Yeah, dental pain sucks! There’s also physical, heart, and soul pain – and it’s always worse at night. Your quality of life declines and suffers as your pain increases and becomes extreme (chronic).
Take the meds, have the periodontal surgery, talk to a trusted friend, get therapy, see a specialist, bite the brownie, scoop the ice cream; do whatever it takes it takes to heal yourself.
This is the time to spend money before it’s too late and pain becomes your life. This is the only time to go into debt if you must.
I experienced extreme neck and left shoulder pain in January and February – and I’m left-handed so I’ve been unable to blog. I’m working on it and I want you to work on it, too.
I’m not abandoning my blog. I have much to share and I hope to back soon. I’d love to hear how you overcame your pain.
What I know for sure is that its all connected.
Got Teeth? A Survivor’s Guide
How to keep your teeth or live without them.