Men's Health - Secret Gateway to Health For Men

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Often I hear wives and girlfriends complain their husband never floss. When troubled, they complain, they are simply too busy, or it is not important or needed, with an explanation that a quick brushing once or one days is sufficient to do the work. In addition, they must be forced to go to the dentist if they pain in the big ones. Routine check-ups are just not on the agenda preferred for most men.

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According to the Academy of General Dentistry, the average man will lose 5.4 teeth by ageof 72 years. If he smokes or chews tobacco, he may plan to lose 12 teeth at the age of 72. Men are more likely to develop oral and throat cancer. Approximately 40,000 new cases each year, men are twice as likely to be at risk than women.

The new research connecting gum disease of coronary vascular disease, there is a higher risk of strokes and heart attacks.

Gum disease can not be more than "just a little bleeding will be considered, when I brush. ChronicInflammation, which has been linked to many systemic diseases such as AIDS, general fatigue, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and stroke, is a sign of gum disease.

Snoring is common among men. More than 60 percent of men snore, aged 41to 65th Snoring can be fatal if accompanied by sleep apnea. Most people do not know, it can easily interact with a device by the dentist who treated the teeth are worn made.

Thus the airway openunobstructed so that air flow, and prevents the snoring sound. If sleep apnea is present, then you must consult a doctor. Sleep apnea is when breathing stops for a few seconds. If left untreated, may worsen, which is death.

Sports injuries are also common for men affect the mouth. More than 200,000 injuries in the mouth and jaw each year can be prevented with a simple surgical mask. Jaw fractures, broken teeth, cracks in the mouth tissue and neck injuries are justsome of the results of sports injuries.

Recommendations for Men 's Oral Health

Routine visits to the dentist may take one or two hours every three to six months. Put it in your calendar and just do it. The studies to confirm the relationship between periodontal disease to cardiovascular disease, it can only save his life. Do not wait until something hurts,
Get a checkup to prevent problems.

Teeth tend to darken with age, smoking, wine and other types of foodor liquids. It is easy to enhance your professional image through your teeth. Professional treatments are better than over-the-counter kits. They are regulated by the dentist to meet your specific needs, including the strength of the whitener recommended basis.

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This article was published on 2010/10/07