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Surprising link between dental and brain health


People with poor oral hygiene (or gum disease) could be at higher risk of developing Alzheimerā€™sšŸ˜±

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Poor oral hygiene is often associated with poor nutrition and the outcome can be poor overall health. But is it all the story?

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No.

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Bacteria that often cause gum disease can transfer from mouth to the brain.

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Bacteria called P. gingivalis (the one that causes gum disease) has been found in brains of patients with Alzheimerā€™s disease.

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ā—ļøBacteria in your mouth can affect your brain.

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ā—ļøHealthy mouth is good for your body and brain. High Performance Brain members are aware how important is oral hygiene thatā€™s why we have a dentist in our team!

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In the future you will be able to book your appointment with our dentist if youā€™re living in the NetherlandsšŸ‡³šŸ‡±šŸ˜Š.

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Our dentist specialises in treating anxious people but also she has a lot of experience with elderly patients.

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Take an action now. Take care of your brain, by taking care of your teethšŸ˜Š

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Have a good day!

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