Scar Treatment Home Remedies – How Best to Reduce Scar Visibility?


Scar Treatment Home Remedies – How Best to Reduce Scar Visibility? This post will discuss about how do scars form, the different types of scar, the 6 scar treatment home remedies you can use to reduce scar visibility and a video clip on how to get rid of scar spot tissue on face and legs.
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This post will discuss about how do scars form, the different types of scar, the 6 scar treatment home remedies you can use to reduce scar visibility and a video clip on how to get rid of scar spot tissue on face and legs.

 

Scars form when there is injury or trauma to the skin, especially when the dermis (the deeper layers of the skin) are injured. Greatly simplified, the process of a scar forming goes roughly like this.

 

Blood rushes to the wound site and begins to clot. Fibroblasts, remarkable little cells that help produce several different types of connective tissues and proteins, begin to deposit the foundation for collagen.

 

Collagen is the main structural protein found in our skin. However, the new collagen that is forming scar tissue is different from regular collagen, and tends to be inferior to ‘normal’ skin in its functioning. Still, it does the job-a pretty impressive one when you think about it.

 

Scar tissue looks different because the collagen that’s being laid down is made up of fibers that lie parallel to each other, instead of the regular randomized cross woven pattern that exists in undamaged skin. The scar tissue is tough, not as elastic or supple, nor do things like sweat glands or hair follicles re-grow in it.

 

Examples of Scar Types

 

Below are a few different types of scars that occur, summed up very simply, with some being more severe than others. How you go about remedying your scars will be easier if you know a bit about the scar itself!

 

Hypertrophic: Hypertrophic scars are raised above the surrounding skin, due to the body overproducing collagen. They typically present themselves as a red, raised, and thickened patches of skin. They often form when there is mechanical tension on the wound. They can fade over a period of two to three years.

 

Keloid: Very thick raised scars, more severe than hypertrophic scars, and may spread beyond the original wound site. They can also develop into benign masses. Keloid scarring, like hypertrophic scars, are raised from excessive amounts of stiff collagen fibers deposited on the wound.

 

Atrophic: The scar is sunken in the skin, giving it a typical “pitted” appearance, caused when underlying structures that support the skin are lost. Acne and diseases such as the chicken pox tend to leave atrophic scars.

 

 

Scars vs. Hyperpigmentation

 

Some of these remedies apply to hyperpigmentation, which is when extra pigment is deposited at the wound site. Hyperpigmentation is often seen in times after a bad bout with acne, and can give the appearance of there being a mark or scar.

 

How Best to Reduce Scar Visibility Naturally?

 

Different treatments and remedies and their results vary hugely from individual to individual, as it all depends on genetics, how you got the scar, how long you’ve had it, etc. So don’t be afraid to play around with these to see what works best!

 

Reduce Scar Visibility Tip #1 – Marula Oil

 

Long, long before it became mainstream, marula oil was used traditionally used by the Tsonga people of South Africa and Mozambique, where it is still used by many peoples in that region.

 

Marula oil is used for skin care-as a cleansing or massage oil, as a moisturizer- and even a dietary supplement. From food to medicine, the marula tree and the oil from its fruits have a long history of being extensively used.

 

The oil comes from harvested fruits that hold a nut, inside which rests a kernel. The oil is extracted from this kernel, and a considerable amount of work goes into the extraction process given the tough fibrous make-up of the nut. Once removed, the kernel is cold-pressed by hand for the oil, resulting in a small quantity the precious stuff.

 

The oil is extremely light, silky, absorbs quickly into the skin, and penetrates deeply. It has many uses, but in the case of scars it reduces redness and inflammation, and softens up the tough tissue.

 

The oleic acid enhances the ability of the oil to penetrate the skin, allowing other fatty acids to soak in and do their work. Use it plain or as a base oil-I’ll frequently add it to my scar butter.

 

You will need…

-Marula Oil

 

Directions

 

Rinse the scar and the area around it with warm water. Pat dry. Start with less oil and add more as you need it-if I plan on rubbing it in some I use more, if I am putting it on and letting it soak in on its own I use a little less. You don’t need much, just enough to cover the scar well. Reapply up to three times daily (or as needed.)

