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12 Tips On How to Prevent Blood Clots That Can Save Your Life

If you have the habit of sitting in front of the T.V or computer for hours, the risk of the formation of blood clots can be life-threatening. It is the same for those who sit at a desk job working for hours without moving around. This can lead to several problems like varicose veins, feet and leg swelling and blood clots. You can face extreme complications if these clots travel are formed in your hearts and lungs.


If we follow a proper diet and eat the right stuff and perform some daily activities as well as wear clothes which will keep us comfortable, the chances of blood clot ruining our health decreases significantly. This article will provide you 12 tips which will prevent the formation of severe blood clots which can be crucial to our health.

Wear loose-fitting clothing
You should avoid clothes which are tight fitting as it will prevent a healthy circulation of blood in the body. Blood clots can also be formed in your legs, so if you wear skinny jeans it can prevent circulation in…

How To Use Clove Oil For a Toothache

Toothache pain is one of the worst types of pain and it seems that when it strikes, all you can think about is the pain. It occupies all your thoughts and you can't get on with your life. An alternative to pain pills, clove oil is an effective remedy for temporary toothache relief. Instructions on how to apply the clove oil follows in this article.

How To Use Clove Oil For a Toothache

Things You'll Need
  • Clove oil
  • Cotton swabs
Tips

1. Dip cotton swab into clove oil bottle and remove, wiping any excess oil off on the inside neck of bottle. Clove oil has a strong aroma so don't be surprised if it smells pungent. Replace cap to clove oil.

2. Apply dipped cotton swab directly onto tooth that hurts. The clove oil will slowly enter the tooth through any cracks or missing fillings and will travel to the nerve. Almost immediately you will feel the clove oil start numbing the pain. A dry, hot feeling may occur after application but this will not have a lasting effect.

3. Reapply clove oil treatment by following Steps 1 and 2 as soon as the pain starts coming back. Book an appointment with your dentist as soon as it is convenient as clove oil is supposed to be a temporary measure to relieve toothache pain and not a permanent "fix."