Did You Know Your Teeth Can Predict Health Problems? (Video)

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N.Morgan) A recently conducted study confirms that every tooth is connected with a health problem and separate organ in the body.

Experts report that the upper and lower incisors (first and second) reveal the health status of the kidneys, bladder and ears, and the canine teeth reveal the state of the liver and gall bladder.

The small root teeth, 4 and 5, are connected to the lungs and colon, and for the stomach, spleen and pancreas, check the big root teeth 6 and 7. Even the wisdom teeth may be able to predict the state of the heart and small intestine.

That doesn’t mean that pain and organ issues always coincide with tooth damage or decay, which can be spotted by dentists during a check up.

In some instances, a patient complains of discomfort in a perfectly healthy tooth, while other patients might complain of aches in places where teeth have long since been removed.

This is referred to as Phantom pain, which occurs because signals from diseased organs enter the reflex area of a corresponding tooth.

There exists a close relationship between the teeth in the mouth and the internal organs in the body, so being able to decipher the pain can help in greater understanding of health issues that may arise.

What does this mean?

Simply put, if you know about these relationships, you can easily detect the diseased organ.

Diseased teeth can often cause headaches and other uncomfortable symptoms.

So, if there is inflammation in the root of the tooth, the corresponding pain may be in the parietal region of the brian.

Lesions of the maxillary incisor teeth can cause pain in both the frontal temporal area of the brain and in the diseased canines.

You should also be aware that damage to the teeth along the lower jaw may resulting in a radiating pain occurring in the area.

In some cases, consulting a dentist may be the best option to take care of the accompanying headache pain and the tooth pain. Double the relief.

 

Each Tooth Is Associated With Organ in the Body! Pain in Each Tooth Predict Problems in Few Organs [VIDEO]

Pertinent information you need to know

Pain in the first and second incisors (upper and lower) – chronic pyelonephritis, cystitis, and otitis. The first incisor is connected to tonsillitis, osteochondrosis, prostatitis, disability to the hip joint. Constant dull pain in canine teeth is a signal of hepatitis or cholecystitis.

Pain in the number four and five teeth roots – this may be due to pneumonia, colitis, allergic reaction (asthma, respiratory allergy, rhinosinusitis), dysbacteriosis.

Pain in the number four upper tooth and the twenty-nine lower tooth – this may be related to issues with knee joints, shoulder, elbow, beam-ring,  with chronic inflammation of the type of arthritis, colon disease (diverticulosis, polyposis).

Pain in the number six and seven teeth – chronic gastritis, anemia, duodenal ulcer, gastric ulcer, chronic pancreatitis.

Pain in the number six upper tooth – it is usually connected to sinusitis tonsillitis, pharynx diseases in mastopathy, tumor in the thyroid gland, spleen and ovaries inflammation.

Pain in the number twenty-seven lower tooth – issue with arteries and atherosclerosis.

Pain in the number twenty-six lower tooth – issues with veins (hemorrhoids, varicosis), lung (chronic pneumonia, bronchitis, bronchial asthma), polyps in the colon.

Pain in wisdom teeth – They are connected to coronary heart disease, congenital defects and other cardiac diseases.

Tartar is a sign from the endocrine system of possible gastric ulcer disease.

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References:

naturalhealingmagazine.net

Buddy Health

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