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Written by John Immel
Disclaimer: Conditions such as 'Receding gums' that cause tissue changes could be serious and should be checked by a medical doctor.
Symptoms Tell A StoryThe first step to healing is learning patterns from your symptoms. Symptoms are clues that reveal underlying imbalances, showing you where your body is weak. Specifically, they reveal the doshas & qualities that may have become aggravated. If you notice a quality or dosha appears next to many of your symptoms, it helps you establish a pattern that may be systemic.
Receding gums indicates one or more of the following doshas and qualities may be aggravated. Generally you would avoid foods and lifestyle habits that would aggravate these qualities:
Key: V = Vata, P = Pitta, K = Kapha. A slash through a dosha means it an aggravated dosha. To learn more about the symbols above, click on them.
Stage of Disease: 3 - Attacking TissueIf you have symptoms in this category it means that your imbalances have weakened organs and tissues. At any moment, these imbalances could overwhelm weakened tissue and develop into degenerative disease.
Please review these herbs & products below to determine which ones might be helpful for Receding gums.
The following herbal actions and effects have been traditionally suggested for 'Receding gums'.
|Aloe Vera Gel||Blueberry|
|Mint||Nigella (black cumin)|
|Soda / corn syrup||Refined sugar|
|Sweet taste on tongue||Blood thick / Congested lymph|
|Frequent cavities||Tooth Infection|
|Dental Surgery or Missing Teeth||Gum inflammation|
|Autoimmune Disorders||Bleeding gums|
|High Triglycerides||Chronic Infection|
|Worn tops of teeth||Coffee|
|Yellow teeth||Discolored Tooth|
|Tooth Fractures||Bad breath|
|Sticky Saliva||Foul taste on tongue|
|Sores inside mouth|
Hi, I have been experiencing tooth sensitivity and receding gums that seems to be in correspondence with my change of diet to more sweeteners, carbohydrates and milk. I have changed my diet to help counter the heat created by a fairly rigorous yoga practice that I have been adopting over the last 6 months. Do these symptoms mean I should back off of sweets for a period? I am also mostly a Pitta type. Any suggestions?
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