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Oral disease is the cause of many physical and mental ailments

Birmingham: After examining the poor and unhealthy condition of the inside of the mouth of thousands of people, experts have come to the conclusion that gum disease can lead to various physical and even mental diseases.

A study of more than 60,000 people in the UK found that poor oral health can lead to diseases such as heart disease, autoimmune diseases and pregnancy complications in women. In this way, the door of many diseases is opened by the mouth.

According to Dr. Jutt Singh Chandan of the Institute of Applied Health Research at the University of Birmingham, the whole body is affected by the disease and the danger is that it has a profound effect on the mental health itself. Alzheimer’s is also at the top of the list.
Previous research suggests that dental and oral diseases can increase blood pressure. Data from 64,000 people with gum and dental disease have now been collected from medical databases in the UK.

In this regard, a follow-up of three and a half years has also been done under which each individual was asked about diseases other than mouth. It found that poor oral health increased joint pain and arthritis by 33%. Similarly, the risk of heart disease and stroke can increase up to 18%. But even more worrying is that it can increase the risk of mental illness by up to 37%. These include both psychiatric and mental disorders including Alzheimer’s, depression and other illnesses.

In this context, doctors have emphasized on maintaining good oral health.

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