 

Reduce Scar Visibility Tip #2 – Baobab Oil

 

This precious oil, like Marula oil, is high in essential fatty acids. 33% of the seed content is oil, with the majority of those oils being oleic and linoleic.  Oleic and linoleic will soften skin-in this case, the tough scar tissue-and moisturize the epidermis, where the visible part of your scar sits.

 

All of the fatty acids help regenerate outer epithelial tissues (basically, the cells that make up the outside of your skin), which is part of why it is so renowned for its abilities to heal our skin and reduce scars. It is thick and rich and remains on the skin longer after application. Again, use it as a base or a carrier or on its own!

 

You will need…

 

-Baobab Oil

 

Directions

 

Rinse the area with warm water and pat dry. Apply a light coating of enough baobab oil to cover the scar. Remember that it will sit on the skin for a while after application.

 

Reduce Scar Visibility Tip #3 – Fenugreek Paste

 

Fenugreek was always one of those remedies that I just steered clear of. Not because of any fault of its own-for some reason the name just always deterred me. But, eventually, I was able to get over that quirk of mine, and now find it a useful ingredient to have lying around.

 

Fenugreek is used for a range of ailments, from easing indigestion to reducing dandruff. It can also help with skin inflammation and irritation, such as that which may occur with a scar.

 

Anecdotal evidence suggests that it also helps to lighten skin, thus reducing the appearance of the scar or hyperpigmentation. In this case, making the seeds into a paste is the most effective way of getting their benefit.

 

You will need –

 

-Fenugreek seeds
-Warm water
-Something to grind up the seeds

 

Directions

 

How much fenugreek you’ll need depends entirely on the size of the scar. Start with a tablespoon or two, and if there is extra store in the fridge for up to three days.

Soak the seeds overnight in warm water, or until they are soft (even “slimy”) feeling. Drain and mash them up into a paste-a mortar and pestle works best for this.

 

If the mash is too thick, you can add just a smidge of warm water at a time until it is the proper consistency-thick but easily spreadable, not runny.

 

Rinse the area with warm water and pat dry. Apply enough to cover the scar and leave on for 30 minutes. Rinse off with warm water and pat dry.

I would suggest using your favorite lotion/moisturizer after this as it can be drying.

 

Reduce Scar Visibility Tip #4 – Fish Oil

 

Ah, fish oil. It’s one of those “it’ll cure whatever ails ya” remedies. Rich in our favorite fatty acids, fish oil taken in the diet and applied directly to scars can help reduce their appearance.

 

Some research has been done showing that they may even speed of the breakdown of fibroblasts, which are responsible for laying down all that extra collagen, even in scars as severe as keloids.

 

If you can take it as a dietary supplement, I always say go for it. It’s worth trying topically as well. Fibroblasts aside, it will moisturize the scar well and moisturizing means a better environment for healing to take place.

 

You will need…

 

-A high quality fish oil

 

Directions

 

Apply fish oil directly to the scar and/or take the appropriate dosage for a dietary supplement.

 

Reduce Scar Visibility Tip #5 – Lemon Juice

 

This one should come as no surprise. Lemon juice, in addition to having other benefits, is known to lighten skin. This is because it is thought to interrupt melanogenesis-basically the process in which melanin, the pigment that darkens skin, is formed.

 

It is also thought to reduce or break down the existing melanin in the skin as well. Be careful after applying lemon juice as it can make you a bit more sensitive to the sun for a bit after using it.

 

You will need…

 

-1 fresh lemon

 

Directions

 

Juice the lemon. Rinse the affected area and then apply directly. Do this up to twice a day as needed and be patient, as it isn’t instantaneous. Keep the leftover juice in the fridge for later use.

 

Reduce Scar Visibility Tip #6 – Sunscreen or Cover Up

 

This is more of a (very helpful) preventative rather than a remedy. When the sun- chiefly its ultraviolet rays-hits your skin, it damages it. Your body, well-equipped as always, rushes to defend and protect your sensitive skin by depositing melanin, a darker pigment that will give more protection against the harmful rays.

 

The skin of your scar is sensitive and will darken easily, so cover up or use sunscreen, and you can help prevent any burns or unwanted melanin making it more visible. Tanning or getting sunburned will ultimately not help your cause!

 

You will need…

 

-Sunscreen that is at least SPF 30

 

Directions

 

Apply sunscreen to the scar before exposing it to sunlight or keep it covered.

