Gum Line Recession

Tooth pain can be further exacerbated if gingivitis is present (inflammation of the gums). Gingivitis eventually causes gum line recession as tartar gradually builds around the teeth in the absence of proper brushing and flossing.
You can probably spot the early signs of Gingivitis, the gums are red, inflamed and swollen, and bleed easily when brushed or flossed.
Gingivitis starts out harmless enough as regular plaque but if allowed to accumulate and build-up over time, it hardens into a yellow-brownish calcified cement-like structure which clings to the base of the teeth between the tooth and the gum line and becomes difficult to remove without the aid of a dentist. This hardened tartar must be physically scraped from the teeth.
The reason why tartar is such a problem is because when left untouched it pushes the gum line down, forcing the gums to recede and expose more tooth, it's this, that is responsible for the majority of tooth loss in adults rather than the cavities themselves.

Poor Gum Health is The Leading Cause of Tooth Loss

The leading cause of tooth loss in American adults over the age of 35 is poor gum health (periodontal disease), staggeringly it's estimated that 75% of this group have some form of gum disease, and that 60% had little knowledge of proper dental care with 39% not attending the dentist regularly.
It's no surprise why people experience tooth loss and tooth related ailments, more today than at any other time. This is all due to a lack of education on proper dental hygiene, and a poor diet consisting of 'high sugar content' foods and drinks, refined foods, fast foods, sodas, all containing masses of added sugars.
Once tartar takes a hold it 'shrinks the gums', it forces the gums to recede and to pull away from the teeth, opening little spaces around the teeth known as 'pockets' where microscopic bits of food can become lodged attracting acid producing bacteria.
This is what causes the teeth to become loose, and if left untreated the surrounding bone mass which is needed to firmly anchor the tooth is eaten away by the acid. Unless blunt force is used, tooth loss is a very gradual process, and intervention can prevent the condition from getting much worse.
'Prevention and not cure' is always the best solution, good oral hygiene is essential health tips if you want to avoid suffering from severe toothache pain, paying inflated dental fees or loosing your teeth.
Brush your teeth at least twice a day, after breakfast and just before you go to bed, but don't brush more than three times in a day as you may damage your gums. Use only a soft to medium hardness toothbrush and change your brush every 3-4 months, and finally, don't forget to floss , once a day is fine

























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HEALTH BENEFITS OF PINEAPPLE

pineapple and its health benefits







Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)
Energy 209 kJ (50 kcal)
carbohydrates
Sugars 9.85 g
Dietary fiber 1.4 g
Vitamins
Thiamine (B1 ) 0.079 mg(7%)
Riboflavin (B2 ) 0.032 mg(3%)
Niacin (B 3) 0.5 mg(3%)
Pantothenic acid (B5 ) 0.213 mg(4%)
Vitamin B6 0.112 mg(9%)
Folate (B9) 18 μg(5%)

Choline 5.5 mg(1%)
Vitamin C 47.8 mg(58%)
Trace metals
Calcium 13 mg(1%)
Iron 0.29 mg(2%)
Magnesium 12 mg(3%)
Manganese 0.927 mg(44%)
Phosphorus 8 mg(1%)
Potassium 109 mg(2%)
Sodium 1 mg(0%)
Zinc 0.12 mg(1%)


Immune system support

Pineapple contains half of the daily-recommended value of vitamin C, according to the FDA. Vitamin C is a primary water-soluble antioxidant that fights cell damage, according to the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University. This makes vitamin C a helpful fighter against problems such as heart disease and joint pain.
Bone strength
Pineapple may help you keep standing tall and strong. The fruit contains nearly 75 percent of the daily-recommended value of the mineral manganese, which is essential in developing strong bones and connective tissue, according to the Linus Pauling Institute.
One 1994 study suggested that manganese, along with other trace minerals, may be helpful in preventing osteoporosis in post-menopausal women.
Eye health

