It all begins with a tingling sensation in the back of your throat. Your nose is stuffed up, and your body hurts the next day. And it's like you've ingested sandpaper as a side effect. Cough medication and nasal decongestants may be your first layer of protection when a test shows that the virus you have is just a cold. However, if you prioritized efforts to overcome the effects of your cold on your teeth and general oral health, you'd be better off.
There are more chances of infection in the mouth during flu and cold as germs grow in infected sputum. You must need to take some steps towards your best health.
Select Sugar-free Cough Syrups
Gargle with Saltwater
Swish and Spit After Vomiting
Practice Good Hygiene
Stay Hydrated to Avoid Dry Mouth
If you get a cold, take the necessary steps to prevent dry mouth and sinus pain, both of which can lead to more severe conditions. You'll also protect your teeth, gums, lips, mouth, and overall oral health by taking action. Plus, you'll recover faster from the common cold by following good advice. One more thing: Don't forget extra rest and some chicken soup!
*Neither this nor any other content in this media is meant to prescribe, recommend, or prevent any treatment or procedure. We highly recommend that you get the advice of a qualified dentist or other medical practitioners regarding your specific dental condition.
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