They say to wash your hands when you’re sick, but how about your toothbrush? Prevent reinfecting yourself with this common sense tip.
My biggest pet peeve is dental health information that treats the mouth as if it weren’t connected to the rest of the body. If you were bleeding from your head, you’d see the doctor right away, and yet, bleeding gums are often overlooked. It is well documented that poor dental health increases our chances of heart disease, dementia, and diabetes. This section is all about how taking control of your dental health can help you lose weight, sleep better, increase athletic performance, prevent disease and chronic illness, and have a longer, healthier life.