The Truth About Your Acne Problem!

Written by Beth Scott

Like a good many people I have beenrepparttar victim of acne vulgaris (what an appropriate name for such a vulgar disease)repparttar 151089 medical term for pimples.

My acne problem has made me aggravated, made me cry, and made me angry. Thousands of people each year are afflicted by an acne problem, and their acne problem makes recluses out of way too many teenagers and even adults.

Your acne problem is caused when your pores get clogged andrepparttar 151090 fatty material made byrepparttar 151091 sebaceous gland accumulates, and a "bump" appears underrepparttar 151092 skin-or perhaps a whitehead or a blackhead (a comedone).

Blackheads are not caused by dirt but byrepparttar 151093 discoloring effect of air onrepparttar 151094 fatty material inrepparttar 151095 clogged pore. If this substance becomes infected a pimple results.

That isrepparttar 151096 medical explanation for pimples but what people really want to know is "How do I get RID of my acne problem!?"

As anyone can tell yourepparttar 151097 worst thing to do is to push or "pop" a pimple. Because this will not only cause your acne problem to worsen, but can result in life long scars.

No matter what you see on TV and no matter what a friend tells you, DON'T pop that pimple.

I speak from personal experience, my acne problem was so bad I couldn't stand it so I popped pimples trying to be proactive in getting rid of them.

Chronic Headaches And Pain Often Can Be Eliminated By A Special Dentist

Written by Jessica Jaramillo

Sometimes as Freud once said, A good cigar is just a smoke. A headache, onrepparttar other hand, occasionally can be a sign of something much more serious than just a headache.

This is particularly true if it is accompanied by facial pain, neck and shoulder pain, tinnitus or ringing inrepparttar 151088 ears and unexplained loose teeth. These symptoms, along with jaw pain, limited jaw movement or locking jaw, numbness inrepparttar 151089 fingers and arms, worn or cracked teeth and clicking or popping inrepparttar 151090 jaw joints can be signs that a person hasrepparttar 151091 condition called temporomandibular joint syndrome or TMJ. The condition occurs whenrepparttar 151092 teeth, facial muscles and temporomandibular joints are out of alignment.

Fortunately, neuromuscular dentistry can help alleviate symptoms such as headaches,

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