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Gutkha addiction

I m trying to left gutkha and decreasing of chewing it in vry small quantity n 2-3 times a day.. but my teeth is going paining and irritates me for chewing ..pls help me for leaving. This bad habit..
[message edited by Loich on Sat, 08 Oct 2016 06:25:53 UTC]
  Loich on 2016-10-08
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Loich 5 years ago
Need more details. If seriously interested,

Write about following:
Age/Gender/Location/Country/Ethnicity. Height / Weight /Skin color/Eye color.
Weather tolerance preference (Heat /cold). Thirsty / Thirstless.

Please explain everything in detail. Don't try to cut short.
When & how your present trouble started? Mention location / side (right or left) of each complaint. What is the probable cause of each of your health problem according to you?

All your past and present health in sequence oldest to newest. All details of previous treatments (oldest to newest) and their effects. Your tolerance / preference to weather (Hot / cold).

Write in detail about you – emotions, fears, sentiments, etc. your personality, physical parameters, habits, feelings about life, etc.

Write in detail about your life: social, family, occupational, schooling, childhood, etc. You should mention about incidences that might have influenced or impacted your mind / health / life considerably.

Write about what common opinions most people have about you; what most people comment /say about you frequently; how they react / interact with you & why?

Write something unique about you (how you are different from others or what makes you special).
DrKulkarni 5 years ago

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