Natural Ways to Take Care of your Dental Health
I have posted about oil pulling for a natural way to detox your mouth and take care of your health. I recently found out about the Primal Life company and their natural products. Their ingredients lists are very clean. I would encourage you to look into their products. I’m glad I bought their products this year. Here is a short post from their website about ways to improve your dental health. Keep smiling! 🙂
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POSTED BY TRINA FELBER · OCTOBER 22, 2018
Your dental health depends on so much more than a simple toothbrush and roll of floss. While those are key components to a healthy mouth, your oral hygiene relies on much more. This includes the introduction of new products and the adoption of a different diet and new habits.
Here are four different ways to improve your dental health and give yourself the gift of a healthier smile.
1. Try dental powder
Dental powder uses clay and minerals to maintain a clean mouth, the natural way. The concentrated, cleansing formula works to clear the gums of toxins and oil. It offers a safer, organic alternative to chemical-heavy products, while still performing the same job. To get a whiter smile, try powder with activated charcoal to remove stains and discolorations.
2. Use a tongue scraper
For a better-smelling mouth, and improved overall oral hygiene, start incorporating a tongue scraper into your nightly dental routine. The surface of the tongue is exposed to countless bacteria, toxins, food particles, and fungi throughout the day, which can sit and reproduce in the warm mouth overnight. Do your mouth and body a service by eliminating the foreign hitchhikers every night with a quick scrape.
3. Limit sugar and acidic foods
The bacteria that cause tooth decay survive on a diet made of sugar from the food and drinks you consume. Prevent cavities throughout the entire day by limiting your intake of sweets and sugary drinks, including sports drinks. You should also try to avoid overly acidic foods. These can eat away at the enamel that protects your teeth from daily damage. Try your best to steer clear of carbonated drinks and watch your intake of citrus.
4. Get better sleep
This one might come as a surprise to some, but sleep also plays a large role in dental health. Sleep improves the body’s immune system and, therefore, its ability to eliminate cavity-causing bacteria in the mouth. It also strengthens your teeth by distributing bone-enforcing nutrients like calcium and phosphate. Make sure you’re taking steps to ensure that you get a good night’s sleep like investing in quality sleep essentials and keeping your bedroom as quiet as possible.
By adopting some of these techniques, your dental health should improve in no time, leaving you healthier and feeling more confident.