How to Stop Toothache without Opening Your Mouth

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ImageHere is a quick way to stop tooth ache with opening your mouth

Just rub ice on the back of your hand, on the V-shaped webbed area between your thumb and index finger.

This technique reduces toothache pain by as much as 50 percent compared with using no ice. The nerve pathways at the base of that V stimulate an area of the brain that blocks pain signals from the face and hands. Remember if toothache persists visit your dentist


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One Response to “How to Stop Toothache without Opening Your Mouth”

  1. I found something that works. Some one wrote that their grandmother said to take an aspirin and let it slowly melt next to the tooth; Allowing the medicine to come directly in contact with the infected tooth and gum, which kills the bacteria and helps to take the pain away. It works!

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