I’ve recently written about how Nicorinse’s 8-Way Protection™ was formulated to protect your mouth from disease. What I didn’t write about in last week’s Expert Post is the fact that Nicorinse is also a powerful anti-microbial; by reducing microbes, Nicorinse minimizes oral infections from viruses and bacteria and helps keep you healthier year round.
So what exactly is a microbe? By definition, microbes are simple microorganisms too small to be seen by the human eye, such as bacteria, viruses, or other types of ‘bugs’; microbes cause all kinds of common infections and diseases such as the everyday cold, flu, chickenpox, and tuberculosis. In extreme cases, microbes can cause death. The Black or Bubonic Plague, caused by the bacterium yersinia pestis, was one of the worst pandemics in history, resulting in the deaths of up to 200 million people in the Middle Ages. Lack of hygiene was the greatest cause of spread. (If you have little kids, you’ve no doubt had your own share of mini-plagues in your own home!)
Being human means living with microbes that can harm us if not kept in check. When added to a daily oral hygiene routine, therapeutic mouthrinses like Nicorinse can be useful in reducing microbes in the mouth, particularly in hard to reach areas and under the gum line, and improving overall, daily health.
To make the most of your mouthrinse, you should swish it vigorously around in your mouth: push the liquid back and forth between your teeth, move it all around inside your mouth, and finish with gargling at the back of the throat with your head tipped back. Do this for 30 seconds total. The more thorough you can be in doing this daily, the more microbes you’ll remove from the mouth and throat, and the healthier you will tend to be through the year. Nicorinse’s natural formula is also safe for the entire family to use, especially handy during cold and flu season to reduce symptoms and number of infection days.
Adding a therapeutic mouthrinse like Nicorinse to a consistent mouth health routine offers significant health benefits for you and your family that you might be missing out on.