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The Science is clear: They are getting smaller…with consequences. What is happening to our jaws? It’s been happening for 100’s of years now and the causes are multifactorial but they all translate to an increased risk of an array of serious chronic health issues and to profound esthetic issues. The United States is the most…

Inhale, exhale, and take note: Did you breathe through your nose or your mouth? Breathing through the mouth instead of the nose may seem like a trivial concern, but when mouth breathing becomes habitual, various oral health problems may result. For example, a dry mouth can lead to increased oral bacteria; this puts chronic mouth…

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Breathe free and clear in no time—without a trip to the pharmacy. Because there are many healthy reasons to breathe through your nose, and some serious consequences to mouth-breathing. Here’s a partial list: Breathing through the mouth has been proven to significantly increase the likelihood of snoring and obstructive sleep apnea. Mouth breathing can cause…

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Emerging research has suggested a there’s a connection between gum disease and SARS-CoV-2, according to a new report, “The Mouth COVID Connection (MCC).” The review study, which has been accepted for publication for the October 2020 issue of the Journal of the California Dental Association (JCDA), suggests that hospitalized coronavirus patients with prior underlying gum…

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This roundup of resources can help lead you in the right direction and break down obstacles that may have held you back from seeking help in the past. Since getting its start in March, the coronavirus pandemic has continued (yup, still happening) to sweep the nation, impacting quite literally every facet of life as we…

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Both temporomandibular disorders (sometimes called TMD or TMJ) and fibromyalgia are painful conditions that can interfere with quality of life. Unfortunately, as you have found, people who already have one chronic pain condition often develop another one, or even more. In fact, many people newly diagnosed with TMD have previously experienced fluctuating pain in various…

Self-compassion is something that doesn’t come naturally to many people, and, yet, it’s necessary in order to live a life of love and pleasure. According to Kristin Neff, Ph.D., a leading researcher on the topic, there are three facets to self-compassion: 1. Having self-kindness instead of self-judgment 2. Recognizing that suffering and feeling inadequate are part of…

Changes in oral microbes may lead to gum disease, heart problems, and cancer, study says. Drinking alcohol can throw off the balance of good and bacteria in the mouth and raise your risk for a variety of diseases, according to new research. In a study published April 23, 2018, in the journal Microbiome, scientists at NYU School of…

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