Did you know that lowering your high blood pressure can be as easy as changing one habit in only 2 minutes a day?
Seems too easy to be true, right? But there is science behind this claim.
Scientists in South Korea looked at the impact of poor dental hygiene on other health indicators, aside from how the gums look.
What they found was that people with the worst tooth-brushing habits also had an alarmingly higher rate of hypertension, or high blood pressure.
But how can this be?
The most plausible hypothesis currently available is that inflammation in the gums of chronically dirty mouths is the cause of this spike in blood pressure. Other theories include claims that the abundance of mouth bacteria can cause harmful effects all over the body.
People need to either brush their teeth twice per day (morning and before bed), or soak and scrub their dentures.
One in three adults over the age of 25 suffers from hypertension. As adults reach the age of 65 and above, that incidence rate jumps to 3 out of 4.
Doesn’t it seem easier (and cleaner, and better smelling) to just brush your teeth properly twice a day than to run up both medical and pharmacy bills on dangerous drugs?
But brushing your teeth is probably not enough to cure high blood pressure. For that, you need these 3 easy exercises that are guaranteed to bring your blood pressure down below 120/80—starting today…
And if you have already developed gum disease, you’ll be happy to know that it’s easy to eradicate it, using the simple natural steps explained here…