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Gargle Salt Water For 1 Week, See What Happens To Your Body




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Gargle Salt Water For 1 Week, See What Happens To Your Body
Gargle Salt Water For 1 Week, See What Happens To Your Body


Gargle Salt Water For 1 Week, See What Happens To Your Body

From maintaining your ph levels, clearing nasal congestion, providing relief from tonsillitis, eliminating bad breath to relieving mouth ulcer pain and many more.
1. Soothes inflammation and prevents infection from returning: The addition of salt to a glass of warm water used as a gargle creates an osmosis effect where the concentration of salt draws fluids from your mouth and throat tissues to relieve a painful infection. It also breaks up thick mucus, which can remove irritants like allergens, bacteria and fungi from your throat.

2. Reduces Respiratory Infections: A 2005 study used a test group of 400 people split into two groups. One group was asked to gargle salt water three times a day. The other group was not. After a test run of 60 days during flu season, the group of people who used salt water gargle saw a 40 percent decrease in upper respiratory tract infections compared to the other group.  For those who did get sick, their bronchial symptoms were helped by the salt water gargle.


3. Treats Dental Plaque and Prevents Gingivitis: Saltwater gargles may treat and prevent dental plaque and gingivitis. Plaque is a sticky film of bacteria that forms on the teeth and along your gum lining. If left untreated for too long, it can harden into tartar and eventually develop into gingivitis.

4. Eases Sore Throat: A sore throat can be a result of bacterial or viral infections or allergic reactions. Gargling with salt water can help relieve the condition.

5. Helps Balance PH Levels In Your Mouth: Salt water neutralizes acids caused by invading bacteria. This, in turn, helps keep a balanced pH level in your mouth. The bacteria would much prefer a steamy, acidic home, which can also help prevent gingivitis.


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