Dry Kayu Sugi or Miswak

Alternative Tooth Brush/Without Toothpaste/Strengthen teeth and gums

Dry Kayu Sugi / Miswak

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The miswak (miswaak, siwak, sewak, السواك) is a teeth cleaning twig made from the Salvadora persica tree (known as arak in Arabic).

A traditional alternative to the modern toothbrush, it has a long, well-documented history and is reputed for its medicinal benefits.

Dry kayu sugi or miswak for brushing your teeth and strengthen your gums.

I prefer to use dried ones compare to those miswak wrapped in plastic bag because dried ones doesn’t have smell.

The kind of toothbrush we all have in our bathrooms was invented in 1938. Previously, from about 1498, boar bristles attached to bamboo or bone handles were used.

But what came before that? Answer: The miswak.

I have only been aware of the miswak for a year or so, and i have been using this more than one year, no more dentist and gums problem, teeth become whiter and stronger.

This natural stick, which is actually a length of root from the Peelu tree, is a natural and more effective toothbrush than your typical plastic and nylon kind.

Beyond the miswak not being synthetic, which is enough reason for me to try it, it actually kills bacteria and fights plaque. On it’s own. With no toothpaste. This of course leads to fewer cavities and fresher breath.

Try one and you’ll love it.

Toothbrush users believe that using the toothbrush-plus-miswak is most effective in reducing mouth debris

For instructions how to use a miswak, you can follow here via wikihow

https://www.wikihow.com/Use-Miswak

 

A few important benefits of Miswak

  • · Kills bacteria that causes gum-disease.
  • · Fights plaque effectively.
  • · Fights against cavities.
  • · Removes bad breath and odors from the mouth.
  • · Creates a pleasant fragrance in the mouth.
  • · Effectively cleans between teeth due to its bristles being parallel to the handle, rather than perpendicular, which results in effective cleaning between the teeth.
  • · Increases salivation, thereby inhibiting dry mouth (Xerostomia).
  • . Enhances the memory.
  • . Eliminates slime.
  • . Produces aroma in the mouth.
  • . Strengthens the gums.
  • . Blocks tooth decay.
  • . Stops further grow of decay.
  • . Remedy for headaches.
  • . Helps relieving toothaches.
  • . Triggers the teeth to sparkle.
  • . Eliminates the yellowishness of the teeth.
  • . Improves the eye-sight.
  • . Helpful for the health of your whole body.
  • . Helps the process of Digestive function.
  • . Treatment for a specific mouth disease called Qilaa
  • . Clears the voice.
  • . Trigger the appetite.
  • . Boosts the eloquence of one’s speech.
  • . Improve the Intelligence.
  • Enhances the memory.
  • Eliminates slime.
  • Produces aroma in the mouth.
  • Strengthens the gums.
  • Blocks tooth decay.
  • Stops further grow of decay.
  • Remedy for headaches.
  • Helps relieving toothaches.
  • Triggers the teeth to sparkle.
  • Eliminates the yellowishness of the teeth.
  • Improves the eye-sight.
  • Helpful for the health of your whole body.
  • Helps the process of Digestive function.
  • treatment for a specific mouth disease called Qilaa
  • Clears the voice.
  • Trigger the appetite.
  • Boosts the eloquence of one’s speech.
  • Improve the Intelligence.

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Scientific Studies on Miswak
Miswak were 20 times more effective in killing bacteria than ordinary mints. A small testimony to this fact is that, after half an hour, Miswak killed about 60% of the bacteria where as the ordinary mints managed only 3.6%.

The study concluded that Miswak was more effective than toothbrushing in reducing plaque and gingivitis provided it was used correctly. Similar studies found on the same website and elsewhere vouch for the effectiveness of Miswak over toothbrush. “The miswak appeared to be more effective than toothbrushing for removing plaque from the embrasures, thus enhancing interproximal health,” stated the researchers.

There have been plenty of published studies on the Miswak and, in fact, entire books published which study its oral and systemic benefits.

With its strong antibacterial properties and perpendicular bristles, the Miswak is a natural toothbrush, toothpaste and floss combined.

