Gum Disease and Chronic Fatigue - What A Pain!



Gum Disease is a very common complaint for chronic fatigue sufferers. The associated infections can put an unnecessary burden on the body's defenses.

Any problems with the teeth and/or mouth could be a major contributor to the overall drain and tiredness that you are dealing with.

These could include,

• Cavities

• Gum Infections

• Tartar (calcium buildup along the gumline)

• Bacteria in the teeth from improper removal of fillings, teeth, or crowns.

• Infections from root canals

• Mercury in fillings: Mercury leaking from filled teeth directly suppresses cortisol and can cause low adrenal function.

It is important that you see a dentist regularly to get proper care and cleaning for your teeth. If you have had problems with your current dentist, you may want to seek out a dentist who understands how dental problems can affect the adrenals and cause severe fatigue. A holistic dentist who treats the whole body and not just your mouth would be of great benefit.

Another factor to consider: You may feel worse AFTER you go to the dentist. Sometimes just removing tartar from the teeth can cause infection flareups.

Here is a tip for you:

There are many different products available to relieve the terrible pain and clear up the infections.

Here is what I have found works the best. You might even reverse your gingivitus completely.

Bronner's Soap (almond, peppermint, tea tree oil) Yes, the famous Bronner's Soap! It cleared the infection quickly and painlessly! Put one drop on your toothbrush avoiding getting on your tongue.

(This gives new meaning to washing your mouth out with soap!)

Dr. Bronner's Castile Liquid Soap - Almond, 16 oz

Dr. Bronner's Castile Liquid Soap - Peppermint, 16 oz

Dr. Bronner's Castile Liquid Soap - Tea Tree, 16 oz

Also, I recommend tea tree oil rubbed on the gums with a cotton swab.

Desert Essence Tea Tree Oil - 0.5 oz

Miracle II brand Neutralizer Gel plus one drop Bronner's Soap and brush normally.

These worked better than all the herbal gels, toothpastes, rinses, etc. put together that I have tried. They are inexpensive and effective.

Gum disease is easily treatable and may remove the symptoms of chronic fatigue permanently!

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