A. Avoid sugary foods and drinks overall to reduce chances of tooth decay and prevent most chronic diseases.
Sugar is the root of all evil, then follows money 🤣🤣🤣🤣🙈🙈🙈.
B. Brush twice a day (after every meal if possible) in order to prevent gum disease, tooth decay and food debris that runs loosely in the mouth.
Floss daily as much as possible.
C. Seek treatment from a dental professional for tooth decay, gum disease and any other suspicious conditions you may identify through various symptoms.
Bad breath and bleeding gums alone should raise a red flag that makes you seek help.
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Bleeding gums is a serious problem that may lead to complications in other vital organs such as the brain and the heart.
On rare occasions, bleeding gums have led to problems with the reproductive organs of both males and females.
(More on bleeding gums in future articles)
D. Do not leave respiratory problems unattended.
There’s a famous belief that:
“If most sinusitis and rhinitis were to be treated on time, we could avoid the majority of chest infections like bronchitis”
Do not nurse chronic diseases on your own without seeking medical attention.
Even doctors also resort to special investigations like Xrays and blood tests in order to make sure they don’t overlook anything.