Study reveals a close relationship between dental cleaning and erectile dysfunction
A recent study revealed a close relationship between dental cleaning and male erectile dysfunction.
According to the study, at least one in five people suffers from gum disease, which leads to bleeding gums and bad breath, and may lead to loss of teeth if untreated.
Researchers at a Chinese university conducted a study of some 213 thousand men who analyzed their dental and sexual health data.
The study showed that not maintaining oral hygiene increases the likelihood of the incidence of sexual dysfunction threefold, the fact that gum disease leads to the reduction of the sex hormone in men.
Many physicians are advised to keep the art and teeth clean, brushing them at least twice a day.
Smoking, drinking alcohol and developing diabetes are causes of gingivitis.