Pineapples can help reduce the risk of macular degeneration, a disease that affects the eyes as people age, due in part to its high amount of vitamin C and the antioxidants it contains, Flores said.
Digestion
Like many other fruits and vegetables, pineapple contains dietary fiber, which is essential in keeping you regular and in keeping your intestines healthy, according to the Mayo Clinic. But unlike many other fruits and veggies, pineapple contains significant amounts of bromelain, an enzyme that breaks down protein, possibly helping digestion, according to the American Cancer Society.
Anti-Inflammatory benefits
Due to a complex mixture of substances that can be extracted from the core of the pineapple, well known as bromelain, pineapples can help reduce severe inflammation ... and can reduce tumor growth, Flores said. A variety of studies have indicated that bromelain may be helpful in treating osteoarthritis, though more research is needed.
Excessive inflammation is often associated with cancer, and according to the Memorial
Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, bromelain and other proteolytic enzymes have been shown to increase the survival rates of animals with various tumors. There is not yet, however, clinical evidence to show that such results will happen in humans.
Blood clot reduction
Flores noted that because of their bromelain levels, pineapples can help reduce excessive coagulation of the blood. This makes pineapple a good snack for frequent fliers and others at risk for blood clots.
Common cold and sinus inflammation
In addition to having lots of vitamin C, pineapples bromelain may help reduce mucus in the throat and nose, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. So if your cold has you coughing, try some pineapple chunks. Those with allergies may want to consider incorporating pineapple into their diets more regularly to reduce sinus mucus long term.
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FRUITS THAT CURE DIABETES

FRUITS  THAT CURE DIABETES

FRUITS FOR DIABETES: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW

Many patients with diabetes suffer because they are ignorant of the exact diet to take. Experts, in this report by Sade Oguntola, say that it is necessary for patients to understand what, how, when and why they should eat fruits.
Eating fruit is a healthy way to satisfy hunger and meet daily nutritional needs. However, most fruits contain sugar, which raises questions about whether they are healthy for diabetics.
Is fruit unhealthy for people with diabetes? Certainly, fruits consumption is healthy and it should be part of everyone’s balanced diet to provide enough energy and help to maintain a healthy weight.
Some fruits such as mangoes are high in sugar, but can be part of a healthy diet as long as not too many are eaten. But, the consumption of some fruits is restricted in persons with diabetes whose blood sugar control is bad.

Fruits for people with diabetes to eat or avoid

“Not all fruits should be consumed by persons with diabetes, especially those with very sweet taste, because of their glucose and fructose content,” said Dr Adebowale Adewunmi, a consultant nephrologist, Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH).
“This is not saying that they cannot take a whole orange or apple a day because they equally need vitamin C and other nutrients present in these fruits. But we do not encourage intake of fruits like pineapple that has very high sugar content,” he said.
He said diabetics with poor sugar control are always asked to stop consuming fruits with sweet taste such as oranges and banana, till  they achieve a good blood sugar level control.
Dr Adewunmi, however, said there is no restriction in amount of fruits such as African garden egg, cucumber, carrot and grapefruit that can be consumed.
Professor Abayomi Akanji, an endocrinologist at Quinnipiac University, Connecticut, United States of America, declared as incorrect the notion that diabetics should not take all kinds of fruits. “Many people essentially eat what they could find. So in general, persons living with diabetes are only asked to avoid intake of simple sugars, adding sugar to their tea, coffee or food; oily foods as well as junk foods.”
Also, the mode of preparing the food is equally important. Steamed or grilled foods are healthier than fried foods.

