Many of us today don’t work out. Not only do we not work out, we barely move at all in our day to day lives. The typical work and life styles are sedentary ones – hours spent sitting at a desk staring into a screen, moving no more than our fingers and forearms to type and move a mouse. Considering that we are barely moving during a commute to and from work, then sitting on the couch when we get in, then lying in bed for 8 hours, it is clear that the average human being does not in fact move much on a daily basis.
The dentist is a scary place. Harsh drilling sounds, piercing needles, those face masks, there’s enough in a clinic to make even the hardiest individual wince. This can result in visits to the dentist not being quite as regular as they should be. As a consequence, an individuals dental health will deteriorate. This is a major issue that is often overlooked and can have major impacts on a individuals well being, as oral health is key to a person’s overall health and well-being. A healthy mouth allows for the proper nutrition of the rest of the body, is critical to social interaction, a boosts self-esteem.