Smelling breath? Honestly, I wasn’t born rich or grew up from first class family, but not poor anyway. Rather I grew up with a lot of amazing experience which comes both from my Father, mother, siblings and others around.
One of such wonderful experience is eating early in the morning without brushing.
I have been living with such routing till a day came when my mother arrested me with heavy punishment and flogging.
Personally, I was surprised to see my mother handle her dearest LAST BORN that manner.
Later, she explained to me how she noticed I have been developing bad breath and she has been waiting for a day like this in order to address the ugly behaviour.
Truth to be told, that punishment and caution changed my lifestyle and I’m now enjoying better KISS from………NA YOU SABI!!
With that said, bad breath also called Halitosis, can be embarrassing and in some cases may even cause anxiety.
Not all bad breath are caused by diseases, some are a product of poor lifestyle choice.
However, below are 5 reasons why you have smelling breath:
YOU JUST WOKE
Like mentioned above, morning smelling breath is totally normal and here is why it happens: While you’re sleeping peacefully, the bacteria in your mouth are not.
They take advantage of the fact that your production of saliva slows way down during sleep and since your saliva helps “clean” your mouth, your breath might have a bad odour until you brush your teeth the next morning.
POOR DENTAL HYGIENE
Although this wasn’t part of my case then. But if you don’t brush and floss daily, food particles remain in your mouth, causing bad breath.
A colourless, sticky film of bacteria (plaque) forms on your teeth.
If not brushed away, plaque can irritate your gums and eventually form plaque-filled pockets between your teeth and gums (periodontitis).
Your tongue also can trap bacteria that produce odours.
Dentures that aren’t cleaned regularly or don’t fit properly can harbour odour causing bacteria and food particles to accumulate.
THE TYPE OF FOOD YOU EAT
The breakdown of food particles in and around your teeth can increase bacteria and cause a foul odour.
Eating certain foods, such as onions, garlic and spices, also can cause bad breath.
After you digest these foods, they enter your bloodstream, are carried to your lungs and affect your breath.
This is not far-fetched. Just stay around smoker and you will testify the “good news.”
Add Halitosis to the list of health conditions that can be caused by cigarettes.
Unsurprisingly, smoking not only increases the amount of odour producing compounds in a person’s mouth and lungs, but the habit can also dry out your mouth, leading to lower saliva production, according to a 2004 review by researchers from Hong Kong.
YOU DRINK ALCOHOL
Like smoking cigarettes. Alcohol lingers on your breath long past last call.
In fact, one 2007 study by researchers from Israel found that drinking alcohol was linked to increased rates of Halitosis and this, despite the fact that their subjects had fasted for 12 hours overnight and were also allowed to brush their teeth in the morning.
The study authors suspect that not only does booze dry out a person’s mouth, but that a certain odour or smelling breath is triggered when the body metabolizes alcohol.
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Ini Edo Welcomes First Child Through Surrogacy -Doksblog
Nollywood actress, Ini Edo, has confirmed rumours of her welcoming a daughter through a surrogate mother.
After days of keeping silent since the rumours began, the actress finally opened up in an interview with Stella Korkus, which was published on Friday.
Surrogacy is a practice where a woman (a surrogate) carries a child for another person through artificial insemination of eggs.
Confirming the news, Edo stated that the daughter was genetically hers because her eggs were used to fertilize the child.
She said, “Yes I do have a daughter and I had her through surrogacy. The eggs are mine and so genetically, she’s my blood.
“I chose this path to fulfil my dream of becoming a mother. I still have a good number of eggs frozen in case I decide to do surrogacy again or carry my baby myself.”
She also mentioned that she had the daughter almost a year ago, stating that she planned on breaking the news herself.
“I was hoping to talk about her on her first birthday in a few months but mischief makers beat me to it and spoilt the beautiful story with lies,” Edo said.
Reacting to rumours that her child’s father was a married man, identified as Kome, the actress said, “It is so sad that in Nigeria, when a ‘single’ woman is friends with a guy, it must mean to people that they are dating.
“Kome has been my friend for years and that’s what it is, period. He is a responsible family man and doesn’t deserve to be dragged into my motherhood story.”
She then revealed that she opted for a donor because of her fears saying, “I opted for a donor for me and my baby’s peace of mind.
“Another major reason I opted for a donor is because it scares me so much when I see banter and controversies between a mother and a father over a baby in public forums.”
During the interview, Edo also opened up about her past miscarriages, pointing out that her experience did not influence her decision on surrogacy.
“I had a series of miscarriages in the past but that wasn’t my reason for going this route .I still hope to carry babies In my womb in the future, God willing,” the actress said.
How Often Should You Deworm? -Doksblog
How often should you deworm? Everyone has high risk of getting infected by worms and it has been a very common health problem for children and adults as well.
What Is Deworming?
Deworming is the process of expelling intestinal worms or parasitic worms from the body by administering an anthelmintic (a group of anti-parasitic drugs that expel parasitic worms from the body) medicine or drug.
In more simple terms, it is a medicated process to kill worms.
What Are The Health Benefits Of Deworming?
Studies have shown that deworming has a significant impact on the health, education and livelihoods of treated individuals or children. Outcomes of deworming may include:
- Improves nutrition and decreases loss of blood (anaemia)
- Increases growth and weight gain
- Improves cognition and mental and physical development
- Increases resistance to other infections
- Supports more frequent school attendance among school children
- Improves children’s ability to learn better and be more active in school
- Increase productivity in adulthood
How Often Should You Deworm?
