Stress Can Affect Your Dental Health; Check Out How!
Sometimes there is workload and sometimes there is a lack of compatibility in a relationship, stress is an all-time friend of our life. Loneliness, mental anguish, and sadness gradually take the form of depression. If you don’t go to the doctor in time, depression can lead to death.
When you are too much in stress, it affects not only your mental health but also dental health without your notice. It is the truth. Check out how stress affects dental health.
- If you are constantly feeling low and having stress every day, and you don’t want to cook at home it is because you are overthinking and having stress. In this situation, you have to rely on restaurant food. In that case, eating oily-salty-spicy food bought from the shop is bad for the health of the teeth. It does not however affect in one day but if you continue it every day, it is a matter of concern.
- When it comes to anxiety, many people increase the number of sweets at that time. This leads to tooth decay and cavity problems.
- Many people suffer from ‘Burning Mouth Syndrome’ when they suffer from depression. In this case, the gums become swollen and irritated inside the mouth. Even the taste of the tongue vanishes.
- Due to depression, the brain does not click on any work. People who already have dental problems forget to get regular dental check-ups due to depression. Even if they remember, they feel lazy to go to the doctor. And this increases the problem.
- In addition, patients suffering from mental health problems are given anti-depressant drugs. These drugs have thousands of side effects and increase the risk of gum disease.
Last but not least, due to depression people become addicted to smoking and alcohol which causes severe damage to dental health as well as causes oral cancer.