Stress Can Be The Cause Of Toothache And Mouth Problems

Stress can causes oral and dental health problems. Research shows that those who are feeling depressed produce large amounts of the coltisol hormone. This hormone can cause damage to the gums and the body. Stress also encourages people to not take care of teeth properly; more than 50 percent of people do not brush their teeth regularly during stress.

Examples of oral and dental problems caused by stress are herpes on the mouth, bruxism and gum disease or exacerbating existing gum disease. To prevent and reduce irritation to the teeth and mouth, we can try the following ways:

  1. When stressed, do not eat spicy food, hot or that contain high levels of acidity.
  2. Relax your mind with a soothing action. For example, listen to your favorite playlist on the ipod, a hot bath or relaxing in the spa.This will really help the production of the hormone cortisol.
  3. If the bruxism symptoms get worse, temporomandibular joint could occur, namely abnormalities in the lower jaw joint function. If each time you open your mouth and hear a “click” sound and experience prolonged headache, quickly see a dentist.

Avoid Spicy Food

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