Worms being a very common health issue or challenge for both children and adults, experts recommend that deworming should be done TWICE a year or every six months, starting from the age of two years old.
Are There Side Effects Of Deworming? ALSO READ:
Deworming treatment can have some mild side effects such as dizziness, nausea, headache, and vomiting.
These symptoms likely due to the worms being passed through the body and usually disappear after some time.
Are There Symptoms Of Intestinal Worms?
The common symptoms of intestinal worms are:
- Abdominal pain
- Diarrhea, nausea, or vomiting
- Redness or rash on the buttocks
- Urinating frequently
- Weight loss
- Tiredness, weakness or hunger due to worms.
- Blood in the stool or faeces
Prevention and Home Remedies
One of the more important aspects of prevention is basic sanitation.
For example, people should always wash their hands both before and after using the toilet to avoid possible exposure.
Washing the hands before cooking or handling food is also essential. The reason for this is that many intestinal worms enter the body through the food that a person eats.
As a result, it is essential to follow some safe food and general cleanliness practices:
- Do not defecate in the open, always use a toilet
- Disinfect your toilet seat regularly
- Cook meat properly before eating
- Always wash your hands properly with water and soap before eating & after using the toilet
- Always trim your nails and keep them short & clean
- Always wear slippers or shoes while using the toilet
- Never leave food uncovered
- Always drink filtered clean or bottled water
- Do not ever eat raw vegetables and fruits without washing them with clean water
Some Home Remedies
Garlic – Raw garlic is charged with amino acids containing sulphur, which act as natural deworm for children by killing parasites and expelling them out of your body for good.
Pumpkin seeds – are rich in cucurbitacin, which can paralyze worms and make it impossible for them to survive inside the body.
is known for its medicinal properties due to an enzyme Papain found in it. This enzyme works as an anthelmintic which kills intestinal worms whereas papaya seeds help to expel worms out of the body.
Carrots – are rich in Vitamin A, known for immune-boosting properties which help your body to fight against intestinal worms.
is famous for its medicinal and antiseptic properties for long. It helps to eliminate parasitic worms from your body and also in healing internally.
Coconuts are rich in lauric acid, which forms into monolaurin, a compound known for enhancing immunity. A strong immune system helps your body ward off or eradicate parasitic worms from your body.
PLEASE: Do visit a DOCTOR concerning more complicated issues on deworming…..
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Kayamata Side Effects –
Does Kayamata have side effects? The surge in the demand for sex-related products in Nigeria is so evident.
In reality, herbs and spices have gained prominence in Nigeria nowadays as sexual enhancer or ‘traditional ecstasy’. These herbs and spices come in varying forms, degrees and types.
One of these sexual enhancers is the one popularly known as Kayamata and is widely common and used mostly in the Northern parts of Nigeria by both men and women. It’s also trending too in the Southern part of the country.
These herbal enhancer (Kayamata) comes in different forms; perfumes, tablets, scrabs and ditches.
Is Kayamata A Charm?
This is a common belief among Nigerians. Many people believe that kayamata is evil and that it is utilized by “Runs girls” to capture promiscuous men or husbands.
Some associate it with spirituality while some people experience this as a side effect.
Does Kayamata Have Side Effects? What Is Kayamata?
Kayanmata which originated from the Northern part of Nigeria from the people who speak Hausa, refers to herbs or potions that act as sex or love enhancers for couples.
According to Jaruma, a Kayan Mata specialist, “The aphrodisiac Kayamata originated from northern Nigeria, and a northern thing, a northern passion boosting secret for thousands and thousands of years, certainly centuries,” he says.
Does Kayamata Have Side Effects?
Let me sound it clear here. I studied Biochemistry and I’m here to inform you that there is NO DRUG on earth or in the world that does not have an atom of side effects, be it herbal or orthodox medicine.
However, Kayamata isn’t going to be an exception despite being a popular intimate stimulant or body contact enhancer.
Kayamata on its own has certain hazardous adverse effects that you should be aware of before using it. Let’s consider the following…..
Failure of the Liver
It’s very important you know that Kayamata is a herbal supplement that, like all drugs, is excreted via the liver.
Kayanmata’s constituents or metabolites may be toxic or harmful to the liver, resulting in liver failure.
In addition to liver failure, the consumed herbal medicines were excreted by the kidneys.
The hazardous byproducts that may be found in this intimate enhancer called Kayamata can cause renal failure by shutting down the kidneys.
Using Kayamata could potentially expose your body to infections like yeast infection. In other words, Kayamata use could be the cause of recurrent candidiasis or discharge.
Besides, women who use Kayamata openly run the danger of bringing bacteria into their bodies and developing Pelvic Inflammatory Disease as a result (PID).
Fever, discharge, foul odour, pain during SEXUAL intercourse, irregular menstrual periods, and tubal obstruction are all signs of PID.
Drug Interactions And Allergies
Some medications should never be used with herbal remedies or mixtures. Some blood pressure or diabetes medicines may interact unfavorably with Kanyamata, resulting in pharmacological toxicity or inefficacy.
Concerning allergic reaction, Kayamata may be something you’re allergic to. Therefore, be careful before consuming Kayamata because of its potential allergic reaction.
Putting Kayamata into a woman’s body might result in major injuries and ulcers in her private area and pubic region.
Does Kayamata have side effects? Drop your comments…..
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