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    It Prevents Gum Disease Which Has Been Related To This Mental Condition

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  • Proper Oral Hygiene Can Reduce The Risk Of Alzheimer’s

    It Prevents Gum Disease Which Has Been Related To This Mental Condition

    Kissing Has Main Health Benefits

    It Increases The Production Of Saliva, Fighting Oral Diseases, And Also Lowers Blood Pressure

    Bad Breath Can Be Related To Certain Health Conditions

    The Causes Can Be Linked To Diabetes, Digestive Issues, Or Even Certain Drugs

    Daily Brushing Will Help Getting Rid Of Bad Breath In Pets And Lower The Risk Of Gum Disease

    They Require Special Toothbrushes And Toothpaste

    What To Do When Brushing The Teeth Is Not Enough For Elimination Bad Breath

    A Proper Hydration Can Reduce The Growth Of Foul-Smelling Bacteria

  • These Fad Diets Will Prevent Having Healthy Teeth

    Also, Learn Which Foods Will Promote Good Oral Health

    Stopping Caffeine Intake Will Lower Blood Pressure And Help With Bad Breath

    However, It Might Result In Headaches And Mood Changes

    Energy And Sports Drinks Can Be As Harmful As Sugary Drinks

    The Acidic Content Can Affect The Tooth Enamel, Promote Bacterial Growth In The Mouth And Cause Acid Reflux And Anxiety

    Enlarged Adenoids Can Cause Snoring And Also Breathing And Sleeping Problems

    They Can Also Sinus And Ear Infections

    Peppermint Tea Has Beneficial Properties, But Beware If Suffering From Acid Reflux

    Among Them Are Treating Bad Breath, Gastrointestinal Pain, Headaches, And Sleep Disorders

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  • A Burning Sensation In The Tongue And He Lips Can Be Caused By The Burning Mouth Syndrome

    Other Symptoms Are IBS, Back Pain, Headaches, Panic Attacks And Ringing In The Ears

    There is a health condition, called burning mouth syndrome (BMS), which is usually more common in post-menopausal women. Its symptoms are burning on the tip, sides, and top of the tongue, roof of the mouth, and the inside surface of the lips, and an altered sensation of taste. It is caused by an abnormal behavior to some nerve fibers, which transmit pain without any reason. This can be triggered by menopause, mental conditions, TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders, and stress and anxiety. Other symptoms are a headache, shoulder pain, back pain, IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), panic attacks, palpitations and ringing in the ears, among others. It can be treated with anti-anxiety medications and preventing the use of mouthwash and the ingestion of acidic foods. Click here for more information.

  • Receding Gums Can Result In Tooth Loss

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    Oral health is oriented to preventing cavities through proper brushing, also preventing gum disease. Gums are the foundation of teeth. Therefore, even though teeth are well-maintained and free of cavities, if the tooth foundation is affected, the result will be poor oral health. Receding gums is a symptom of gum disease, which exposes the root of the teeth to harmful bacteria, making the teeth look longer. Among the symptoms are sensitivity, swollen gums, bleeding while brushing, and persistent bad breath. If untreated, it can result in tooth loss. The causes are brushing too hard, gum disease, and tooth grinding. More Information click here.

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