 

Important to sleep well

A good night sleep is important to preserve a good health. Studies shows that sleep deprivation over long period of time can cause lifestyle diseases such as  hypertension, depression and heart diseases.

People who work shift or during the nights are most likely to suffer sleeping disorder as being OSA (Obstructive Sleep Apnea). Chidren who lack of sleep too have chances of having learning disorders and their cognitive abilities can be direct or indirectly affected as well.

Ever heard before someone telling your they need their 8 hours of beauty sleep? Its most important part in living healthy by having enough sleep.

Do you know that sedentary lifestyle could lead to difficulties in sleeping, Food such as alcohol, nicotine, caffeine are some interference to our natural sleeping cycle.

So, how many hours do you sleep at night? 5,6,7,8? Everyone has their own sleeping time, we need to sleep to recharge ourselves.

Sleeping will enable million of body cells to replace the damage ones and repairing work are done naturally. We tend to lose consciousness when we sleep, but our brain are ever so alert.
We tend to lose our sense of self, but our mind are active. One of these result of this activity is called dreams.

When we dream in our sleep, our eyelid flutter. This is called REM (Rapid Eye Movement). When we dream, we are not in necessarily in the dream, but we feel as though we are there watching, hearing, running or walking in the dream just like a story.

When these story become unpleasant or scary, we called it nightmare. It’s just a reflection of our subconscious self in a way.

Expert even said, once we awake from our dream, we should not immediately open our eyes, but we must keep our eyes closed for a few moments,this will keep our dream complete in our minds for a longer time.

While some develop sleepwalking, which we called it somnambulism. In every person’s brain there is sleep centre that regulates how body sleeping and waking. This sleep centre blocks off part of our brain, so we can go to sleep. But in some people, part of sleep centre get separated, and while the brain sleeps,the body remains awake. Only a few will sleep walk. One thing true about sleepwalking is they never remember eaving their beds.

People have all types of strange theories to explain sleep, many of them false. One theory said when we lie doen, the blood shifts out of brain and we lose consciousness.

But in fact, sleeping is a natural biological process that restores our body energy after it’s used up.

But there is also a chemical process involved in sleep. When muscles in our body work, two substances chemical are produced, lactic acids and fatigue toxins.

Lactic acids will slow down muscles and make movement painful, while fatigue toxins carried by blood throughout body affecting the entire, mostly brain.

One interesting experiments proved the important fole played by fatigue toxins in sleep. Scientist put a dog to work until dog is exhausted. They let the dog sleep and transfer this dog’s blood from it’s body into another wide awake dog. The second dog immediately become tired and fell asleep.

When the blood of wide awake dog tranfused into the first dog, it instantly woke up and was fresh.

Although some questions have been answered, many more still remains a mystery.

We are only beginning to learn about this strange state we all experience every night of our sleep.

Alarming raised in women’s heart disease

Angela had been experiencing breathless and exhausted for weeks, it turned worst one day when she was riding in her friend’s car.

She was a thin, 35 year old active women who had a great job and family. Prior to this,  she had gone to see her doctor, who then told her she had a sinus infection.

“I couldn’t believe it. A heart attack?. That is rare case for someone of her age to get heart attack.

The point here is to educate health professional, women and their love ones about how to prevent, recognize and threat potential deadly diseases.

“Heart disease is biggest killer for both men and women alike. Some might think the pain associated is breast cancer, but it isn’t so, kiling about one-tenth as many, according to health experts.

Risk factors such as smoking, obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes are facing a highest ever rank across the world.

With the ever growing restaurants and online food delivery, making it easier for people to order food via online, people are getting more obese compare to our grandparents.

Heart disease is not genetic hereditary disease, you’re are in charge of your own heart by lifestyle change and taking precautions.

You might think you’re eating healthy, leading a healthy lifestyle. But it’s that enough to prevent heart disease?

Angela had been active all these while and had never cross her mind it could happen to her.

Taking EXTRA precaution by testing your urine is essential for you and your family. It’s your life and your health, think about it.