Teeth cleaning may prevent heart attacks and strokes


Teeth cleaning may prevent heart attacks and strokes 

Gift for your health

The results of a new study show that paying attention to dental hygiene is an important component of stroke and heart attack prevention.

Where the researchers conducted an experiment using a toothpaste called Plaque HD, and it was proven that it reduces inflammation in the body, which is measured by calculating the percentage of C-reactive protein, which is an indicator of some heart attacks and strokes as well.

Previous studies have proven that people with gum disease are more likely to develop heart disease and that oral and dental health care can be a protective factor against the risk of these diseases. It has been proven that those who use this paste have 29% lower levels of inflammation than those who use the regular paste.

Professor Charles Hennekens, of Florida Atlantic University, said that he believes that this study may have a political impact on millions who use some types of drugs such as statins, aspirin, and beta-blockers, which are the main factor in reducing heart disease.

He added that it is simple as to what to do and can have a significant impact on health with no known side effects.

This study was published in the American Journal of Medicine, and in the opening title the journal wrote, "Can toothpaste reduce heart attacks and strokes?" Cardiologist Dr. Joseph Albert said that there is great importance for this study. Results and timing.

He used to remember the advice of his father, the dentist, to him before he began to learn medicine about the importance of keeping the teeth clean because it has a strong impact on heart attacks and strokes.