Amount of fruit to take

For decades, five serving of fruits is recommended per day for every individual. The size of a baseball or a small piece of orange, apple or half the size of a medium sized banana is equivalent to a fruit serving.
In persons living with diabetes, the quantity of fruits consumed is also important.  Moreover, Professor Akanji said fruits cannot be taken as a meal by a diabetic. While vegetables can serve as a meal, fruits are supposed to be like desserts.
Professor Akanji added that coloured fruits, in particular are very good because they contain chemical substances such as carotene that are important for body functions such as good eye sight.”
He cautioned however that consumption of fruits that have sweet taste should be in moderation, urging that people stay within the limit of five servings of fruits a day.
“Calories from the recommended five servings of fruits per day are not too much. Staying within this limit will not cause a spike in blood sugar level compared with say rice or bread,” he said.

Eating fruit plays a role in managing diabetes

Professor Akanji said that fruit consumption is good not only because they contain vitamins, but also antioxidants that can actually delay the progression of some complications of diabetes.
“So, I am not going to prescribe that you do not take orange, apple and so on, but that the intake of fruits should be in moderation and within the specification that your doctor or dietician has given you,” he said.
Also, he declared that fresh fruits are better than fruit juices that most times are sweetened.
Intake of fruit smoothies or homemade juices, he said must also be within limits.
“Fruit smoothies, which is blended fruit, has high fibre content and it is going to actually help to reduce blood sugar level,” he declared.
Interestingly, garden eggs and cucumbers were the best snacks for diabetics. Jummai Abdul, a dietician with Wuse Hospital, Abuja, said “If such a patient is hungry, he should go for garden egg and cucumber which serve as the best snacks for him.”
Abdul also recommended a little quantity of unripe paw-paw and grape which she said cannot increase patient’s blood sugar level.
According to her: “Patients should take all classes of nutrients including carbohydrate, protein, mineral, vitamins and vegetables such as green, pumpkin leaf, spinach, and steamed cabbage.”
She, however, warned that it was important to apply limitation in the consumption of the items.
“The quantity of food to be taken by a patient depends on the Body Mass Index (IBM) of an individual and the blood sugar level.

Safe fruits for diabetics

  • Strawberries: Its antioxidants support good for eye sight by preventing diabetic retinopathy and diabetic cataracts.
  • Apples: Aside helping to lower cholesterol and regulate blood sugar levels and bowel function, its anti-inflammatory effect can help diabetics to recover from infections faster.
  • Pears: Pears is rich in vitamins and minerals and a good source of fibre to help regulate blood sugar levels, lower cholesterol and improve digestive health.
  • Grapefruit: This great source of vitamin C also contains chemical substances, which can increase the body’s sensitivity to insulin and helps to maintain a healthy weight.
  • Oranges: Aside its high content of soluble fibre, oranges help to keep blood sugar levels under control and lowers blood cholesterol levels.
  • Guavas: Guavas are very low in GI and helps to keep your blood sugar levels steady and energy sustained.


























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Awesome 7 Apps for children health

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7 Best Health apps for Children

For parents, their children's health is a constant concern. But today's busy parents don't want to wait in a sick room at the doctor's office or spend hours Googling symptoms. So, we've gathered a list of the latest and greatest children health apps  that you need to know about right now.

Moms1stDoctors2nd

Who do you trust more for advice when your little one is sick? Your mom and mom friends, or your child's doctor? What if you could ask both at once? That is the premise behind Moms1stDoctors2nd, a website that offers free medical information from moms, who are also doctors. "Moms plus Doctors equal providers who are compassionate, nurturing and accomplished," said the site's founder, Mark Friend, in a press release. Users can access info on local providers, ask questions and even find out who a mom doc's own favorite doctor is.

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Doctor On Demand

Have you ever wished seeing your doctor was as easy as pushing a button? Doctor On Demand makes instant access to health care a reality. Patients can download the app to their smartphone, tablet or desktop computer and instantly Video Visit with a board-certified physician for pediatric, psychological, lactation needs and more from home. No appointments, and no dragging a sick child to the pediatrician. The first Video Visit is free, and after that, the cost is $40. Some insurance providers even cover the fee.

