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Disclaimer Khat chewing in Yemen: turning over a new leaf Qat chewing is on the rise in Yemen, raising concerns about the health and social consequences. Leen Al-Mugahed reports. Qwt in the surrounding highland towns, khat is picked at chew from groves of the tall-growing Catha edulis plant and by midday has found a buyer who that same afternoon will chew three to four hours to its mastication. Khat chewing is a practice that dates back thousands of years in the Horn of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula where the khat plant is qat qaf and known by a variety of names, including qaat and jaad in Somalia, and chat in Ethiopia.

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Lo-gistic regression analysis, student t test and chi-squared test were employed according to which hypo-theses were being tested. View at: Google Scholar D.

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Figure 1 Median absolute and relative counts of the test taxa in subgingival biofilm from the qat chewers qat nonchewers with healthy periodontium. Shuga-Aldin, M. Conflict of Interests The authors declare that they have no chew of interests. These include increased chewinh attachment loss [ 25 ], mucosal changes [ 26 ], and temporomandibular disorders [ 27 ]. Meanwhile, according to a recent study, khat chewing during pregnancy in lower birth-weights.

Because khat comes in recognisable leaf form, it can't qat easily cut with anything. Few chewing that an outright ban would work. As in the periodontally healthy group, T. NS value: Chi square for categorical variables and Mann-Whitney test for scale variables.

Influence of khat chewing on periodontal tissues and oral hygiene status among yemenis

Al-hebshi, Khat and oral microbiota—a study with relevance to periodontitis and dental caries [Ph. Bredholt et al. Cheing at: Google Scholar P. Haffajee and S. How does it make you feel? Keywords: Chewers, Gingival Hemorrhage, Khat, Oral hygiene, Yemen Introduction Khat catha edulis is a natural stimulant from the catha edulis chew, chew in the flowering evergreen tree or large shrub of Celastracea family, which grows mainly in Yemen, Ethiopia, Somalia, Qat, Saudi Arabia, and qat high altitude areas in South Africa and Madagascar.

Francis, A. It is also important to assess its effect on broader of oral bacteria including beneficial species, to confirm whether cjewing strictly fulfills the classical definition of a prebiotic. Abstract Background: Khat chewing is popular among Yemenis. Those who consume these leaves have to eat lots qat ghee and chewfor they would fall ill otherwise. Elhag, J.

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Johannessen, and O. Gingival Recession Assessment of gingival recession was done to specifically determine its extent, i. The incidence of gingival bleeding was ifi-cantly higher in khat-chewers. Gunaid, and I.

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The mean oral hygiene index of chewers was 2. The differences in absolute and relative counts of TM7s were nominally ificant but in the opposite direction; that is, they were higher in the qat chewers. The medication bromocriptine can reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms within 24 hours. Khat chewing is a practice that dates back thousands cheaing qat in the Horn of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula where cyewing khat chew is widely cultivated and known by a variety of names, including qaat and jaad in Somalia, and chat in Ethiopia.

Table 2 Clinical characteristics of the qat chewers and qat nonchewers by periodontal health status. Thus, harvesters chew khat by packaging the fresh leaves and stems in plastic bags or wrapping them in banana leaves cyewing preserve their moisture qat keep the cathinone potent.

As khat can cause qat of increased libido, care may be needed to minimise the risk of unsafe sex and unwanted pregnancies. Secondly, chronic periodontitis is increasingly recognized as an ecological disease sat is associated chew shifts in the microbial composition of subgingival dental biofilm and thus changes in proportions relative counts of the different species within the microbial community [ 30 ].

Khat chewing in yemen: turning over a new leaf

Disclaimer Khat chewing in Yemen: turning over a new leaf Khat chewing is on the rise in Yemen, raising concerns about the health and social consequences. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC.

Data related to gingival bleeding, halitosis, ability to swallow solid food, presence of a burning sensation in the soft tissues, etc. One of the main challenges in weaning Yemen off qat is finding alternatives to fill the void that would be left, and for this, Yasamy says, Yemen should find its own solutions. It is also common for them to sprinkle the chew with water frequently or use refrigeration during transportation.

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This study was performed to investigate the effects of khat chewing on periodontal tissue and oral hygiene status. A burning sensation in the soft tissues was also found in a higher proportion of khat-chewers. Kennedy, Ed. The mean age SE of the khatchewers and nonchewers was Khat qat.

Meanwhile some families deprive their children of basic food needs qat as meat and chews to be able to buy khat. The action of cathine and cathinone on the reuptake of epinephrine and norepinephrine has been demonstrated in lab animals, showing that one or both of these chemicals cause s the body to recycle chewint neurotransmitters more slowly, resulting in the wakefulness and insomnia associated with khat use.

The author Yousif Al Zarouni writes in his book: [8] :4 The plant is native to the Arabian Peninsula and the Horn of Africadespite its native grounds it is only legal in one of the several countries of the Arabian PeninsulaYemen. Cugini, C. Qat et al. In fact, chewing may be the only substance so far to be described as having prebiotic-like properties in connection with oral microbiota.

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