Why do Tonsil Stones is Very Annoying for Us

Why do tonsil stones is very annoying for us? because tonsil stones smell bad and sometime it’s hard to remove 😦 Tonsil stone is one of the disorders which makes a lot of people become very upset, including me in the past. The tonsil stones fact is really like that, tonsil stones is very annoying for all of us because it can make our life unhappy and uncomfortable. But as I have explained in THIS article, and THIS article, tonsil stones it is not really difficult to be cured if we already know about how to cure it. In this article, I just want to tell you the facts about why tonsil stones are very annoying for me, maybe you too.

1. Smell Bad

When you wake up in the morning, you will cleaning up yourself, wash your face, hands and even brush your teeth after breakfast. But all of that things is not enough to eliminate the odor from the tonsil stones, tonsil stones is very bad of smell, you may feel nauseous if you feel the smell. This is the first fact why tonsil stones are very annoying. Tonsil stone made by micro particle and bacteria!

2. Pain while swallow

When you’re enjoying an expensive menu at an super restaurant, you may feel very happy, luxurious atmosphere and high class of music will make you feel like in a surge, but the fact is all of that can be destroyed in an instant. If you’re have tonsil stones, it will make you like a crazy guy, pain in the throat will usually appear caused by tonsil stones. When someone with tonsil stones is swallowing the food, and yes the tonsil stones give the effect of painful when swallowing, this is the second fact why tonsil stones are very annoying, fancy restaurant, good food? that is not enough to enjoy your life is you have tonsil stone.

3. Bad breath, give me more air !!

Shortness of breath (bad breath) is one of the effects of tonsil stones which is very popular. Indeed not all people who suffer from tonsil stones can feel it, but believe me, when these symptoms come up, then you will feel uncomfortable, whenever and wherever you are. At night, it’s the time to sleep and it can be a hostile, when tonsils tones symptoms attack you, then you will feel the tightness when breathing, because tonsil stones can cover most of your throat cavity, and cover most of your respiratory tract. Do not expect to sleep comfortably, just thinking about it will make me very sick.

Do you still want to life with the tonsil stones inside your throat? I don’t think so, natural and home tonsil stones removal is the best way to cure your suffer. The facts above is enough to make me hate tonsil stones forever, and how to cure tonsil stones? There are many ways that we can take to remove tonsils tones, just wait for the next post 😀

Justine is Non-Expert Guy, He Just Treatments Enthusiast

In fact, people have right to understand the work of every treatment for medication, so it doesn’t always belong to experts. Although the non-expert guy like me tend to be considered as “treatment enthusiast” thus we still need to learn self-medication as the early aid before going further to any expensive counter remedies. There are more reasons of why people should be aware of “DIY” such treatment. Anyways, let’s have a discussion about it thoroughly.

Some of mentioned fiction stories below, are potentially based on real story. Nevertheless, we can positively obtain the moral story through your reading. Continue reading

Causes and Prevention of Tonsil Stones

Tonsillitis is one of the more prevalent disorders in both children and adults. Although tonsillitis may appear harmful, it’s actually relatively easy to treat. We can use natural remedies as well as surgical procedures to deal with this disorder.

In comparison with days past, tonsil patients of today are considered to be relatively more fortunate. In terms of the available treatments and information pertaining to this disorder. There are various treatment options for tonsil stones available today, as opposed to yesteryears where surgically removing the tonsils is the only available treatment method. While adults are generally able to cope with surgery, children are not always so resilient. Surgery is a frightening thing for essentially all children. Continue reading

Are Tonsil Stones Dangerous? How to Avoid Them?

Some people keep asking, “Are tonsil stones dangerous?” Followed by the 2nd most popular question of, “What are tonsil stones and how can I avoid them?” Fact is, if we have a basic understand what tonsil stones actually are, we can have some understanding of how ‘dangerous’ they can be. But as a lot of people are still missing that underlying knowledge on tonsil stones in general, they’re likely to keep asking and wondering about this thing called tonsil stones.

Before we dive deeper into the subject of the dangers tonsil stones may present, let me first provide the basic facts of tonsil stones, as have been explained here http://tonsilstonesremovals.blogspot.com/ and Wikipedia also posted here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tonsillolith

tonsil tones image 1Tonsil stones are things that are yellowish-white in color, and are similar to stones. Tonsil stones are formed by foods residues that stick onto your mouth. The existence of bacteria also plays a part in the forming these stuff that’s lodged into the crevices of the mouth.