 

And above all else…

 

Be patient. There is no current natural remedy or medical technology that can guarantee the complete removal of a scar. Although some may certainly helpful, our bodies are pretty incredible of doing the job.

 

Trust in your body – it knows what it’s doing! When it comes to badly damaged or non-regenerable tissues, they are replaced by the laying down of connective tissue (think collagen!) This is a process called replacement-also known as scarring.

 

Regeneration is a type of healing in which new growth can completely bring back at least portions of damaged tissue to its normal state. Most of the time these two occur in tandem during the healing process.

 

Over the course of 2 sometimes up to 3 years the scar will continue to heal, replacing and regenerating. So don’t panic about a scar. Get a little help from some good remedies, trust your body and time, be patient, and all will heal.

 

Watch this Video – How to Get Rid of Scars Fast, Best Scar Treatment, How to Get Rid of Scar Spot Tissue on Face & Legs

By Claire Goodall (a bee-obsessed natural-convert from Minnesota) who is a holistic health lover. She is the author of Everyday Roots Book.

 

It’s a Book that she creates to help you replace the toxic products and medications in your home with healthier, all-natural alternatives.

 

It contains 215+ effective home remedies and covers everything you will need to protect your family and save money every month.

 

For more details about her book, take a look at the Everyday Roots Book.

 

6 Tighten Your Neck Muscles Ways to Get Rid of Turkey Neck Naturally at Home


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  • What Is Turkey Neck?
  • What Causes Turkey Neck?
  • 6 Ways to Get Rid of Turkey Neck
  • How to Prevent Turkey Neck?

 

It seems like it happens overnight: you wake up, yawn, stretch, and lumber over to the bathroom to brush your teeth.  You look up into the mirror mid-brush and see skin on your neck that appears to be sagging or loose where it never was before.

 

The extra skin, sometimes unflatteringly referred to as turkey neck, can be the result of a combination of factors, including genetics and environmental factors.

 

If you feel like your skin is aging prematurely, take a look at this list of surprising habits that can lead to the appearance of aging — it includes everything from washing your face too much to using your makeup incorrectly.

 

The good news is that you don’t have to simply accept your aging skin. In fact, you can easily tighten neck skin with some quick exercises — and you don’t even have to leave your home to do them.

 

Keep reading to find some helpful tips to both prevent and tighten saggy neck skin without having to resort to surgery.

 

What Is Turkey Neck?

 

“Turkey neck” is a slang term for loose, wrinkly or sagging skin around your neck area. It is called a turkey neck because it can resemble those red wattles that hang down from underneath a turkey’s neck.

 

The primary difference between a double chin and a turkey neck are that the double chin is caused by extra fat deposits around the chin. Turkey necks, on the other hand, are usually a result of aging.

 

What Causes Turkey Neck?

 

More often than not, turkey neck is a result of aging. According to WebMD, as we age, our skin naturally loses elasticity and has a more difficult time “snapping back” like younger skin does.

 

Factors like genetics, sun exposure, and smoking may also contribute to early aging.

Another factor that we can easily take action on is muscle tone. Our skin is supported by muscles, which can weaken with age and lack of use.

 

This is actually good news, because we can do exercises to strengthen muscles, increase circulation and reduce the effects of aging on our necks, according to Scientific American.

 

Below are some proven exercises to tighten and strengthen the muscles in your neck.

 

Get Rid of Turkey Neck Method #1: The “Gulping Fish”

 

  • Look up at the ceiling.
  • Place one hand at your collarbone and apply gentle downward pressure.
  • Jut out your lower jaw and lip toward the ceiling. Do you feel the slight pull down and across your neck? This is the sensation that you want.
  • Jut your jaw out five times, each time feeling the tightening down and across your neck.
  • Switch hands and repeat the action five more times.
  • Repeat three to five times a week to firm up the skin around your neck, minimize or eliminate wrinkles, and prevent cording.

 

Get Rid of Turkey Neck Method #2: Neck Lift

 

  • Lying on your back, raise your head and your neck very gently, and slightly off the ground.
  • Turn your head slowly to the right and then to the left before facing forward again and lowering your head back to the ground.
  • Repeat as many times as you can comfortably do it while maintaining good control.  You don’t want to jerk your head and neck. The movement should always be small and controlled.
  • Stop immediately if you feel any pain.
  • Repeat three to five times a week to strengthen and tone your neck.

