Everything in our body is connected. Our body has a numerous links connecting one part of it with another, so that we can see a sign when something is not working as it should.
Traditional medicine of the eastern countries like China, Japan or India uses certain spots on the body to treat certain organ that is in bad condition, as well as any form of addiction. As it is believed that there are spots on the feet, palms or all over the body that are linked to body organs, there are also links between every single tooth and body organs. The condition of the tooth often is a mirror to the condition of the organ. It is funny but very true. If you are familiar with this links you can easily discover what is going on with your organs.
THE LINKS BETWEEN YOUR BODY ORGANS AND YOUR TEETH
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to see that your teeth are connected with the other parts of your body, because every toothache is followed with a severe headache. Even when the tooth is removed the organ sends the signal and you feel pain on the gum where the tooth was.
According to a variety of scientific researches, incisors will show you the condition of your kidneys and bladder. Pain that is present in the first and second incisor can indicate on infections present in upper urinary tract, bacterial infections in the bladder as well as chronic ear inflammation. First incisor can also point on tonsillitis and osteochondrosis. If you feel constant dull pain in the first incisor you may be dealing with cholecystitis or hepatitis.
Canines can reflect the condition of the liver and the bile. any problem in this vital organs in your body will reflect with pain in these teeth.
Changes in these teeth can point on condition of the lungs and the colon. If you start feeling pain in these areas it may be because you are dealing with chronic pneumonia, allergic reactions like asthma or rhinitis or colitis. Pain in the first premolars (up and down) may mean joint pain linked to arthritis or bowel problems.
Molars will show the condition of your bile, spleen and pancreas. Pain in upper molars will indicate on gastritis, ulcers, pancreatitis and anemia. If you are feeling pain in the upper first molars it can be linked to tonsillitis, tumors of thyroid gland, ovary inflammation and spleen, while those on the down jaw show problems with arteries and arteriosclerosis.
Down second molars indicate on vein diseases, pneumonia, asthma and bronchitis as well as polyps present in the colon.
Problems with these teeth can be linked to heart diseases and congenital damages as well as stomach ulcers.