Observation: Correlation of Daily Toothache and Blood Pressure Variations

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This based on 1/2 year of 24/7 toothache on two different teeth: always relatively quiet at night, crops up upon getting up in the morning, peaks in the late morning, then drops somewhat after lunch and into the evening.

This correlates well with daily blood pressure variations...see graph.

No surprise as pain is triggered by lack of space: the infection putting pressure on the surrounding gum and bone.. Higher blood pressure means more pressure and therefore more pain.



Correlation of daily patterns syst. blood pressure vs. pain.jpg
 
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