Yes, gargling with warm salt water can help tender gums somewhat. However, if your gums are inflamed and swollen, there may be an underlying issue such as gum disease so it would be wise to consult your dentist.
Gargling with salt water will not get rid of tonsilitis, but it will help soothe the pain of it. Many people make the mistake of making the water too salty; you're just trying to match the salinity of your own body fluids, so a quarter teaspoon of table salt in a glass of room-temperature water will work fine.
Tonsilitis is most commonly a bacterial infection, so it will take the appropriate antibiotic to get over it.
Gargling salt water can get rid of the tonsil stone for a little bit in some cases but not forever. I dont like to gargle salt water because it really doesnt get rid of it quickly. Better ideas are to use a water pik (most ppl dont own them though) so some times (I know this sounds weird) I use a squirt bottle or a water gun and spray water in my throat at the stone. It really replaces the water pik and helps alot. It also is kind of fun. yes, weird situation, but it works perfectly.
I am not for sure whether it will reduce the infection in the gums, but it will ease the pain that comes along with it. Though, the pain relief does not last long enough to satisfy the need.
Yes, especially if you tip your head back and gargle energetically with half a mouthful. The bacteria you want to kill are on the back of your tongue and throat.
Yes it does, not sure how or why but it sure helped me.
Try gargling salt water or go to your doctor.
yes salt water helps your gums from pain and burning sensation
gargling warm salt water (this is what i learned from a friends garandmother)
It depends on what you are gargling and the cause for the sore throat. Most sore throats are a result of bacterial or viral infection, and gargling frequently with a salt water solution can be very beneficial.
Yes. It helps take down the swelling and can also help your throat feel better. You can also try swishing and gargling peroxide in your mouth. IT helps dull the pain.
Gargle with salt water and take a multivitamin daily.
Because it is not water, it is sap from the coconut palm (containing the nourishment and nutrients that are needed to help the coconut form.
Yes, Also when your gums are inflamed and bleeding from flossing after infrequent flossing or right after you have had your teeth cleaned by a dental hygienist as your gums will tend to be sore after the trauma to the tissue caused by a good dental cleaning. Rinsing with as warm as you can stand it, salt water will help relieve the pain and inflammation of the gums.
Extra sleep and drink more water if it persist I would see a doctor
It can I was dehydrated and my testicles were terrible then I got water into me and it started to help
This is just a feel good rumor. It can't hurt though esp if you just forgot to wash your hands and had contact with your mouth, but it would have to be almost instantly to have any effect against the virus. At the very least you will have germ free teeth and gums, so gargle and rinse away.
You have a sore throat. It can be caused by a viral infection, and it can be a strep infection (strep throat). Gargling with warm salt water for 30 seconds at least 4 times a day can help it get better sooner.