 

Get Rid of Turkey Neck Method #3: The Gum Chew

 

  • Sit up straight and with your mouth and lips closed, tilt your head back and toward the ceiling.
  • While keeping your lips shut, bring your teeth apart and then back together again slowly as if you were chewing a big wad of chewing gum.
  • Slowly “chew” this way 20 times.
  • Repeat three to five times a week to tighten neck skin and reduce turkey neck.

 

Get Rid of Turkey Neck Method #4: Forehead Push

 

  • Place one hand on your forehead.
  • Push your head against your hand without allowing your head to move forward.
  • Hold the forward momentum and tension for a slow count of 10.
  • Reverse the motion by knitting your hands together behind your head and pushing backward for a slow count of 10.
  • Repeat three to five times a week to tighten and tone neck muscles.

 

Get Rid of Turkey Neck Method #5: Smooch

 

  • Sit up straight and lift your head toward the ceiling.
  • Purse your lips and make a kissing face toward the ceiling.
  • Send 20 air smooches in the direction of your ceiling fan or chandelier.
  • Repeat three to five times a week to tighten your neck skin.

 

Get Rid of Turkey Neck Method #6: Neck Lift

 

  • Lie face down on your bed with your head dangling off the edge and relax your body.
  • Slowly lift your head up, only using your neck muscles so that you are parallel to the floor.
  • Repeat five times, stopping immediately if you feel any pain.
  • This is a small, controlled movement; do not jerk or twist your neck in any way.
  • Repeat three to five times a week to tighten neck muscles and reduce the effects of aging on your neck.

 

How to Prevent Turkey Neck?

 

There is usually a genetic component to turkey neck, so if your grandma or mother have it, then it may happen to you as well. With that being said, maintaining good muscle tone can definitely shrink down the prospect of a turkey neck, or even prevent it.

 

Another preventative measure is to apply a moisturizer on your face and neck daily, according to Health.com and Selfcare.com.

 

Always practice good sun protection. Use a lotion or a moisturizer that has an SPF in it. Wear and reapply sunscreen if you are going to be outdoors for a substantial period of time. Also, do not indulge in tanning beds!

 

It is possible to combat the effects of aging on your skin, and to minimize, if not prevent, turkey neck.

 

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  • How to eliminate wrinkles on the face and neck: Forehead lines, eye wrinkles and crow’s feet, smile and laugh folds, nasal lines, fine lines around the mouth and lips, neck wrinkles and creases.
  • Easy facial yoga routines for tightening and lifting sagging face and neck skin
  • Methods to treat unsightly eye bags, dark eye circles and “racoon” rings.
  • How to use yoga to re-sculpture and sharpen the features of your face and neck for a new and better looking

 

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10 fantastic home remedies for dry skin on face


10 fantastic home remedies for dry skin on face - The Mayo Clinic recommends that those who can't get their dry skin to clear up with normal remedies or
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Many people suffer from dry skin. During the winter, the dry, cold air saps whatever moisture was in the skin, out, cracking the skin and making it itchy and red.

 

During the summer, the sun gives the skin a healthy tan while at the same time removing moisture. Basic cleanliness and cleaning around the home can leave hands dry and cracked.

 

While most people don’t need to see a doctor for their dry skin, the itchiness, tightness, and discomfort it causes can drive one to distraction.

 

The Mayo Clinic recommends that those who can’t get their dry skin to clear up with normal remedies or “have large areas of scaling or peeling skin” should seek help from a doctor. For everyone else, one of these 10 home remedies may be the answer you’re looking for.

 

Home Remedies for Dry Skin Tip#1- Avoid long, hot showers

 

Although the heat feels so good, WebMD points out that the hot water removes your body’s natural oils. Rather than enjoying a steaming, hot shower, try a warm shower for no more than 10 minutes.

 

Home Remedies for Dry Skin Tip#2 – Avoid harsh soaps

 

Fragrant-free, antibacterial-free, alcohol-free soaps are the best. WebMD also recommends using cleansers that have ceramides as they help hold in the body’s moisture.

 

Home Remedies for Dry Skin Tip#3 – Moisturize while damp

 

Dr. Dee Anna Glaser says in Prevention that putting on the moisturizer while you’re still damp helps lock in moisture.

