why oral health should be a priority

Here are a few reasons why you should take care of your teeth and gums better.

Here are a few reasons why you should take care of your teeth and gums better.

Oral health plays a key role in your life.

Apart from being a significant element in making you score brownie points during dates, giving your teeth, gums and tongue the attention they really deserve also ensures you won’t be having problems in the bedroom sooner or later as well.

So if you’re not that conscious about your oral health right now, here are some good reasons why you need to start doing so as soon as you can…

Social interaction can be really difficult.

I’ve read in a psychological journal once that having oral health problems is one of the biggest reasons that can hinder a man from socializing with women.

Besides increasing the risk of bad breath, which can easily turn off a woman as soon as she gets a whiff, neglecting to give your teeth and gums the prepping up they need can also lead to unsightly decay and infection.

And it’s scientifically proven that the eyes and the whole oral region, mainly the mouth, lips as well as teeth, are the first things that get noticed during interactions so they can really make or break your chances of attracting women right off the bat.

Diseased gums and teeth can be very painful.

Just to set things straight, you can’t just endure the pain brought on by diseased teeth and gums for as long as you can. I’ve learned that unlike what most guys mistakenly think, the discomfort you feel will just become more frequent and more intense as time goes by.

And to make things even scarier, there will come a time when antibiotics won’t make the pain go away. In case you’ve got a chipped tooth or suspecting that your gums have a problem, don’t self-medicate or ignore the whole thing.

The pain you’ll experience won’t be a pinprick, too. It will be comparable to a jackhammer working away inside your mouth and can even extend to your cheeks, jaws and temples.

You will be at risk of erectile dysfunction.

See, when your teeth and gums get damaged or diseased, the blood vessels connected to them become exposed to bacteria that can do quite a number on your blood flow.

Aside from preventing the erectile tissues in the penis to get the right amount of blood they need to really firm up, they can also damage veins and arteries that can lead to serious health issues sooner or later like stroke, cardiovascular disease and heart attack.

So how about making oral health a priority in your regular schedule starting today?