Orthodontist says 7 minutes of smiling should improve oral health
Share this @internewscast.com


He added: “Smiling triggers the release of dopamine which helps to regulate your immune system.

“As the level of dopamine rises, the number of antibodies in the body increases, which is crucial to keeping your mouth healthy, and also to staying fit and well in general.”

According to Bupa, 90 percent of Brits have some form of gum disease, even if only a small amount.

Flossing and brushing your teeth every day will always be an essential part of the fight against gum disease, but smiling might give your dental health the “boost” it needs.



Share this @internewscast.com
You May Also Like

UK scientists warn of urgent need for action on vaccines to head off autumn Covid wave | Coronavirus

Health authorities need to act urgently to prepare for an autumn that…

How Often You Should Wash Different Body Parts, According to Science –

You may be thinking that showering regularly is one of the best…

Why Kansas will be a bellwether in abortion fight

In the wake of the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade,…

Surprising Effects of Drinking Cranberry Juice, Says Science — Eat This Not That

Drinking juice has quite a complicated history. While some health gurus try…

Shingles: Vertigo could be a sign of a Ramsay Hunt syndrome – seek ‘prompt treatment’

“It’s more common in older adults, typically affecting people older than 60.…

Tom Cruise is 60—Here Are 4 Healthy Eating Habits He Swears By — Eat This Not That

Just spotted on the red carpet with Prince William and Kate Middleton…

Simple Tricks to Avoid a “Deadly” Heart Attack, Say Doctors Now — Eat This Not That

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States…

The grim road to 10,000 Covid deaths in Australia | Australia news

On Sunday Australia recorded its 10,000 Covid death since the virus emerged.…