 

Home Remedies for Dry Skin Tip#4 – Apply milk

 

According to Dr. Susan C. Taylor from Prevention, applying a cloth or piece of gauze soaked in cold milk to extremely dry patches of skin for five minutes can help remove itch and inflammation.

 

If the problem is more widespread than just a patch, Dr. Dane in Reader’s Digest recommends taking a milk bath. Add one to three gallons of milk to lukewarm water and soak for 15 minutes. Be sure to rinse off well when finished.

 

Home Remedies for Dry Skin Tip#5 – Humidify

 

WebMD recommends keeping indoor humidity at 50 percent. If you live in a drier climate, using a humidifier to put moisture back into the air is a good idea.

 

Home Remedies for Dry Skin Tip#6 – Moisturize

 

Use a good moisturizer after bathing and throughout the day. Prevention recommends petroleum jelly, mineral oil, creams, and lotions containing shea butter, stearic acid, or glycerin.

 

Home Remedies for Dry Skin Tip#7 – Smart shaving

 

WebMD recommends always shaving with a shaving cream or gel and in the direction the hair grows. Avoid using a dull razor as you have to push harder, scraping off your body’s natural oils.

 

Home Remedies for Dry Skin Tip#8 – Sweeten your skin

 

Women’s Health Magazine says that raw honey will draw in moisture from the air. It recommends applying one teaspoon of raw honey on the dry area and letting it sit for 15 to 20 minutes before rinsing it off.

 

Home Remedies for Dry Skin Tip#9 – Moisturize with the “overnight cure.”

 

If you’re feeling really dry, Dr. Glaser of Prevention recommends taking a warm bath before bed and covering yourself in Crisco. Put on your pajamas and sleep, allowing the oil to soak into your skin.

 

Home Remedies for Dry Skin Tip#10 – Seal in the moisture

 

For areas that are really chapped, like elbows and heels, Dr. Glaser also recommends putting petroleum jelly or Crisco on just those spots and sealing it in with socks or a long-sleeved shirt.

 

Too many just accept having dry skin and have given up trying to battle it. With so many easy things to try at home, well-moisturized skin doesn’t have to stay outside your grasp.

 

Watch these Videos

 

How to get rid of dry skin on face-Home remedies for dry skin and rough skin-skin care treatment

 

Why You Have Dry Skin And What To Do About It

 

 

For more ideas on how to deal with oily, greasy skin, look no further than Patricia Everson’s Oily Skin Solution which will help you to understand what really causes oily skin and acne, and will help you come up with a lasting plan to keep your skin clear and beautiful. Stop spending your money on creams and pills that promise to help you clear your skin. These only address the surface issue of oily skin.

 

The Oily Skin Solution will go a step further and help you address the issues behind your blemishes so that you won’t need the expensive skin care anymore because you will have naturally clear, beautiful skin! To find out more, CLICK HERE

8 Skin Care Home Remedies for All Common & Critical Skin Problems


8 Skin Care Home Remedies for All Common & Critical Skin Problems - When it comes to skin problems, each are backed by innumerable remedies; but here we cover those skin care home remedies for common and critical skin problems that are 100% natural, with no side effects and most importantly, the ones that can be tried at home.
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Exactly how a headache or a cough and cold can be cured at home initially, there are skin problems too that can be treated at home at first. Some skin problems are very common among both men and women.

 

Considering these common and critical skin problems among men and women, we bring to you a 100% natural home remedy for each of them.

 

When it comes to skin problems, each are backed by innumerable remedies; but here we cover those home remedies for common and critical skin problems that are 100% natural, with no side effects and most importantly, the ones that can be tried at home.

 

Before counting on these natural home remedies, please ensure what exactly your skin problem is and only then try its associated home remedy. In case you try an oily skin remedy for pimples – then that will definitely not work.

 

So, here are the common skin problems with one 100% natural home remedy provided for each that you can try. Do not worry, as these don’t come with the risk of side effects.

 

Skin Care Home Remedies for Oily Skin

 

When sebaceous glands of the skin over-function, then one faces the problem of oily skin.

 

One of the 100% natural home remedies for oily skin that you can try is French green clay.

 

French green clay comes in a powdered form to which you have to add rose water and make a paste and apply it on your oily skin. Try doing this French green clay remedy daily once and you will see a change in your oily skin.

 

Skin Care Home Remedies for Damaged Skin

 

Constant exposure to extreme natural circumstances, stress, smoking or culinary deficiency can be your reason for having a damaged skin.

