Best Natural Remedies For Toothache!

Best Natural Remedies For Toothache

Annoying toothache? Do you find discomfort when you chew, rinse, swallow, or bite? Does your tooth disobey your orders? Well, this is a seriously agitating issue that every individual would have faced at least once in their lifetime. Cavities, loose fillings, bleeding gums, sensitive gums can all be the causes of a dreaded toothache.


Best Natural Remedies For Toothache

Considering the destructive nature of the repercussions of this bodily discomfort, it is high time that we try out some home remedies before paying a visit to our dentist. It would be the need of the hour at such a circumstance to figure out what is at the root of your discomfort.

Best Natural Remedies For Toothache

Minor irritations can be solved with the help of home remedies or self-medication at your own risk maybe but intense aches may take you to the dentist and can be solved only with a dentist’s intervention.

Keep reading to learn more.

  • Talk Less!

Sounds hilarious? But try it out!! You can bet on this hack. It will definitely lessen the pain and agony caused due to your misbehaving tooth, and you would feel some relief before visiting your dentist.

  • Courageous Clove

Try tightly placing this magical spice upon your aching tooth or between teeth where there is discomfort and you will find drastic relief from your annoying pain.

  • Gallant Guava

Does this remedy surprise you?  The anti-inflammatory properties of Gallant Guava leaves are going to work unbelievably. Boil a handful of guava leaves till the essence completely mixes in the water. Gargle with this water or let the water stay in your mouth for a while and rinse it off. You will be awed by the results.

  • Swish With Some Salt

This is an age-old custom and the most prominent idea that strikes our minds immediately when we think of a home remedy for a toothache. This is an effective first-line treatment. To try out this approach, mix a tablespoon of salt with a glass of hot or lukewarm water and use this saltwater as a mouthwash. This will be an emergency toothache relief.

  • Generous Garlic

Garlic is widely popular for its medicinal values. It not only kills the bacteria that cause dental plague but also acts as a highly effective pain killer. To get the best out of this pod, make it into a paste, and apply your aching tooth. You can also chew a fresh garlic pod using your tooth that is annoying.

  • Peppermint Tea

Tea can really soothe your toothache. Peppermint tea has numbing power. Add 1 spoon dry peppermint leaves to boiling water and let it boil for about 15 minutes. Let the tea cool and use the cooled drink to either swish and spit or swallow.

  • Black Tea

A strong black tea can temporarily relieve toothache with its astringent tannins. If a warm wet tea bag is placed against the affected tooth, it helps in reducing swelling.

  • The icing on the tooth!!!

Place a couple of ice cubes in a plastic bag and wrap it with a thin cloth. Ice the affected area for about 15 to 20 minutes so that the nerves get numbed. The ice pack can go on the cheek over the painful tooth.

  • Folklore Massage

According to folklore, if the hand is massaged with an ice cube, it can help relieve a toothache. The cold signals that are sent to the brain by the nerves in the fingers help override the pain signals that are sent by the aching tooth. Wrap up an ice cube in a thin cloth and give a massage with it in the fleshy are between your thumb and forefinger.

  • Try Tight Brushing

Brush when your toothaches!! This is a highly proven remedy to relieve toothache for a short span, maybe until you get to the dentist. Brush hard and tight on the tooth that is giving you trouble. But make sure you do not let your ache turn into bleeding!!

  • Amazing Acupressure

Try an acupressure technique to relieve yourself from the toothache fast. Press the point on the back of your hand where the base of your thumb and index finger meet, with your thumb. This triggers the release of endorphins and makes the brain feel good vibes so that it gets distracted from the dreadful pain that the tooth is causing.

  • Toothache at Night

What if the toothache becomes a hindrance to a night’s sound sleep? It is as easy as A.B.C to get rid of the pain until the dawn breaks so that you can rush to your dentist in the morning. Keep your head elevated when you sleep. The posture of your head definitely plays a pivotal role in temporarily getting you out of the toothache.

  • One last tip to be toothache-free

Use the right brushing tools. Choose the most appropriate brush, paste, and mouthwash. If possible, prepare your own toothpaste or toothpowder at home. Brush twice a day. Maintain proper oral hygiene.

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Dr. John Augustine received his BA from Harvard College magna cum laude in 1987 and his Ph.D. and MD degrees from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1992 and 1993. He was then an intern and resident in Internal Medicine at the Yale-New Haven Hospital from 1993-1995. From 1995-1998, John was a clinical associate at the National Cancer Institute. He joined the faculty of the Duke University Medical Center in 2008 as Chief of Rheumatology at the Durham VA Hospital, a position he held until the end of 2017. He served as Chief of Rheumatology and Immunology at Duke from 2003-2008. He has conducted basic and translational research in the field of autoimmunity. He was focusing on the pathogenesis of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and the immunological properties of nuclear macromolecules, including DNA. More recently, he has investigated the immune activities of HMGB1, a nuclear protein with alarmin activity, as well as microparticles. These studies have provided new insights into the translocation of atomic molecules during cell activation and cell death and the mechanisms by which cell death can influence innate immunity.


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