How your dental health can affect your overall health

You know when your parents tell you that you need to brush your teeth twice a day, every day, for two minutes at a time? Many of us do it when we are children because that is what we are told to do, and then when we get older it is an easy habit to lose. After all, why would you want to waste those four minutes every day? It seems so pointless after all, and what difference would it make? Well, it turns out, rather a lot. Although we do not think about our teeth that much, with so many other things to worry about, further research is starting to show us that our dental health can have a huge effect on your overall health – and the best way that you can improve your general health is to take a really close look at your dental health. So why does it matter, and what is going on there?

For a start, you have to remember that absolutely everything in our body is connected. It may feel like it when you bump your foot and your foot hurts, but it goes so much beyond that. There are so many systems that envelop our whole bodies like the circulatory system and the nervous system, so that when something changes or affects one area of it, the rest of the area notices and makes necessary changes. So many doctors and dentists are starting to realize that sometimes when you have a pain or another symptom in one part of your body, that is not necessarily the location of the initial problem. This can be a breakthrough in a medical person’s approach as they start to think out of the box and start to understand why our bodies are so complicated.

When you start to bring dental health into the mix, it gets even more complicated. Of all the places in our bodies, the place with the most bacteria living inside it that we could remove is the mouth, which is why brushing so regularly is so important. That bacteria may not feel as though it is a huge problem, and after all, many people live without brushing their teeth at all! This gives us the false sense of security that even if we forget to brush our teeth for a couple of times, then that is completely fine. What most people are not aware of is that the type of bacteria that lives in a person’s mouth is exactly the same type of bacteria that lives in a person’s heart, and it can move. Using your bloodstream, the dental bacteria can move to your heart and potentially cause a myriad of heart problems, including potential cardiac arrest.

It seems pretty important to brush your teeth twice a day, every day, for two minutes now – doesn’t it? Unfortunately, this is not the only way in which your body could transmit germs and potential problems around itself; only by treating it as a whole can you ensure that you have the best possible health. So many toxins get built up in our bodies that only something like detoxification patches can do much good. Well-designed detoxification patches stick to the soles of a person’s feet while they sleep, removing the toxins that have built up in the patient’s liver and kidneys. By removing these toxins, there will naturally be a reduction in stress, tiredness, bad skin, and bloating, and those are just the small health problems.

The best way to keep yourself healthy is to get some detoxification patches and brush your teeth twice a day, every day, for two minutes. You’ll thank yourself for it later.

Source: BodyPure.us

George Abbot

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