 

Remedy: When your skin is damaged, the only ingredient that can help it to get healed is any oil.

 

On your damaged skin, you can apply coconut oil, tea tree oil or lavender essential oil. When applying the oil, try adding the fluid of a Vitamin E capsule to it. This will make the damaged skin get recovered faster.

 

Skin Care Home Remedies for Burnt Skin

 

Skin burn can happen in the kitchen, while doing any work near the fire or from electronic gadgets like ironing box.

 

Used tea bags work effectively on treating the skin burns. It is better if you can get used green tea bags. Squeeze extra liquor tea from the bag and tie it to the burnt area with a gauge. Repeating this tea bag therapy will treat your skin burn and also eradicate the scope of any marks.

 

Skin Care Home Remedies for Dry Skin

 

Also known as xerosis, dry skin is a common problem that can lead to skin flakes and itchy skin. Now you can treat dry skin at home with this one effective home remedy.

 

The 100% natural home remedy for dry skin is an oatmeal bath. You have to start with oatmeal and make its powder. Add this powdered oatmeal to your bathing water (lukewarm) and relax in it for a while or shower with it on a daily basis. Do not use hot water, as it intensifies the dry skin problem.

 

Skin Care Home Remedies for Blackheads/Whiteheads

 

Very common among both men and women, blackheads and whiteheads mostly happen in the oily zones of the skin like the T-zone, chin and so on.

 

To get rid of the blackheads or whiteheads, you can make use of baking soda. First, wet the affected area with water, and then scrub the baking soda there. You do not have to apply the baking soda but scrub it for the blackheads and whiteheads to be removed.

 

Skin Care Home Remedies for Unwanted Skin Hair

 

Unwanted skin hair happens that too on folded areas of the skin like armpits, below the breast and is common on the face as well.

 

For unwanted skin hair, rather than heading to the parlour, you could try waxing at home?

 

Melt sugar and honey together in the microwave, apply it on the area and peel off using a wax strip. While doing the natural home waxing technique, take care that you pull the strip in the opposite direction of your hair growth.

 

Skin Care Home Remedies for Ageing Skin and Wrinkles

 

With increasing age, the elasticity of the skin decreases and then come in problems such as fine lines and wrinkles.

 

One of the very effective 100% natural home remedy for ageing skin is an egg. Take the egg white in a bowl and stir it gently to make a smooth mix. Apply it on your skin, let it dry and wash off. Do not beat the egg white too hard.

 

Skin Care Home Remedies for Pimples and Acne

 

Common among men and women of all ages, pimples and acne can become a real time nightmare. Some get too much of it, while some get concerned even if one pops up on their face.

 

Remedy: Well, if there is a pimple or acne on your skin, it simply implies that it is due to the internal body heat.

 

To treat it, apply fresh aloe vera gel on the pimple or acne every day, up to three times. Application of synthetic aloe vera gel might not work on the pimples and acne problem, you must make sure to take the fresh aloe gel.

 

Watch this Video – 3 Simple Home Remedies To Get Rid Of DRY SKIN Naturally

 

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For more ideas on how to deal with oily, greasy skin, look no further than Patricia Everson’s Oily Skin Solution which will help you to understand what really causes oily skin and acne, and will help you come up with a lasting plan to keep your skin clear and beautiful. Stop spending your money on creams and pills that promise to help you clear your skin. These only address the surface issue of oily skin.

 

The Oily Skin Solution will go a step further and help you address the issues behind your blemishes so that you won’t need the expensive skin care anymore because you will have naturally clear, beautiful skin! To find out more, CLICK HERE

 

In What Ways Can Tonsil Stones Be Contagious ?


In What Ways Can Tonsil Stones Be Contagious ? Although tonsil stones themselves are not contagious, it is possible to transmit bacteria or other infectious agents to another person and increase their likelihood of developing tonsillar inflammation, which can lead to the formation of tonsil stones.
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Individuals with tonsil stones experience the build-up of dead cells, food particles, saliva, and microorganisms in the crevices of their tonsils.

 

Although tonsil stones themselves are not contagious, it is possible to transmit bacteria or other infectious agents to another person and increase their likelihood of developing tonsillar inflammation, which can lead to the formation of tonsil stones.

