So You're Not Brushing Your Teeth Daily...

So You’re Not Brushing Your Teeth Daily…

While checking out my inbox this morning, I received a very interesting message and I’d like to share it with you…

A long-time reader, George, asks if his bad tooth can affect his sex life in any way at all. He says that he chipped it a few months back while chewing on a piece of hard candy.

George also adds that his bad tooth isn’t painful and only gets sensitive when he drinks cold water. Moreover, he still hasn’t visited his dentist to have it checked, too.

Well, if I could have my two cents’ worth on the issue, I think George should be making a dental appointment as soon as he can. Now while I don’t mean to scare you, having even the slightest dental problem can lead to serious issues in the bedroom in the long run.

Let me explain what I mean…

However, before I explain this more in detail, let me give you a quick rundown first on what happens inside your body during sexual arousal to help you understand this better.

As soon as the brain detects that you and your lover are getting frisky in the bedroom, it sends messages to the endocrine system that it needs to start producing and releasing mood-altering hormones. These hormones basically trigger key changes that the body needs to get it ready for sex.

Besides making the skin, especially in and around the erogenous zones extra sensitive to the slightest stimulation for a given period of time, the hormones that are let loose during sexual arousal also spike up the breathing and heart rate.

This also leads to a significant increase in blood flow to the pelvic region, which is needed by the absorbent erectile tissues in the penis to firm up, achieve an erection and stay that way until orgasm is achieved.

However, something else happens when you’ve got an oral health problem like a bad tooth or perhaps diseased gums…

See, unnatural breaks in the oral region form when you’ve got a dental health issue that needs attention. These breaks become portals for bad bacteria that infiltrate the blood vessels and wreak havoc in them.

Apart from disrupting the ideal flow of blood that takes place during sexual arousal, these unwanted visitors also help speed up the formation of plaque particles that clog up the veins and arteries.

In short, you’ll find yourself experiencing weak erections sooner or later if you don’t give your teeth, tongue and gums the TLC they deserve. There is even a big chance you won’t get hard at all if you neglect your oral health as well.

If you’re anything like most men, brushing and flossing regularly may sometimes be a lot of work. However, if you’d like to ensure that you won’t be losing the strength of your erections soon, make it a daily habit to really give your chompers a good cleaning.

And don’t even think about toughing it out if you already have a bad tooth or diseased gums. Have it checked as soon as you can before it gets worse.

(Now here’s why you should load up on fiber as much as you can.)

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