The truth is, most bad breath odor comes from food particles trapped in our mouths. When food remains in the mouth, it becomes a breeding ground for the bacteria that can cause bad breath. Other causes can include poor oral health, improper cleaning of dentures, periodontal disease as well as smoking & tobacco products. Bad breath can also be sign of an underlying medical condition of the stomach, lungs and bloodstream.
A parasitic infection can cause a number of physical problems which can range from mild discomfort to debilitating illnesses and possibly death. Symptoms can include bloating, loss of appetite, heart pain, abdominal cramping, headaches, diarrhea, intestinal gas and anal itching, to name a few. Many of the symptoms experienced are often thought to be associated with other health concerns and rarely linked to parasitic infections.
Ulcers can be brought on by a number of factors, with stress and anxiety being on the top of the list. Certain prescription drugs and even the use of aspirin can increase stomach acidity, especially if taken over long periods of time. Some nutritional supplements such as vitamin C can contribute to ulcers. In fact, researchers have found that sugar can increase stomach acidity as well.
Crohn’s disease can affect any part of the digestive tract, from the mouth to the anus. Crohn’s disease is characterized by an inflammatory reaction throughout the entire thickness of the colon and bowel wall. This inflammation can penetrate deeply into the affected organ, causing
Acute bronchitis is one of the most common diagnoses made by primary care physicians. It is a condition of the upper respiratory tract where the mucus lining of the bronchial tubes, the large delicate tubes in the lungs, become inflamed.
middle or inner ear or brain. There are a number of reasons an individual may develop tinnitus. The most common cause is exposure to loud noises, such as at a concert or sporting event, which can cause damage to the auditory nerve cells. Other reasons can include disease or structural changes to the bones of the ear, health conditions such as Meniere’ disease, tumors on the auditory, vestibular or facial nerves, head or neck trauma and even wax build-up in the ear.
Inflammation is characterized by redness, swelling, heat, pain and loss of function. When we cut, scratch or bruise ourselves, for example, chemicals in the white blood cells are released, increasing blood flow to the affected area. This can result in redness and warmth. In addition, some of the chemicals set off a leakage of fluids into the tissues causing them to swell. The injury may also stimulate nerves located in the tissues, producing pain.
It is generally believed that we must count calories, eat less and exercise more. In my work as a medical intuitive, I have discovered that our core beliefs can cause an individual gain weight. They can also interfere with their ability to lose weight as well. These issues often go much deeper than the need to protect oneself. I have also discovered that if these issues are addressed and cleared, weight loss happens all by itself.
There are a number of factors that can underscore periodontal disease. Some people are genetically predisposed to this disorder. Other causes can include poor oral hygiene, smoking/tobacco use, hormonal changes including pregnancy in women, diabetes, certain medications, stress, clenching the teeth or nutritional deficiencies.
Are you feeling tired, confused and just fed up with it all? Does it seem as if you are drifting all alone in a turbulent sea with no land in sight? Well, you are not alone. So let us roll up our sleeves and get started and begin to heal what is going on inside and reduce the chronic stress you may be experiencing.