Medical Bulletin - 16/06/2009 ( Read More.. )
Bad Breath
       Dr. How to get rid of bad breath (bad odour in the mouth)? Sometimes people don't even realize they have bad breath. How do I find out if I have bad breath? Pls help. God Bless you.
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Get rid of bad breath
The Myth of Bad Breath
    Bad breath is sadly mistaken for bad mouth or teeth. It is concerned with bad air i.e. the bad breath is concerned with the air related organ, the lungs. To a certain extent the bad breath is related to the stomach where air is putrified, emanating from the empty stomach or from the static food, lurking in the stomach undigested for a long period i.e. for more than 4 to 5 hours. Normally food stays in the stomach for 2 to 2 and 1/2 hours. Any extension to this time period causes bad breath while the person speaks. How to get rid off this bad breath? Eat only when you are hungry and eat slowly helping easy digestion, and to stop bad breath from being produced due to indigestion and over stay of food in the stomach. Bad breath will be cured in just 2 days. Another way is to drink sips of water little by little in the morning hours before taking tea or coffee. The Best results will be stopping tea, coffee, milk and milk varieties for a day or two.
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Dear Dr Rahman, I am Sundar, Male 51 years, residing at Bangaliore. Ihappen to be a diabeticfor 13 years (poor control!) with a bit of BP and cholestrol. About 2 months back i had a viral infection with joints pain all over my body. The fever went away in a few days, but the joints pain continued. I was told by my GP that this would gradually go away in a few weeks/months. Took some ayurvedic supplements (suggested by the same allopath GP) Ten days later, the joints pain subsided, but my hands and feet became numb, with pricking pain. The GP attributed this to the viral infection and advised to take mecobalamin(B12) tablets/injection, and continued with more ayurvedic supplements.(Dhanavantri & Bruhat chintamani) Meanwhile i met a neurologist for a second assessment, and went through a 'motor nerve conduction test" and was diagnosed as: 1. predominantly motor polyneuroradiculopathy (mixed type) affecting lower and upper limb nerves 2. severe bilateral median neuropathy at the level of wrist consistent with bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome The neurologist said this was mostly due to the viral infection, but could be because of poor diabetes control(fast:190, PP:300) also. he added that there was no cure, and that the body would have to heal on its own. My numbness and pain has not subsided, am now trying homeopathy for a week for a cure. would request your assessment and advice, shall be able to come to Chennai for a personal consultation Thanks and have a good day! cordially, Sundar Ramanujam --By Sundar Ramanujam
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