Every Tooth Is Connected To An Organ In Your Body: Tooth Aches Predict Organ Problem! - RiseEarth

Every Tooth Is Connected To An Organ In Your Body: Tooth Aches Predict Organ Problem!


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by Family Health Freedom Network

People should definitely pay close attention to their teeth since they can indicate certain organ problems. According to many experts, the condition of our kidneys and bladder is maintained by your bottom and upper incisors (first and second).

When it comes to the normal condition of liver and bile, they are associated with the canines. The premolars are closely connected with your lung and colon, thus they indicate in what condition are these organs. The molars (6 and 7) indicate the condition of pancreas, spleen and gall bladder, while the wisdom teeth the condition of your heart and small bowel.

However, there are diseases which cannot be indicated by the damage of your tooth since it has been already removed. This pain is called phantom pain and it usually appears as a signal that an affected organ is sending to your teeth.



There is definitely a strong connection between your organs and your teeth, so make sure to pay close attention to the state of your teeth in order to detect the diseases as earlier as possible. Moreover, due to this strong connection, you will experience headaches or migraines.

For instance, if your roots are inflamed, you will experience pain in your parietal area. On the other hand, you will feel pain in the frontal area if there is a problem with the lesions to your upper incisors.

An indication that you probably have chronic pyeloenphritis (infection of the upper urinary tract), cystitis (a bacterial infection of the bladder) or otitis media (ear infection) is the pain in your first and second incisors.

A signal of tonsillitis, osteoachondrosis (joint disease) is a pain in the first incisor, while a constant ache in the same area is an indicator of cholecystitis (acute inflammation of the gallbladder wall) or hepatitis.

Allergic reactions like asthma or thinosinusitis, as well as chronic pneumonia and colitis will be indicated with an ache in your fourth and fifth molar.

Certain pain in your lower and upper fourth molars is an indication that you have some problems with your shoulders, knee joints. Moreover, it is also a sign that you suffer from some arthritis-related inflammation or even bowel disease.

When it comes to ulcers, anemia, ulcers duodenum, pancreatitis or gastritis, you will experience pain in your upper sixes and sevens.

On the other hand, if you feel an ache only in your upper sixes, it means you are dealing with tumors of the thyroid gland, sinusitis, tonsillitis and even ovary and spleen inflammation.

If you suffer from arteriosclerosis, or you have certain health issues associated with your arteries, you will experience pain in your lower molars.

Many experts claim that pain in your lower seven is an indicator that you are dealing with certain lung problems like asthma, inflammation or bronchitis. Moreover, it can also be a sign of the presence of polyps in your bowels.

At last but not least, you should also be aware of the fact that certain issues with your molars are often connected to heart disease and congenital defect. When it comes to caries in this area, it means that you are dealing with ulcers in your stomach or problems with the endocrine system.
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