Anyone can get mouthwash, but women, teens, and young adults are more likely to get it. Most people, although they have been exposed to the plague for some time, some will soon become infected. What could be the cause?
Mouth sore is a superficial wound in the form of a cavity that forms on the tongue or the outer part of the lips or cheeks. The periphery of the pest is red but the center is white. They are usually painful and make it difficult for a person to eat or speak. A person may have one or more pests. Unlike herpes, it cannot be transmitted to another person. Anyone can get mouth sores, but women, teens, and young adults are more likely to get it. Most people get occasional mouth sores, but others get regular sores.
What causes mouth sores?
The cause of oral plague is unknown but is more common in members of the same family, which means that the occurrence of frequent plagues is linked to genetic predisposition. Dandruff is not contagious.
In addition, mouthwash can occur in the following conditions:
When a person is tired or suffering from stress.
Some women are menstruating during their menstrual cycle.
When injuring the mouth, such as biting the lips.
Pressure or stimulation of the teeth.
Existence of food allergies. Getting some foods that a person is allergic to can lead to pests. In a small study conducted in 1991, food allergy tests were positive in 20 patients. After removing the category of foods to which the participants were allergic, 18 people had a significant improvement in their pests.
Get juices or drinks that are high in acid, such as orange juice.
Weak immune system.
Lack of adequate intake of vitamins and minerals from the diet; In fact, a lack of nutrients, especially iron, folic acid, and vitamin B12, predisposes people to oral pests; Twenty percent of people who frequently suffer from pneumonia suffer from the micronutrient deficiencies listed:
Iron is found in liver, red meat, poultry, tuna, shrimp, oatmeal, beans, lentils, tofu cheese, and spinach.
Folic acid is found in legumes, nuts, asparagus, avocados, broccoli, citrus fruits, green leafy vegetables, liver, poultry, and whole grains of wheat.
Vitamin B12 is also found in red meat, liver, fish, eggs, yeast, and some fortified breakfast cereals.
What are the symptoms of oral plague?
The most important sign of a mouth sore is a superficial sore on the tongue or on the inside of the lips and cheeks. They can be small or large, with a red circle around them and a yellow or white center. Usually a person gets four more than one oral plague at a time. Mouth sores often start with a burning or itching sensation.
Some of them may be swollen and painful, making it difficult to swallow and speak. Mouth sores last 7 to 10 days. Mild forms improve completely within 1 to 3 weeks, but in the case of severe mouth sores, it may take up to 6 weeks for them to go away. Some people become victims of the next pest after the first pest has healed. Most mouth sores go away completely without leaving a scar.
How to diagnose oral plague
If you see a doctor or dentist because of the pain caused by a mouth sore, he or she will diagnose a mouth sore by examining and observing the mouth.
How to treat oral plague
In most cases, you do not need to see a doctor. They heal on their own. Some home remedies can be effective in relieving the pain caused by oral plague:
Choose foods that are soft and easy to swallow, such as yogurt or dilute soup. Cut your food into small pieces and mash it or mash it.
Drink cool liquids. Sometimes contact of fluids with pest sores can lead to pain. Use straws so that the liquids received do not come into contact with the pest. Keep ice cubes on the pest until numb.
Brush carefully so that the wounds do not come in contact with the toothbrush.
Rinse your mouth with salt water. To make salt water, dissolve 1 teaspoon (5 g) of salt in a glass (250 ml) of lukewarm water.
Bought medicines without the need for a pesticide prescription, using a cotton sponge or cotton ball to apply it on the mouth pests 3 to 4 times a day.
Source-Women’s World Monthly