Why You Must Take Care of Your Teeth.
Your Teeth are Connected to Your Overall Health.
You may have heard that your teeth and gums are related to heart problems. Did you know your teeth are connected to your meridians, which are energy pathways connected to your organs, body systems, spine (vertebras), glands, and joints too?
For instance, your 2 front teeth (incisors) tooth #8 and #9 correlate to your bladder, kidney(s). They are also connected to your coccyx, sacrum, foot and knee. Which can mean if you are having problems with either of these teeth, you may be having kidney and or urinary tract symptoms, along with uterine problems for females and prostate connection for males.
Another Example – Your first upper premolar teeth #4 and #5 relate to your large intestine meridian, along with liver, gall bladder and your right lung. And directly below these upper premolars is your lower first premolar teeth #28 and #29 which relates to your stomach meridian and liver, pancreas, and breast. Having digestion problems or gall bladder, etc. may be traced back to your teeth #4 and or #5.
What happens is your tooth problem affects your health by disrupting the energy flow along that tooth’s meridian, which causes a problem with the organ, body system (e.g., digestion, respiratory) that the tooth relates to. It’s not just physical symptoms that cause the tooth or health problem. Emotional feelings such as sadness, depression, anger, overwhelmed can also disrupt the meridian energy flow and cause a tooth problem, which can lead to a health condition.
2 Ways to Look at Your Teeth Connecting to Your Health
- Your tooth problem (i.e., infection, disease) can leak toxins into your bloodstream and affect that tooth’s meridian energy flow relating to the tooth and cause a health condition(s) (i.e., digestion, lymphatic, kidney stones).
- Your health condition relates to your tooth problem. For example, your stomach symptoms are causing your tooth problem (i.e., infection).
Example – My client has been recently having headaches and dizziness. And for quite some time has been having low blood sugar problems too. Her chiropractor told said her C1, C2 (neck cervical bones) are crooked and putting pressure on her occipital (back of head). Which is causing her C5 and C6 to not properly alignment. During her consultation, she also mentioned to me that her right tooth (#12) has been bothering her recently too. She said “I don’t know if I have a tooth infection or a gum problem starting up. I pulled out my tooth chart and told her, tooth #12 relates to C5 and C6 along with liver, pancreas, large intestine (left), stomach and left lung. Seeing how her tooth pain was relating to her neck and blood sugar symptoms, confirmed what was going on in her overall health. Prescribing for her neck and blood sugar symptoms with a homeopathic remedy, can also address her tooth pain; proving her tooth symptoms are not too far gone and the tooth is not infected.
Making Your Tooth Connection
Have you been having a tooth problem recently? Or maybe you had a tooth pulled or a root canal done a while ago. Check out the reference graphics below in the Tooth Meridian Chart, Dental Organ Relations Chart to see the tooth meridian connection to your overall health.
Your Dental Appointment
Holistic or Biological Dentist take this information into consideration when you have teeth problems. The dentist is looking at what is going on with your teeth in order to get a bigger picture as to what is overall going on with your health. By tracing your tooth problem to the meridian, organ, body systems, spine, glands and joints of that particular tooth. Along with getting your overall health history.
Taking Care of Your Teeth
The bottom line is: keeping your teeth healthy, means the energy flow between your teeth and meridians are moving freely to your organs, body systems, glands, spine, joints and providing you with overall health and wellbeing. It’s as easy as brushing, flossing, and having regular dental checkups.
Taking care of your teeth, means much more than having a pretty smile; it also means your quality of health and wellbeing.