why do my teeth smell when i floss

why do my teeth smell when i floss

That s right, take a big whiff. If it stinks, youve got a problem. So just why are we asking you to do this seemingly disgusting act of self-discovery? PBecause It allows Pyou to determine if you have gum disease. PIts common knowledge that when your gums bleed, you have gum disease, but what if they dont bleed? PIs there still a way to test the health of your gums? You bet there is, Pand we call it the Road Kill Test. Wanna take a guess as to why? It goes something like this. Floss your teeth, making sure you get well below the gum line; not sure how to do that,. Then smell the floss exactly where you used it, before you move to a new position in the mouth, (floss- smell, floss smell, etc). If the floss smells like bloated Interstate carcass, it means that bacteria is growing and youve

 why do some people have smelly feet

why do some people have smelly feet

Athleteвs foot (tinea pedis): Pictures, symptoms and treatment Athlete's foot is caused by a fungus that grows on or in the top layer of. Fungi (plural of fungus) grow best in warm, moist places such as the area between the toes. Most of the time a doctor can tell that you have athlete's foot simply by looking at your feet. He or she will also ask about your symptoms and any past fungal infections you may have had. If your athlete's foot looks unusual, or if treatment did not help you before, your doctor may take a skin or nail sample to test for fungi. What causes athlete's foot? The various kinds of fungi that cause athlete's foot belong to a group called dermatophytes, which also cause вjock itchв. The fungi thrive in moist, warm environments and feed on keratin, a protein found in

 why is there water in my spark plugs

why is there water in my spark plugs

nnitro writes. also a question, why is it that u will work on ur mates car but then pay a mechanic to work on ur own? after all to change a set of leads aint that big of a job 5-10 minutes tops. i've never changed leads in my life. as i said i can't get the leads off the dizzy. I do the servicing of my own car, but that's just the standard stuff spark plugs, oil, oil filter, and air filter every now and then. I've had the car for 2 years, and i've never had to change the leads, and the time is coming up. It's still got a bit of life in it so it's not super urgent, but in the next month or two, they need to be changed. If i could get them off the dizzy, i'd definately do it myself. 180 bucks for leads? what is it a radial 16cyl areo engine? seriously tho if u were quoted that much try a

 why do tornadoes form mostly in the great plains

why do tornadoes form mostly in the great plains

Most tornadoes are found in the Great Plains of the central United States an ideal environment for the formation of severe thunderstorms. In this area, known as Tornado Alley, storms are caused when dry cold air moving south from Canada meets warm moist air traveling north from the Gulf of Mexico. Tornadoes can form at any time of year, but most occur in the spring and summer months along with thunderstorms. May and June are usually the peak months for tornadoes. Which two states have the highest number of tornadoes per year per 10,000 sq miles? Notice that the location with the highest number of thunderstorms does not match the location with the highest number of tornadoes. Why do so many tornadoes form in this part of south central North America? The Great Plains are conducive to the

 why do we dribble when we sleep

why do we dribble when we sleep

If you drool while sleeping, you re probably familiar with drool stains on your pillow and having to wipe your mouth when you wake up. You also may have noticed that saliva leaks out mostly when you sleep on your sides and rarely when you sleep on your back. Thatвs because, when you sleep on your back, saliva settles at the back of your throat and eventually drains down. There are different glands that contribute to the production of saliva. And the amount of saliva your body produces while youвre asleep is quite less than while youвre awake. In the resting state, the rate of secretion of saliva has been estimated to be 0. 3 to 1 mL/1. 7 m2/min. You donвt drool when youвre awake because you swallow up the saliva. ...

 why do we need to study rizal today

why do we need to study rizal today

I agree to majority of the viewers that Rizal s subject may be boring especially if the teacher cannot teach the subject with passion. When I was a student, I passed the subject just to complete the requirements. But later on at the age of forty, I enjoyed reading El Filibusterismo and Noli Me Tangere. Maybe now that I am mature, I can easily understand his perspective for the love of Filipino people. I can easily imagine how he described the importance of Ilog Pasig and the beautiful houses along the river. Rizal described that we have a rich tradition, culture, industries, and commerce. Before the Spanish came to Philippines, we have our own commerce and industries and the Spanish changed this to slavery. They taught us bad practices like false religious practices, gambling, confession,

 why do we have spring and autumn

why do we have spring and autumn

The vernal - or spring - equinox marks the start of spring in the northern hemisphere. This year - 2012 - the spring equinox was on March 20. Why does the equinox happen? The equinoxes - and our seasons - are caused by the Earth orbiting the Sun and the Earth's tilt. The Earth is tilted 23. 5 degrees on its vertical axis. During the northern hemisphere's spring and summer, the northern hemisphere is tilted towards the Sun. ...

 why do squirrels make a crying noise

why do squirrels make a crying noise

Hi there! A Squirrel barking can be an alam call, but it can also be a territorial proclaimation, it can be a call to the Ladies looking for love -I am over here, and available;. Even though spring SEEMS a world away just now, they have 2 sets of babies. The first in early spring. Now with so much of the canopy devastated due to the catastrophic natural events of the past 2-3 years, a good tree-especially one that produces a good mast crop, ( or one near by) is worth staking out early. It s not unusual for some animals to start staking out such territories as far ahead as 4 to 6 months ahead of time!! A little family planning! I looked up Robert Lishak, and he's a biologist with a special interest in the accoustic communication of animals. Makes me wonder what an animal behaviorist would

 why does dial up make that sound

why does dial up make that sound

If you ever connected to the Internet before the 2000s, you probably remember that it made a peculiar sound. But despite becoming so familiar, it remained a mystery for most of us. What do these sounds mean? (The audio was recorded by on his iMac G3. ) As many already know, what you're hearing is often called a handshake, the start of a telephone conversation between two modems. The modems are trying to find a common language and determine the weaknesses of the telephone channel originally meant for human speech. Below is a spectrogram of the handshake audio. I've labeled some signals according to which party transmitted them, and also put a concise explanation below. (High-res poster prints from Hello, is this a modem? The first thing we hear in this example is a dial tone, the same

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