Cleanse teeth 3 times a day to protect against heart disease
Experts say cleaning your teeth at least 3 times a day can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease by up to 10%.
A recent study by Eva Women’s University in Seoul, South Korea, has shown that cleaning teeth 3 times a day is directly linked to the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Experts say that tooth decay reduces the risk of ‘atrial fibrillation’, which can affect heart rate.
“We studied a large group for a long time, which gave us excellent results,” said Dr. Tai Jin Song, senior author of the study.
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This research has been published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology.
Experts say that many times the tooth cleanses reduce the germs present in the teeth, gums, and mouth, after which these germs do not enter the blood through the mouth.
Earlier, scientists from South Korea had examined the relationship between mouth hygiene and cardiovascular disease from a study of more than 61,000 people aged 40 to 79 years.