This week, I want to bring your attention to tooth decay in honour of World Cavity-Free Future Day. 14th October 2018 marks the third annual World Cavity-Free Future Day (WCFFD), an initiative launched in 2016 by the Alliance for a Cavity-Free Future (ACFF) to address the need for greater global awareness of dental caries.
This week is Dental Health Week and there is more to good dental health than brushing and flossing your teeth. If you add these 6 simple tips into your lifestyle, you can be sure that your oral health will improve. Give these a go, its not only good for your teeth but your overall health too.
We sleep for one third of our lives. Along with moving our body, eating, drinking and thinking, it is one of the most common things that we do. The things we do the most of affect our health to the greatest extent. Therefore, for our overall well-being, we have to be sleeping well.
To be truly well, we must look at our health holistically and this is far more than just about the food we eat and what exercise we do. When thinking about redefining wellness so that we can live out best lives, we need to consider these factors.
The end of year holidays, or ‘silly season’, is upon us. It is a time when we are supposed to be re-charging our batteries so that we can enter the new year ready to go. Here are a few tips to help you maintain your oral and general health over the holiday season.
October is Mental Health Month. Mental health has arguably the greatest influence over our health and it is so important to keep it as your highest priority even as the month comes to a close. Did you know that stress and anxiety can impact your oral health?
Sleep is arguably the most important part of the day. With the over-stimulating rigours of day-to-day activities, poor lifestyle choices, deadlines, and our obsession with technology, it seems to be harder and harder to get a good night sleep. However, there are also medical conditions that can affect our sleep.
If we want to increase the chances of falling pregnant and produce a child that is as healthy as possible, it makes sense that both the male and female are as healthy as can be. So, this begs the question: can fertility be affected by poor oral health?
The 5 Pillars of Health
Good health can be achieved through addressing the following health pillars vital to wellness: