Lifestyle affects oral health
You try to brush your teeth, floss and visit your dentist regularly. But if you smoke or get a little sleep, choosing your way of life may be damaging your oral health. P>
Japanese researchers studied 219 factory workers in Osaka, Japan, who underwent check-ups in 1999> and 2003. participants were examined to evaluate periodontal disease and completed a lifestyle questionnaire, which asked about eight lifestyle categories: smoking, alcohol consumption, hours of sleep, breakfast, nutritional balance, work hours, exercise, and health mental. They were also asked about the frequency of tooth brushing, the method of brushing, and the use of interdental cleansers.
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