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See in today’s video how this habit can protect your mouth.
A bright smile makes everyone feel prettier. It increases self-esteem and also the sensation of cleanliness. Isn’t it right?
Our body is made of more than 50% water, varying according to our age. So, it is essential to drink at least half a gallon of water daily.
After all, we eliminate a lot of water during the day through urine, sweat, and other body activities. So, we need to stay hydrated.
Water is important for our health and for the good functioning of the body, including the mouth. Did you know?
But, if you don’t drink enough water, what issues can appear? Watch the video to learn more!
Many things can help you drink more water throughout the day to ensure good oral health.
We selected some suggestions to help you with that:
As soon as you wake up, drink at least a glass of water to clean your body;
During the day, take small sips of water whenever you can;
Keep a water bottle with you and take it wherever you go. This way, you will always have water around, and it will be easier to get into the habit of drinking it.
If water isn’t your favorite beverage, try adding some mint leaves or lemon slices to make it more attractive.
Or, if you prefer, start drinking natural juices and teas, then slowly increase your consumption of water.
0:00 Why Drinking Water is Good for Oral Health
1:12 How Dehydration Affects the Mouth and Gums
2:40 Tips for Drinking More Water
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