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Does Too Much Caffeine Cause Numb Tongue
Other factors: Caffeine an increase your anxiety and this may be a reason for numbness in the tip of your tongue. So you definitely want to cut down on the coffee and seek help for anxiety. The artificial sweeteners in coffee can also cause numbness. So can vitamin deficiencies, especially b12. Trauma and piercings can also cause this. ...Read more
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
What does a healthy tongue look like? I don't smoke and barely have caffeine. Is it normal to have a thing film on your tongue and what causes it?
May not be a problem:
Western medicine does not pay much attention to tongues unless they have dramatic imbalances. Chinese medicine pays great attention to the tongue, using it to diagnose the state of the GI tract. According to http://www. Sacredlotus. Com/diagnosis/tongue/
a thin white coating is normal, though it can be a sign of "external cold"if you have those symptoms.
Bottom line- probably nothing to worry about. ...Read more
What would a holistic doctor or Asian/eastern medicine doctor say is the reason for a phlegmy tongue? I don't smoke and drink little caffeine??
They say there is: Many different coughs and diagnoses for tongue phelgm depending on yin deficiency or excess, yang deficiency or excess, or triple warmer excess, liver heat rising, damp heat, damp cold & then combine it with pulse analysis & heart findings (stethoscope too) to arrive at a diagnosis. Basically, it's a system in itself that complements chronic conditions that Western medicine uses mainly drugs for. ...Read more
My BP was 145/100, I did echo mvp/trivial MR. No caffeine no soda. Only symptoms dry mouth/frequent urination no diabetes, I drink much water?
Please: Make new entry to clarify your actual question. ...Read more
My son bit into a stacker 3 caffeine pill. He broke it but spit it out immediately. I wiped his mouth with a wash cloth. Can it absorb thru saliva?
Not likely: If you washed his mouth out fairly quickly then I would worry. You sound like you did the right thing and so did he. The main thing here is that he got into your meds. You need to put them outta sight or way up high. Out of sight is your best bet. Kids are curious and get into things that you wouldn't believe. Cute little buggers...Aren't they. ...Read more
For the past 3 months I've had a metallic/bitter taste in my mouth, along with dry mouth and sores on the roof of my mouth and uvula. I don't take any medications, don't drink alcohol or caffeine, don't smoke anything, and am not overweight.
Need to be seen: We can list a hundred possibilities which won't really help you. You need to start be seeing your own dentist in person for a complete and thorough medical and dental history, as well as a clinical examination. That's the way to find out for sure what the problem (s) are and how best to quickly feel better. ...Read more
Excess can be associated with tachycardia, anxiousness, irritability etc.
Symptoms of caffeine withdrawal can also occur. ...Read more
Can too much caffeine cause an aneurysm or stroke in a young healthy adult w no family history of cv disease? Lots of dizziness and nausea last 2 days
Since stimulants are used to treat adultadhd, and caffeine is a stimulant, can too much ingestion of caffeine cause a negative reaction to the person?
Best to avoid: Pancreatitis is an inflammation of a gland near your stomach that produces enzymes. The most common triggers are from stoppage of gallbladder, alcohol intake or medications. Many times we cannot determine the trigger. While I have not seen an initial bout I linked to caffeine, its use may further inflame the pancreas or cause you to loose fluids you need to heal. Would be best to avoid. ...Read more
Possible: But rare. Might depend more on what else is going on in your life. ...Read more
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