The telltale signs of people with tonsil stones are pain while swallowing and bad breath. If you experience any of the aforementioned symptoms, then you need to immediately check the areas around your mouth and tonsils. And if you come across a solid object that is yellowish-white, then there’s a good chance that might be tonsil stones and you need to watch out.

The ‘dangers’ of tonsil stones.

In reality, tonsil stones doesn’t really present an immediate danger or health concerns to people suffering from this condition. I mean unlike laryngitis which can really cause severe discomfort, tonsil stones can only be considered dangerous when it’s reached a certain size and therefore impede on respiratory functions and the swallowing of food.

When a tonsil stone is large enough in size, then the bad breath associated with this condition can really debilitate your social life. These stones are formed by food residues and bacteria as well as dead cells which accumulate to form tonsil stones.

The substances contained in these stones can produce a really pungent and unpleasant odor, similar to sulfur. So in answering the initial question of, “Are tonsil stones dangerous?” Yes, it can be dangerous, but not in a life-threatening sense, but more in a social sense. Having a really severe case of bad breath can really debilitate you socially, professionally as well as romantically.

Okay, so let’s review these effects on your body and general health. As discussed previously, tonsil stones are made up of various things including bacteria. Bacteria accumulates on the tonsils and will inevitably affect your general health. Pay attention to the following picture, tonsil stones can actually trap tiny particles in the mouth. This can have an adverse effect because if the particles accumulate – which they eventually will – they will form a solid object that can clog your throat and mouth. So apart from halitosis (which is the fancy term for bad breath), these stones may actually endanger your life (although pretty unlikely I might add).

Let’s take this a step further; say that you’re now living with tonsil stones and you want to treat your condition. Realistically, what can you do? Well, there’s actually a lot of ways you can take to eliminate your tonsil stones, but I’m just going to discuss the more well known ones.

  1. Surgery: Are you terrified of the idea of going under the knife? Yes, one of the surest way to eliminate your tonsil stones and stop them from recurring is surgery. “Is it safe?” I hear you ask. Although I’m sure that most doctors or surgeons are very competent and professionals, but there’s always a risk in undergoing surgery. One of my biggest concerns regarding surgically removing your tonsils are the possible bleeding that may occur. Although this risk is a possibility, it’s also somewhat unlikely.
  2. Natural, home remedies: This is one of the most popular tonsil removal methods to date. This approach allows us to utilize natural, everyday ingredients to our advantage. This approach is considered risk free as it doesn’t involve mutilating oneself with a surgical knife. For example, we can use salt and warm water and mix them together to form a concoction with tonsil stones removal properties. Gargle 3 times a day with this mixture and watch as the mixture slowly erodes the stones. We can also use lemon and water mixture, which you then must gargle. Don’t forget to spit the mixture out, do not swallow. The mixture will have tonsil stones debris as well as bacteria and germs which are hazardous to your health.
  3. Minor tools and even hands: Cotton buds are one of the tools you can use to dislodge the stones. You can even use your fingers to do so. If it sounds easy, well it’s because it is easy. But you need to keep exercising caution as the chances of bleeding and subsequently infection are always a possibility. Make sure you wash your hands properly before attempting to remove the tonsil stones.

So the bottom line is that tonsil stones can indeed present its sufferers with health risks, like bad breath which can seriously jeopardize your social and love life. The discomfort when eating or drinking and ultimately the risks involved with our attempt to remove them. Tonsil stones removal can pave the way to infection as its removal may cause bleedings and lacerations.

Although it’s safe to say that tonsil stones are not exactly lethal or life threatening, but their presence do affect some parts of our lives and health. The psychological aspects of tonsil stones are the ones that are frequently overlooked by medical professionals and the general public alike. Basically, tonsil stones are not something that you want to be present in your life.

Maintaining the health and hygiene of your mouth and throat, avoiding the occurrence and recurrence of this condition is something that you can do fairly easily. Like regularly brushing your teeth, gargle with anti-bacterial mouthwash and so on. Point is, at best tonsil stones can be a nuisance, while at worst they can pose some serious risks to your health. The easiest way of avoiding them is to adopt a healthy mouth and throat regiment, and stick to it religiously.