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To xizhimen south street, xicheng district building to the British garden route

L airport line 1

Take the airport shuttle from the airport, the dongzhimen station transfer to metro line 2 to xizhimen direction and get off at xizhimen station, from C outbound, go straight to the east 100 meters on the right side to xizhimen south street, north to walk to the t-junction namely to the British garden 1 floor downstairs.

L airport line 2

From the capital airport take airport bus to xidan, get off at no.22, take a taxi to xizhimen south street English garden 1 floor.

L bus subway near:

106 bus GuanYuan: 107 road, express way

Bus: xizhimen south road 387, 44 road, inner ring 800, 816 road, inner ring 820, 845 road

Che zhuang: subway line two

Xizhimen subway: metro line 2

Buses and attempts: 107 road, 118 road, 701 road

Buses and north zhuang: 209 road, 375 road, 392 road


Snacks eat a lot of mouth love ulcer


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Snacks eat a lot of mouth love ulcer

Health report of the people's hospital of zhejiang province, wang wei

Miss zhao, who is in her early 20s, has been suffering from painful oral pain and difficulty in chewing. She came to the hospital, where doctors found multiple ulcers in her mouth and mouth.

Doctors have learned that miss zhao, in order to keep her slim figure and avoid getting fat, has long been unsatisfied with her meal. After all, she was hungry and hungry, so she often had a few melon seeds, crisps and other snacks to stay hungry, and she rarely drank water. The fact that these dry, rough foods, together with the dry weather this winter, led to miss zhao's canker sores. Clinically similar cases are not uncommon.

The oral mucosa produces keratosis, and the small glands in the mouth secrete mucous protein protectors, which are used for lubrication. When food is chewed in the mouth, the protective membranes are consumed and go into the esophagus along with the food. However, if this is greater than the secretion capacity of the glands, the oral mucosa loses its protective layer and is directly "face-to-face" with the food. In this case, the oral mucous membrane can easily break down under the friction of food, and the ulcers will certainly follow. Generally speaking, the drier and rougher foods can lead to ulcers. In addition, the environment (climate drying) and human endocrine, immune state, mental state, oral health and other factors are also related to oral ulcers.