The Top 3 Tonsil Stone Causes – Plus, Getting Rid of Them Forever!October 11, 2017 / byPuget Sound Life / Categories : Puget Sound General
Tonsil stones wreck lives. Dramatic as that might sound, those little white spots at the back of your throat probably have you shying away from social situations, embarrassed of your bad breath. Just one simple tonsil stone causes anxiety and self consciousness. Though rarely painful, you may feel constantly self conscious about your breath, searching for remedies and trying different medications to get rid of them. Well, you’re not alone. Tonsillitis is extremely common.
Learning about tonsil stone causes will ultimately help in your quest to get back to a normal life.
They are basically a mixture of mucus, bacteria tiny food particles. Each of these ingredients, naturally occurring in the throat, gets caught in little pockets on the surface of the tonsils and mixes together to create the trademark white spots which causes the associated problems.
The top 3 most common causes of tonsil stones are:
Bacteria. Everyone has oral bacteria, it helps in breaking down food and is present in our saliva. Bad bacteria can be banished by practicing good oral hygiene. Brush your teeth frequently, preferably after eating, and use a mouth wash to help keep your bacteria healthy.
Diet. A bad diet has also been attributed to tonsil stone causes. Eating healthy foods is extremely important. It has also been suggested that dairy products may be associated with the development of tonsillitis.
Genetics. Health issues are often genetic, tonsillitis is no exception. If you have a history of tonsillitis in your family, chances are you may also get them. Now, unfortunately there’s not a great deal you can do about that, but if you are unlucky enough to have tonsil stones in your genes, or for any other reason, help is at hand.
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