What happens when you spend 24/7 with a 4-year-old? You start thinking about everything in terms of superhero references. Even if you haven’t spent the last two weeks of quarantine with 24/7 parent duty, we all get a bit more eccentric after being indoors all day every day.
With the outbreak of COVID-19, most of us are stuck inside our homes for the next few weeks. We know that when you’re not regularly going out, it can be easy to become lax on the basic wellness and beauty regimens that make you presentable to the world. However, it’s important to remember that keeping up on basic hygiene practices sustains your health. It also prevents you from passing on anything else to your loved ones in the same household. In other words, when you’re healthy, you give yourself and your loved ones a better chance to fight off any of those nasty viruses that might come your way. Those healthy practices should, of course, include a good oral care regimen.
When it comes to oral health, we all get a little bit nervous when the “C” word is mentioned. That’s right. Cancer. Oral cancer to be specific. Oral cancer, also called mouth cancer, encompasses cancer of the lips, teeth, tongue, gums, and any part of the oral cavity.
Right now, Americans are rightly concerned about the Coronavirus. Some good news first to quell your anxiety: prevention is possible with healthy habits! Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly, maintain a good distance from people with outward flu or cold-like symptoms, and avoid unnecessarily touching your face.
In order to reduce plastic waste, most people are now switching to products that are made with sustainable materials like metal straws, eco shopping bags, and reusable coffee cups. And one of the most-used components in creating these eco-friendly items is bamboo.
Proper dental hygiene is important to keep our teeth and gums healthy. Brushing regularly removes debris and surface stains, and prevents bacteria buildup that causes bad breath. It also ensures the removal of plaque, which is the primary cause of tooth decay, gum problems, and periodontal disease.
From giving healthy dog food to buying all their favorite treats, it is every pet parent’s duty to take care of their fur babies. Unfortunately, some dog owners are not paying attention to their pet’s oral care. Just like us, our dogs’ teeth need some care and protection, too.
Most children have a full set of primary teeth by the time they reach the age of three. That’s why getting your little ones into the habit of brushing their teeth twice a day is very important in establishing a proper dental care routine. You need to make sure that your child knows the importance of cleaning their teeth and gums.
In the last few years, consumers have started embracing sustainable and organic lifestyles. As our knowledge advances, we have become more aware of the things we put into our bodies and how they affect us.
Proper oral hygiene begins as early as infancy. People may think baby teeth don't need much attention because they will eventually fall out, but taking care of your little one’s teeth is as important as taking care of your own.
Most people assume that a foam is necessary when brushing their teeth. However, equating foaminess with cleanliness is all in your mind - put there by years of shampoo commercials showing people having the time of their lives while washing suds out of their hair.