Everyone has more or less oral problems. However, do you wake up every morning with bad breath or bad breath?
Why does the mouth hurt when I wake up in the morning? In traditional medicine, long-term mouth soreness is believed to be caused by internal heat. This includes heat of liver and bile and stomach heat.
Therefore, if you have been facing the morning with a sore mouth for a long time, it is likely that your liver and gallbladder have inflammation. However, some people have normal liver and gallbladder function, but there are cases of bad breath and bad breath due to bad food intake.
In Western medicine, it is believed that long-term chronic diseases such as diabetes can also cause symptoms of mouth soreness.
In addition, people who work with a lot of brain load or have a lot of steroids, have disordered food consumption, and are not active, have a slow gastrointestinal activity, and because of the slow digestion of food in the stomach, they suffer from bad breath.
How to manage indoor heat? The cause of internal heat is the accumulation of moisture and heat. It is often caused by the weather and living in a humid place for a long time. Therefore, you should avoid living in a humid environment as much as possible. During the humid summer season, it is important to reduce going outside, go to bed at a regular time, and get good sleep without overexertion.
Eat mostly light foods in your daily diet. Eat less hot foods such as lamb, ginger, spices, fried products, and alcohol.
People with internal heat should avoid going out when the air pressure is high or stay outside for a long time. Get out into the light morning air to exercise, and warm up your body lightly without doing too much strenuous exercise. After exercise, it is important to dry your sweat completely because entering a cold place or getting wind can cause your body heat to rise.
Also, if you have stomach and bile heat, drinking red bean tea can reduce the symptoms. By paying attention to these, it is possible to remove internal heat by supporting the function of the spleen without using diuretics.
Everyone’s body is different, so it is better to get the right treatment advice under the guidance of a professional doctor than to waste time trying to treat it yourself.