Common questions

What does Covid do to your tongue?

What does Covid do to your tongue?

Our observations are supported by a review of studies reporting changes to the mouth or tongue in people with COVID-19, published in December. The researchers found that having a dry mouth was the most common problem, followed by loss of taste (dysgeusia) and fungal infection (oral thrush).

Why am I getting dots on my tongue?

Tongue bumps can appear as blisters, ulcers and lumps. According to the Merck Manual, other causes of bumps on the tongue include canker sores, bacterial infections, oral herpes, allergies, immune system disorders and oral cancer.

How do you know you have a big tongue?

Here are 11 signs your tongue is too big for your mouth…

  1. When you stick your tongue out, you can see indentations, or scalloped edges, on the sides of your tongue.
  2. You often bite the sides of your tongue while talking, sleeping and/or eating.
  3. It feels like your tongue is occupying all of the space inside your mouth.

What to know about surfcasting in New Zealand?

In Surfcasting Tips for Beginners New Zealand, we’ll cover what you need to get started catching fish from the beach. We’ll also give you some quick and easy tips on the tackle required, how to rig your gear, along with when, where and how to fish. Surfcasting is perhaps the most leisurely form of fishing there is.

What makes a good cast for a SurfCast?

A surfcasting cast, when performed correctly, is a thing of beauty. It’s all about timing and technique rather than power as some people think. Much like in golf, the biggest, strongest people don’t necessarily get the most distance. The approach to the cast is just as important as the cast itself.

Where are surfcasting rods made in New Zealand?

Kilwell Sports is a New Zealand company based in Rotorua. They have manufactured and exported fishing rods the world over for decades. Take a look at Kilwell’s range of surfcasting rods.

Where are the best surf beaches in Canterbury?

In Canterbury, the reefs just south of Timaru are worth a look, as are those around Oamaru and Moeraki. The surf beaches from Goose Bay up to Ward have literally hundreds of offshore reefs suitable for targeting moki. Good info about rig and elephant fish.