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The link between depression and teeth.

Depression is one of the most common mental health issues in the world. When you or someone you love is struggling with depression, it can be easy to overlook oral health. Yet maintaining good oral care is an important factor in your overall mental health. Depression can lead to poor oral hygiene, poor nutrition, avoidance of necessary dental care. But the connection between depression and oral health doesn’t end here. Few other oral problems are related to depression like- Many people who have been suffering from depression also have been diagnosed with an aching mouth due to excessive clenching of teeth. Due to excessive clenching patients also report with problems in jaw joints like pain and restricted jaw movements. In depression certain body hormones like cortisol are increased which causes various gum (periodontal) diseases. Depression is also linked to high risked behavior like smoking, alcohol, drug abuse. these are associated with oral damage. The side

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