Using alcohol-based mouthwashes after every meal is safe
Alcohol is dehydrating and denaturing to the ecology of the mouth. It destroys all microorganisms in the mouth, including the good bacteria. It may also cause ulcers and destroy cavity fillings. Excessive use of alcohol-based mouthwash may put one at risk of developing oral cancer.
And we don't want that by any means.
Let's stay safe and within the bounds of moderation.
Сейчас бы найти эту заветную волшебную палочку. Взмахнуть ею….и закружится в белоснежном, легком, искрящемся снегопаде! Ловить ртом снежинки, дышать морозным воздухом...прижаться к родному плечу и молча смотреть в бесконечность любимых глаз...
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No matter what you are feeling right now or what you felt yesterday, you have the power to feel better. It’s a mental switch and decision to help yourself...keep looking for the better feeling and soon you will be lifted up and beyond your doubt, fear and sadness
As you begin to feel better you can infuse this better feeling with gratitude for your ability, to turn things around, your tenacity and commitment and as we’re only ever working with energy, the Laws of the Universe respond and you begin to attract more of what you want which will elevate your wellbeing even more ❤️.
Bit later opening the curtains this morning and I missed sun up! It took me a little time to get up after having my pelvis put back in place yesterday afternoon 😉 progress at last as we now know that when I fell over (seven weeks ago!) I knocked my pelvis out on the right hand side! And that explains not everything, but quite a lot! An MRI scan in the new year will hopefully fill in the missing details but in the meantime I can start increasing my daily steps again on the road to recovery 😎 #newday#backpainrelief#steppingout