Taking Charge of Your Health

Toothaches can vary greatly, from mild soreness
to an unbearable throbbing pain in your teeth or around your jaws. Some of the main causes of toothaches are
cavities, an infection, an exposed tooth root, a cracked tooth, gum disease, a loose filling,
or jaw joint disorder. A toothache happens when the central region
of the tooth, known as the pulp, becomes irritated or inflamed. The pulp consists of several nerve endings
that are highly sensitive. Pulp can become inflamed or irritated for
many reasons, some of which are noted above. If you have toothache, it is best to seek
immediate advice from a dentist before the problem worsens. You can also try some natural remedies to
relieve the pain temporarily. 1. Pepper and Salt Salt mixed with pepper can be of great use
when a tooth becomes extremely sensitive as both the ingredients have antibacterial, anti-inflammatory
and analgesic properties. Mix equal amounts of pepper and common salt
with a few drops of water to form a paste. Apply the paste directly on the affected tooth
and allow it to sit for a few minutes. Do this daily for several days. 2. Garlic Use of garlic can also provide immense relief
from toothache. Garlic has antibiotic and other medicinal
properties that can be very effective in reducing the pain. Mix a crushed garlic clove (or garlic powder)
with some table salt or black salt and apply it directly on the affected tooth to alleviate
the pain. If you prefer, you can chew one or two cloves
of garlic to get relief. Repeat this natural treatment for a few days. 3. Cloves Cloves have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial,
antioxidant and anesthetic properties that help alleviate tooth pain and fight infection. Grind two whole cloves. Mix in a little olive oil or any vegetable
oil and apply on the affected tooth. Another option is to dab a cotton ball in
clove oil and rub it directly on the sore tooth. Or, you can mix a few drops of clove oil in
half a glass of water and use it as a mouth rinse. 4. Guava Leaves Fresh guava leaves can also alleviate toothache,
thanks to their anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antimicrobial properties. Simply chew one or two tender guava leaves
until the juice starts working on the affected tooth. You can also use raw spinach leaves in the
same way. 5. Vanilla Extract Vanilla extract is another popular home remedy
for treating toothache as it helps numb the pain. Plus, the vanilla has a calming effect. Dip a cotton swab in vanilla extract and dab
it on the affected area. Do this a few times a day until you get relief. 6. Ice Cubes Ice can help alleviate tooth pain by numbing
the nerve endings. Wrap a small ice cube in a thin cotton cloth. Hold it on your cheek near the aching tooth
for a few minutes. If you have exposed nerves, contact with the
cold can cause more pain. An acupressure technique that can ease tooth
pain is to rub an ice cube between your index finger and thumb for a few minutes. If you like the video, give it a thumbs†up
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68 thoughts on “6 Proven Ways to Stop a Toothache and Relieve Pain

  1. omg I was in pain for about three days pretty much wanted to rip my tooth out. yesterday was Christmas sucked ass Cuz I was in pain all day and grouchy like a Mofo seen this video and I'll be damned I never believe anyone on YouTube but for some reason I had no choice my tooth pain had me desperate especially Cuz my dentist appointment ain't for another week. this medicine really works and works fast I did it in the parking lot and instant relief FYI it tastes like shit tho ain't gonna lie burns like hell too……..thanks for the video man

  2. I'm watching the heck out of these as my insurance would rather pay for thee effects of gum disease. but watching this 6 things you can do I totally agree w/clove oil. It used to be sold in the smallest of bottles. Just a piece of cotton with the clove oil gives relief. I've crushed up some cloves to put into that old bottle. Just as effective as Orajel.

  3. There is an easier way u can just use toothpaste with mentol and it wont hurt anymore and then dont eat or drink anything half an hour

  4. the way I do it it's if I'm going to bed, I spray my the area that's throbing with antiseptic spray (Mainly for sore throats) then brush my teeth, after that I use this mouthwash that fights infection, suck on a menthol sweet and sleep woth my head elevated because the blood presume doesn't build up and alow it to throb as much.

  5. people use SEA SALT!! it will help heal your gums witg its trace minerals. table salt has about 2 minerals vs himalayan salt which has 60+ trace minerals

  6. ice in cloth #6 dont work, that everyones first go to and it dont work, but the ice in the thumb and index finger does….weirdly enough!


  8. Omfg!!! I'm in so much pain!!!! And the ice only works when it's on my tooth!!! Once I take it off the pain is back!!!! I'm in fking tears!!! And I never cry from pain!!! I'm close to screaming!!!!

  9. Had molar pulled in September 2017. Now the tooth in front of it hurts like heck. Root is exposed, but special toothpastes are not helping. I am going back to dentist.

  10. It's better to put the whole clove into the tooth,Mines got a hole so i stuck it inside it and the pain eased up.

  11. Black pepper and salt paste work within 2 minutes of placing it on my painful almost cried to death area. Now I can sleep, thanks

  12. Keeping ice between thumb and index finger really worked for me..i was in great pain it gave me relief..even the pepper and sodium worked

  13. Rub muscle rub on your cheek where the toothache is (not in your mouth!), if it's really bad rub all over the entire cheek and down your neck. Take pain meds, stay away from anything with sugar, brush your teeth extra and hold mouthwash in a lil while , the mint helps the pain. Do these exact steps and go to your dentist asap. Hopefully this helps! ?

  14. Put super cold water in your mouth until you have your remedies started – I almost died today . I hope these narcotics help .

  15. what worked for me and a cracked molar that had to come out, i stopped the pain for 6 weeks within an hour this way: stop all acidic liquids i.e. fruit juice and coffee for 5 days and drink flat water only, no sparkling.

    ongoingly, i might add 4 drops 2% lugol's iodine to 1/2 glass water with 1 tsp salt and rinse after brushing to halt (and reverse) decay.

  16. Or just buy headache medicine, or ibuprofen, it only last for some couple of hours tho'. Yeah still, go see a dentist

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