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Tongue cleaned in stainless steel for daily hygiene.
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Ayurveda - Ancient Indian science of healthy living - pays great attention to tongue hygiene. Just like brushing your teeth, daily cleaning your tongue removes the toxic deposits known as Ama. According to Ayurveda, pure tongue is the key to oral health. Food residues, bacterial plaque, toxins and fungal colonies on the tongue are the cause of many oral problems and health problems in general. It is a favorable environment for microorganisms that cause inflammatory processes in the oral cavity (caries, periodontal disease, stomatitis) and poison the body (stomach, intestines). In addition, the bacteria rot, releasing volatile sulfur compounds, which cause bad breath.
Modern oral hygiene experts agree that every day you have to clean your tongue at the same time as brushing your teeth.
Regular tongue cleaning helps:
• get rid of the huge number of disease-causing microbes that cause various oral diseases (caries, periodontal disease, stomatitis);
• get rid of unpleasant odors;
• activating and stimulating the function of internal organs by massaging the active points and receptors of the tongue, thus improving general well-being;
• A clean tongue helps you get a fuller taste, which the tongue plaque interferes with. You will discover new nuances of taste, and no matter how strange it may be, you will start eating less. According to Ayurveda, the need for food not only satisfies the feeling of hunger but also the sense of taste. When the taste perception goes awry, it leads to overeating and overweight.
Push and tighten your tongue as much as you would like to reach for your chin. Hold the tongue cleaner with both hands and clean from root to tip, 'feathered', with gentle, slow movements. Do not apply too much pressure to avoid disturbing the taste buds. To avoid discomfort, try not to touch the root of the tongue. Clean until there is plaque on the tongue cleaner. Tongue should be cleaned twice a day, as should teeth. It is especially important to clean your tongue in the evening before going to bed, as the food residue on the tongue decomposes rapidly overnight. When you see what remains on the tongue cleaner, you will immediately understand why it is not just the teeth that need to be cleaned.