The health of your mouth predicts the health of basically every other part of you.
Below are important facts to note when you are not bothered about your dental health.
People struggling to navigate stress—think: a high-pressure job or an emotionally exhausting relationship—may be susceptible to more cavities than those who lead more even-keeled lives. Whether it’s the stress that gets in the way of their mouth upkeep or that poor oral hygiene contributes to inflammation and exacerbates psychological unrest isn’t entirely clear. Whichever comes first, consider caring for your teeth a way to manage stress during a hectic day. Stepping away from the desk to floss in the bathroom? Hey, it’s some type of a break, right?