South Korean scientists examined that, brushing teeth more than three times a day may reducing the risk of heart failure because of bacteria-fighting potential. The survey of the European researchers of Cardiology says that there is a connection between oral hygiene and the incidence of an irregular heartbeat and heart failure. Bad oral hygiene leads to raised bacteria in the blood, which causes infection has found in previous studies.
In a recent study of the Korean National Health Insurance nearly 1,61,286 participants, in the age from 40 to 79 has no history of heart failure. Participant’s health, lifestyle, weight, height, oral health was checked by regular medical examination executed. Within ten years, 3% of participants had developed cardiac arrhythmia, while 4.9% had heart failure earlier. Brushing teeth more than three times a day reduced 10% risk of cardiac arrhythmia and 12% lower risk of heart failure throughout this period. These reports were autonomous of several aspects, including sex, age, regular exercise, socioeconomic status, body mass index, alcohol consumption and psychological illness such as hypertension, claimed by researchers.
More than three times, teeth brush may reduce bacteria in the subgingival biofilm, possibly preventing it from meeting the bloodstream. European Journal for Preventing Cardiology, determine that repeated tooth brushing can counter heart failure and atrial fibrillation. The National Health Service suggests brushing every surface of teeth with fluoride toothpaste two times every day for around three to four minutes can stop tooth decay, gum disease, and plaque build-up. Recent study has shown that bad oral hygiene leads to germs in the blood, causing infection in the body, which causes raise the risk of unreliable beat and heart failure. The heart’s capacity to pump blood and fill with blood may be also damaged.