The Dental Benefits Of Movement
Physical activity is good for your body. even for your dental health! Gum disease or periodontitis is when harmful bacteria inflame gums. A journal of Dentistry study in 2005 found that regular exercise lowers the risk of gum disease. In fact, it found that participants who never smoked and who exercised regularly were 54% less likely to have periodontitis compared to those who did not exercise.
If high levels of bacteria start to concentrate in your mouth. you could become more vulnerable to cardiovascular disease. endocarditis, and pneumonia. Pregnant women with poor oral hygiene.
Spring is a great time of year to increase your physical activity and get some fresh air. Here are some ways you can integrate more movement into your daily life.
You deserve a healthy