5-2-1-0 Kids

From the Henry Ford Health System in Detroit comes 5-2-1-0 Kids, a free app geared toward helping kids ages 4-9 be healthier in daily life. The app, which is available for Android and IOS devices, is a collection of four mini-games that teaches kids, through fun games and activities, about making healthy food choices and being more active. For instance, kids earn points for catching healthy foods on their plates and completing non-screen time activities, like drawing a picture. Don't worry; parents can monitor kids' screen time. "Our hope is that the app will encourage quality family time. When parents are involved, it really helps reinforce healthy behavior," said Henry Ford pediatrician Stacy Leatherwood, MD.

Baby Bundle

Designed with new parents in mind, Baby Bundle is a one-stop interactive mobile app with multiple-child functionality. The application is available for iPad and iPhone and was created by nationally renowned parenting expert, mom-of-three, and board-certified pediatrician Jennifer Trachtenberg, MD, aka Dr. Jen. It features monitoring tools,  avaccination and check-up planner, and a sharable Stream of Life photo journal that documents the first two years of a child's life. Parents can also utilize Baby Bundle's baby monitor and get advice from, and ask questions to, a medical expert.

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30Second Mom

Sometimes all the advice and info out there can be overwhelming. Enter  30SecondMom, an app that offers "snackable" health content for busy moms to read, view and share in just 30 seconds. Creator Elisa All partnered with Loyola University Health System to produce health tips on topics like seasonal illnesses, vaccines, self-care tips and more. The content, authored by five of Loyola's leading doctors who are also moms, is delivered daily to user's mobile devices, and it's free on iPhone and Android.

Kurbo

Kurbo offers free and subscription-based mobile weight loss and health coaching for kids and teens. This digital adaptation of the Stanford Lucile Packard Children's Hospital pediatric obesity program combines a food and activity tracker with personalized coaching via text and weekly phone calls or video chats. Kurbo follows the Traffic Light approach—red, yellow and green foods—to help kids reduce their BMI (90 percent of kids lose weight or reduce their BMI within three months!), improve self-esteem and establish lifelong healthy habits.

TempTraq

This brand new app is so genius you'll wonder how you got along without it!TempTraq is a wireless, wearable thermometer patch that takes the pain and fear out of taking your child's temperature. Your little one can even wear it overnight. Optimized for Bluetooth, the thermometer sends readings to your mobile device so you can be alerted if your child hits a "dangerous" temperature zone, which is preset by you. No more waking a child to get a reading! You can even monitor multiple children at once. The device, which shows a child's temperature through easy-to-read color coded readings, is $24.99 and includes a free downloadable app for Apple or Android.

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Love language in Marriage life

love language in Marriage

What’s is your sponse’s love language in Marriage?

The popular saying “one man’s meat is another man’s poison” is definately true with the refrence to what makes people feel loved in marriage. while one person may see an act of kindness as an expression of love, to another it may be the attention showered on her, while to some else, positive comments are what make for marriage. this is what couples must realize in order to enjoy the best relationship marriage can offer, and to sustain the love that brought them together in marriage.
when two people fall in love they become emotionally obsessed with eachother, they sleep and wake up thinking of eachother and how wonderfull their life will be together forever.  they speak poetic words, act loving toward eachother, overlook one another’s faults easily, bear with one another things that will ordinarily piss them off, and above all, feel there is nothing that can seprate them from one another.
futhermore, they also feel they know each other well enough to be able to handle themselves, or cope with those things that make them look incompatible to those close to us. According to Gary Chapman, in his book , The Five Language Of Love, “The person who is ‘in love’ has the illusion that his beloved is perfect. His mother can see the flaws but he can’t. His mother says ‘Darling, have you consided she has been under psychiatric care for five years?’ But he replies, ‘Oh, mother, give me a break. she’s been out for three month now.’ Hisfriends also can see the flaws, but are not likely to tell  hiom unless he asks, and chances are he won’t because in his mind she is perfect and what others think doesn’t matter.”
This is what makes many people feel that love is blind. At this stage of falling in love, caution is thrown to the wind, and we believe everything our love partner says, without questionig it; we ignore every warning signal that all may not be well. But, eventually, marriage opens our eyes. we now realise that falling in love is an illusion whose average life span is very short. According to Dr. Dorothy Tennov, a psychologyist, The average lifespan of a romatic obsession is two years,which may last a little longer for a secretive love affair.
Eventually, after marriage, our eyes become opened, and we begin to see the weakness of our partner: irritating behaviour, annoying attitude, hurtful mannerism etc. we suddenly remember those warning signals that we ignored, and ask ourselve questions we should have asked before getting married. At this point,best love bird of three years ago can sudenly become convenant enemies, with the marriage platform as the battlefield.

