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Introduction to sore tongue

A sore tongue can cause a lot of discomfort and can be especially bothersome when a person is trying to talk or eat.

There are many causes of a sore tongue, and some of them are trauma, allergies, tongue disease, or lesions.

Sometimes genetics are a huge factor in tongue problems, especially if the person has chronic tongue issues without any signs of trauma.

Another issue that can lead to a sure tongue could be related to nutritional deficiencies.

Thankfully, there are a plentitude of remedies that can help to get rid of tongue soreness. Remedies

A good home remedy is to take a teaspoon of turmeric and mix it with some warm milk. This remedy should be taken twice a day in order to get some relief from the soreness.

It is very important to avoid spicy food when you are having tongue-related problems. Spicy food will aggravate the condition further and lead to more burning and irritation in the mouth.

When you are having problems with the tongue, it is best to stick too bland food that will not upset it. Yogurt is a good food to eat while combating tongue soreness and it will also help to relieve burning sensations that a person might feel.

Another good remedy is to suck on an ice cube. This will cause a constriction of the blood vessels and will prevent blood from accumulating in the region, which will in turn, relieve swelling.

Herbal teas are also good to drink when you are having tongue problems.

Chamomile tea is especially recommended.

Another good remedy is to put a wet tea bag on the area of the tongue that is sore. It will have a cooling effect and will decrease any swelling of the tongue.

If the tongue is experiencing a serious amount of swelling and pain then the best thing to do is to apply some petroleum jelly to the tongue. Glycerin can also be used for its cooling effect.

It is also important not to brush the tongue hard when cleaning the teeth and mouth, so that the abrasion on the surface is not aggravated any further. It will also delay the healing process further.

Honey is another good remedy, especially when mixed with milk and consumed twice a day.

Another good home remedy is to fry some alum in order to dehydrate it and make it into a powder, which can also be mixed with honey to work a paste that should be put on the tongue for healing effects.

It is also very important to consume plenty of vitamin C. Some foods that contain a lot of the vitamin include melons, oranges, strawberries, guava and grapefruit.

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