Wanna improve your health in 1 minute a day? Start scraping your tongue
In today's video, you will learn how to be even healthier by scraping your tongue with a spoon!
The tongue is the part of the body that contains the most bacteria. But even so, most people don't worry about cleaning it, which can bring a series of problems.
But did you know that this small daily habit can improve your health? This small, daily habit helps detox the body, prevents bad breath, reduces tooth wear and tear, and preserves the palate.
Another benefit of tongue scraping is that it reduces the buildup of bacteria that cause issues in other body parts or plaque, which increases the risk of cavities and periodontal diseases.
Besides, cleaning your tongue is recommended to prevent a series of microorganisms (fungi, bacteria, and viruses) from accumulating on its surface.
According to Ayurvedic medicine, scraping the tongue should be part of our daily routines.
When we don't clean it, the body reabsorbs the things on it, something harmful to our bodies and balance. Isn't it interesting?
Have you gotten a look at your tongue today? Besides, this habit should take part during the morning, just after waking up.
Now that you know the benefits of this simple and super beneficial practice, you must be asking yourself:
How do I scrape my tongue? Watch the video to learn more!
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0:22 Benefits of tongue scraping
1:36 How to scrape your tongue with a spoon
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