Brushing Teeth Regularly Could Prevent Heart Disease

From this moment Never Again make excuses to delay or even brushing your teeth. In addition to help clean teeth and prevent bad breath, regular brushing also helps you avoid heart disease.

Researchers revealed that a good oral hygiene associated with lower levels of atherosclerosis, which is a major risk factor of heart attack and stroke. According to the study this finding suggests that the effect of oral health habits may be more strongly related than previously thought. This finding explains the link between healthy gums and thickening of the arteries.

Atherosclerosis develops in parallel with gum disease and bacteria in the gums. This is evidence that bacteria in the mouth can play a role in preventing or slowing these two conditions.

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