I am getting too much mouth ulcers in my mouth around my tongue. I'm feeling very uncomfortable I can't eat and drink. In summer it is too high by body getting over heat and mouth ulcers regularly in my mouth. I'm getting too much sweat even in winter and rainy season same problem and in summer season it is too high. I know sweat removes waste. But the saltinessof sweat entering in my eyes creating bit inconvenient by irritation in eyes.
How to eradicate mouth ulcers and also how can decrease my heat in body.
How to decrease sweat in my body. Please guide me for all these problems and give remedies to take care of it. Thank you.
Canker sores usually heal without treatment. However, there are many helpful lifestyle changes you can make. Brush and floss your teeth regularly to prevent a bacterial infection. Avoid spicy foods to speed up the healing process. Drinking milk or eating yogurt or ice cream can also help reduce the pain.
Pain can sometimes be severe. You can lessen the discomfort by gargling with mouthwash or salt water. It will feel uncomfortable at first, but it will help reduce pain.
Applying ice to your sores can help relieve pain and promote healing. Rinsing your mouth with warm water and a teaspoon of baking soda (per 1/2 cup of water) can also help with pain and healing.
If still the sores remain after 5-7 days consult your dentist.
Hello as a home remedy you can apply baking soda over your teeth or do baking soda in water mouth rinses. If the ulcer persists, you need to consult a physician and get your Vitamin B levels checked. If required take supplements for it.
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Hello sir. Nutritional deficiency, excessive stress & debilitating disease can cause ulcer. Exercise regularly. Have a balanced diet. Eat lot of fruits & green leafy vegetables & drink plenty of water. Increase dietary intake of vitamin B, folic acid, iron and use of vitamin supplements etc under medical supervision if blood tests confirm low concentrations
Avoid irritating substances, such asâ¦
oHot, spicy foods
oMouthwashes that contain alcohol
oProducts high in acid, such as citrus fruits and juices.
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