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Lucy Summer | lifewithfitness

Nicotine triggers vasoconstriction

Sep 4th 2014 at 12:14 AM

Nicotine triggers vasoconstriction - This affects the ability of the oral cavity to fight infections. Also because of nicotine treatment process of the oral cavity becomes longer and more complex.

Oral health and other diseases - Impact of oral health on the whole body is a new area of research. Recent studies have found the following relationship between your mouth and your body:do these things

•    Rheumatoid arthritis - Treatment of periodontitis reduces pain caused by rheumatoid arthritis.
•    Diseases of the lungs. Periodontal condition worsens with pneumonia and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, probably due to the increase in the number of bacteria in the lungs.

•    Obesity - Two studies have found a relationship between obesity and oral disease. It was found that periodontitis progresses in the presence of excess fat in the body.

Final conclusions on the health and hygiene of the oral cavity - One thing is clear: the mouth and the body cannot be separated. Condition of the organism as a whole affects the condition of the oral cavity, and vice versa. Taking care of your teeth and gums healthy increases the chances of living longer.

Brush your teeth twice a day, floss regularly visit the dentist. It is important to tell your dentist about the medical history of your family. If you have periodontitis, often inquire to the dentist and immediately begin treatment before the disease begins to progress and cause tooth loss or deterioration of your overall health.

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