What happen to love in marriage

Love turn sour in marriage because before marriage, lovers don’t take enough time to understand what their love languages are. That is, they do not understand what makes each partner feel loved. Rather, we assure that the nice looks, the tender care, loving comments, caring acts, and even emotional tearful demonstrations are all what makes us feel loved. While all of us need all the above ingredients of love, the one that makes a person feel most loved differs from partner to partner. It is the fact that we don’t know and understand this difference that accounts for the many heartbrreaks we see in marriage. For instance, a husband keeps slaving himself out to provide for his home. yet, his wife spending most of his time outside the home. Yet, his wife seems unappreciative of it. To her, slaving himself to provide all she needs is not what makes her feel loved. she prefer that out of his hardworking effort, time is created for a regular time of closeness with her in the house. And this is driving the husband crazy. He just cannot understand why she seems not to appreaciate all of hois efforts, and every attempt by his wife to get him reason with her, he sees as a misplaced priority on her part. the problem here is simple not knowing each other’s love language.
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5 Awesome personal hygiene health tips for healthy penis

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The important Awesome personal hygiene health tips for healthy penis

Intimate hygiene is extremely important for a man as it is tied to sex and romance. So, here is what every man needs to know about personal hygiene for a healthy penis.

this article was write as a result of many research and request on man’s healthy tips, therefore reading this article will enhance your healthy tips in one way or the other.

Below are the most Awensome health tips to follow:

WATER CONSUMPTION: Water is needed to flush out the toxins from the body. Drink sufficient water to maintain a good amount of blood and oxygen to the penis.

REDUCE SWEAT: Excess sweat at the penis and scrotum develops into infection and odour. So, it is important to maintain dryness either by absorbing the moisture with a towel or by applying powder to the area.

SCROTUM TEMPERATURE: The ideal temperature for the scrotum is 35 degree C. When the scrotum is at normal temperature it is elongated and smooth, it is relaxed. The scrotum contacts and get wrinkled when it is cold, sexually stimulated or when you exercise.

SHAVING: It is also important to shave or trim in order to prevent irritation and infection. You should take a hot shower before you shave to make the hair shaft soft. Exfoliate the area to open the pores to help you get a clean shave and use a clean blade to shave off the hair.

FORESKIN CLEANSING: Wash the penis daily with soap and water by retracting the fore-skin, if you are uncircumcised male. Failure to do so can lead to infections, inflammations, phimosis and even tumors.

with these few little tips above am sure it will improve your lifestyle.

 

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Beautifying your home with Nobel carpets and rugs

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Being healthy start from the kind of environment you build yourself with and that why you must create a beautiful healthy living environment for yourself and your family.
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These are wall to wall carpets which are produced through the process of tufting the yarn on the synthetic backing. Tufting is a mechanical process which involves creation of geometrical designs using different colored yarns. Majority of the products available in the Nigerian market are tufted carpets made from PP yarn.
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Woven carpets are produced through weaving, which differs from the tufting in the way the yarn is tied on the backing. Weaving allows for creation of non geometrical floral and oriental designs.

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