 

If someone has tonsil stones that are easily dislodged, he or she has a higher chance of transmitting oral bacteria to others via saliva.

 

Additionally, depending on the cause, inflammatory conditions such as tonsillitis may also be contagious and may lead to tonsil-stone formation.

 

Mononucleosis, for example, is a viral cause of tonsillar inflammation that is highly contagious. Bacterial causes of tonsillitis such as those responsible for strep throat are also very contagious.

 

Tonsillitis that is caused by allergies or sinusitis, however, is rarely transmittable to others.

 

Tonsil stones are not regarded as contagious, but the bacteria from tonsil stones can be transmitted to another person through saliva. Actions such as kissing or sharing eating utensils can make the sharing of oral bacteria more likely.

 

However, although bacteria can be spread to others by these actions, it is almost impossible to develop tonsil stones as a result of contracting microorganisms from another person.

 

The individual shape of your tonsils and your oral-hygiene habits are largely responsible for tonsil-stone formation. Your tonsils are two, oval-shaped lymphatic structures that are positioned on either side of the back of your throat.

 

The tonsils are covered by a surface of pink mucosa, which contains pits and channels that are commonly known as the tonsillar crypts. When substances become trapped in these crypts and begin to decay, pale tonsil stones can easily form.

 

Every person possesses a slightly different oral structure that can predispose him or her to debris accumulation and tonsil stones. As a result, you do not need to be concerned about contracting tonsil stones by a quick kiss or by sharing food.

 

Furthermore, most bacteria and other microorganisms are conveyed through direct contact with an infected medium such as saliva or blood.

 

Ultimately, the only way that you can acquire tonsillar bacteria is through direct contact. This is possible but unlikely, as most people do not touch their tonsils.

 

Watch this Video –  Tonsil Stones: Is Tonsil Stones Contagious?

This article is based on the book, “Tonsil Stones Remedy Forever” by Alison White, an ex-sufferer of tonsilloliths, also known as tonsil stones.

 

Tonsil Stones Remedy Forever is a guidebook that teaches you everything you need to know to get rid of painful, pesky and inconvenient tonsil stones without surgery.

 

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What are the Common Causes of Tonsil Stones?


What are the Common Causes of Tonsil Stones? The number of adults with tonsil stones is rising, and researchers suspect this is a result of the large amount of individuals who have not had their tonsils surgically removed. Read on here to find out what are the common causes of tonsil stones.
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The number of adults with tonsil stones is rising, and researchers suspect this is a result of the large amount of individuals who have not had their tonsils surgically removed. For some people, the presence of another health condition can lead to the formation of tonsil stones and the potential for long-term discomfort.

 

Symptoms of tonsil stones include swollen tonsils, localized redness, and irritation. Many people also experience chronic bad breath as a result of the bacterial accumulation in these tonsil stones. For most patients, tonsil stones are simply annoying and rarely involve significant health complications. In rare cases, however, individuals may experience chronic tonsil inflammation or tonsillitis.

 

Causes of Tonsil Stones #1

 

Physicians have noted that those with repeated episodes of tonsillitis are more likely to develop tonsil stones, as inflamed or swollen tonsils are especially prone to the accumulation of debris and microorganisms. Once this accumulated material calcifies, small and hard tonsil stones are evident across the surface of the tonsils.

 

Causes of Tonsil Stones #2

 

Illnesses involving persistent postnasal drip are also associated with tonsil-stone formation. Postnasal drip involves the improper drainage of mucus from the nose and throat, which can lead to excess mucus in the tonsillar crypts and result in the development of tonsil stones.

 

Causes of Tonsil Stones #3

 

Similarly, chronic respiratory allergies may also lead to tonsil stones, as the body’s response to allergenic particles places additional stress on your immune system. This constant strain can make your tonsils more prone to debris and infection, and therefore makes tonsil-stone formation more likely.

 

In order to treat your tonsil stones effectively, it is important that you seek treatment for any underlying conditions that could be contributing to these tonsillar masses.

 

If you are experiencing tonsillitis, chronic postnasal drip, allergies, or other illnesses that may be aggravating your tonsil stones, see your family doctor. He or she can perform a physical examination of your nose, throat, and neck; based on the results of this examination, your doctor can remove any visible tonsil stones during your appointment and may suggest at-home treatments like better oral-hygiene habits.

