Environmental Toxins

7 Tips for People Living with Sensitive Teeth

If you are affected by tooth sensitivity, you are not alone. As many as 60% of all Americans are, at some point or another, suffering with you. You might be wondering, "What is the cause of this condition?" The truth is, when the enamel and dentine areas of the teeth get worn out by rough handling, an infection or vigorous brushing, the exposed nerve endings get agitated, leading to sensitive teeth. This condition is characterized by throbbing tooth pain and general discomfort around the sensitive areas. Many home remedies can be used to control the pain.

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10 Most Common Environmental Toxins

Top 10 most common environmental toxins

The following toxins are among the most prevalent in our air, water and/or food supply, as reported by Dr. Joseph Mercola, a leader in the U.S. wellness movement, New York Times bestselling author and founder of Mercola.com, the second most visited non-governmental health website after WebMD.

This list is by no means all-inclusive, as thousands of other toxins are also circulating in our environment.

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