ICYMI: July 22nd is World Brain Day

July 22nd is World Brain Day | MetaQil

ICYMI: July 22nd is World Brain Day. According to the World Federation of Neurology (WFN), this day is meant to help spread awareness for and promote advocacy for brain health. The theme for 2022 is “Brain Health for All” and aims to share knowledge about awareness, prevention, advocacy, education, and access regarding neurological problems. This year’s message focuses on all the daily issues our brains experience, including wars, pandemics, and many others.  

These five messages, as explained by the WFN, are: 

  • Awareness: Brain health is vital for mental, social, and physical wellbeing 
  • Prevention: Many brain diseases are preventable 
  • Advocacy: Global efforts are required for optimal brain health 
  • Education: Education for all is key for brain health 
  • Access: Equitable access to resources, treatment, and rehabilitation is essential for brain health 

World Federation of Neurology

The World Federation of Neurology was established in 1957 in Brussels and currently represents 123 professional societies in all regions of the world. Its mission is “to foster quality neurology and brain health worldwide” and promotes overall neurological advocacy and education.  

Visit the WFN’s website to learn more about its mission and for more resources.  

Neurological Issues & Metallic Taste

Unfortunately, a side effect of certain neurological disorders may be metallic taste. Neurological disorders stem from within the central nervous system. In addition, our sense of taste is also located within the central nervous system located within the gustatory complex.  

If disruption or dysregulation occurs within the central nervous system, other systems may become dysfunctional and dysregulated as well. The gustatory complex may become dysfunctional with neurological disorders and cause our sense of taste to be altered, making it bitter, salty, or metallic. This taste disorder is called dysgeusia 

Our gustatory complex produces tastants, which are taste bud receptors. Neurological disorders disrupt these tastant-producing receptors creating the altered or metallic taste that is very common in central nervous system disorders and diseases. 

You can learn more about neurological disorders and metallic taste here 

MetaQil Oral Rinse

MetaQil is an oral rinse designed to alleviate metallic tastes. It doesn’t contain alcohol like a typical mouthwash and gently relieves the oral cavity of bitter tastes. MetaQil provides long-lasting relief from bitter, metallic tastes.  

MetaQil #1 Metallic Taste Oral Rinse

MetaQil is the #1 solution for symptomatic relief of metallic taste. MetaQil’s scientifically designed formula alleviates metallic taste caused by chemotherapy, GERD, and a variety of medications. 

MetaQil gently cools the mouth and provides instant, long-lasting relief from metallic taste symptoms. It has a mild flavor and does not “sting” the mouth like an every-day mouthwash. Regular use of MetaQil can help patients return to healthy eating and adequate nutrient intake.

How to use MetaQil?

For best results, use approximately 5 ml (one teaspoon) of MetaQil®, rinse for 30 seconds, and spit out. MetaQil can be used on an as-needed basis. Use alone or after each time you brush your teeth

Important: If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, please consult your physician before using MetaQil. Do not use MetaQil if you are taking any medications that are contraindicated with the product. Please consult with your physician if you have any concerns regarding the use of this product. Keep out of reach of children.

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