 

Additionally, he or she may recommend that you visit an ear, nose, and throat specialist for further evaluation and other treatment options. If your tonsil stones persist and are problematic, your tonsils may need to be removed surgically.

 

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This article is based on the book, “Tonsil Stones Remedy Forever” by Alison White, an ex-sufferer of tonsilloliths, also known as tonsil stones.

 

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Living with Constant Foul Breath and Tonsil Stones


Living with Constant Foul Breath and Tonsil Stones - Most people with tonsil stones also suffer from chronic bad breath that is related to their tonsils' condition, since these small, hardened masses can release an unpleasant, lingering smell if they are not treated.
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The formation of tonsil stones is often associated with unpleasant side effects, such as earaches, difficulty swallowing, sore throats, and persistently bad breath.

 

Most people with tonsil stones also suffer from chronic bad breath that is related to their tonsils’ condition, since these small, hardened masses can release an unpleasant, lingering smell if they are not treated.

 

Your tonsils are two small, dimpled organs that are located on either side of the tongue at the back of the throat. These structures function as part of the lymphatic system by making white blood cells and antibodies and by trapping foreign substances that may enter the mouth.

 

The tonsils are made of lymphatic tissue and mucosa, and they also have irregular surfaces in which microorganisms, food particles, dead cells, and mucus can become lodged. If material remains in these crevices (also called the tonsillar crypts) for long, it can decay and harden into calcified tonsil stones.

 

Individuals with large tonsils are more prone to developing tonsil stones than those with smaller tonsils, as the deeper tonsillar crypts make the accumulation of debris more likely. Tonsil stones usually create symptoms like tonsil redness and irritation, and they are often associated with bad breath as a result of the decaying debris they contain.

 

In 2007, researchers at the State University of Campinas in Brazil noted that tonsil stones were present in nearly 75% of all tonsillitis patients with bad breath, but were only seen in six percent of patients with normal breath. As a result, tonsil stones appear to contribute to chronic bad breath in patients with inflamed tonsils.

 

Despite the unpleasant effects of bad breath that they may cause, tonsil stones rarely involve serious medical consequences. For others, however, tonsil stones can be bothersome and irritating because of symptoms like a perpetual sore throat, swollen tonsils, and chronic bad breath.

 

If you are experiencing chronic bad breath and think it could be related to tonsil stones, see your doctor for an examination. He or she may be able to dislodge any obvious tonsil stones in the office and to suggest at-home remedies to reduce your symptoms.

 

If your tonsil stones are large or troublesome, your doctor may suggest you see an ear, nose, and throat specialist for a more-extensive evaluation and for alternative treatment.

 

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Heavy smoking causes “smelly ashtray” breath


Heavy smoking causes
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Smoking tobacco products such as cigarettes and cigars is one of the most common causes of bad breath, also known as halitosis. Smoking creates harsh, dry conditions in the mouth by limiting saliva, which is responsible for cleaning small odor-causing particles of food and bacteria from your mouth.

 

With limited saliva production and toxic chemicals regularly deposited in your mouth, bad breath can continue for many years and may progressively worsen.

The most immediate way that smoking causes bad breath is by depositing toxic smoke particles in your throat and lungs. Tobacco-smoke chemicals and additives can remain in the mouth for long periods of time, contributing to other secondary causes of bad breath.

 

Research has been conducted to determine which components of tobacco smoke cause such an unpleasant odor. Reviews discovered that tobacco smoke possesses over 60 aromatic hydrocarbons, most of which are linked with cancer in addition to creating a bad smell. Smoking as little as one-half of a cigar can leave these smelly deposits in saliva.

In addition to making your breath smell unpleasant, smoking can also stain your gums and teeth and lessen your sense of taste. Over time, smoking can leave teeth with a thick coating of tartar. To make matters worse, smoking also increases the risk of developing gum disease, which can exacerbate bad breath and damage gums.

Bad breath can be an early sign of oral cancer, which is especially a concern for those who smoke, as tobacco use is the top risk factor for developing oral cancer. The best way to reduce your risk of cancer and to limit bad breath is to stop smoking or using other tobacco products.

 

Stopping smoking will lower your risk of gum disease and dental stains, and it will also help restore healthy saliva flow to cleanse your mouth more regularly.

 

To promote better oral health, see your dentist regularly and follow a comprehensive oral-hygiene routine of flossing and brushing after every meal.

 

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