Did you know that your smile can influence your mood? According to this CNBC article, a fake smile can make a positive impact on your mood – even a fake one will do. When you smile, you can trigger certain facial muscles can make your brain into thinking that you’re feeling pretty good. If you think about it, there is so more to your smile, specifically in your teeth and gum health.
What if you found out that your oral health can more or less affect your physical health? Although there may be no direct correlation between gum disease and cardiovascular disease, this Harvard Health Publishing report maintains that keeping a health oral regimen is still of high priority if you want to stay healthy and keep your teeth.
Now, how do you make sure that you stay on top of your oral health other than the regular toothbrushing and flossing? Here are other tips to help boost your oral health:
But sometimes, brushing your teeth and flossing isn’t enough
When you’re fully invested in your oral health, I just have to tell you that one of my services include a Teeth biofeedback scan and report. The report will show you which organs, glands, and mental emotions will be triggered or effected by imbalances in the tooth/teeth. If you’re intent on creating a health regime that
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