What this common mouth symptom means for your memory

If you suffer from this oral condition, you’ll want to pay close attention…

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Matt Cook here, and if you ask me, Alzheimer’s is one of the worst diseases men can suffer from.

And I want to do everything in my power to prevent that.

So I can remember all my friends and family, and stay independent and healthy to a very ripe old age.

That’s why I’m paying close attention to my oral health.

Because this one common symptom can be a big red flag for Alzheimer’s…

If your dentist tells you this, here’s what you should do…

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What this common mouth symptom means for your memory

It pays to take care of your mouth.

Personally, I use baking soda to brush my teeth every day (not fluoridated toothpaste), and I get regular check ups at the dentist.

I don’t use fluoridated toothpaste because fluoride is terrible for your body, but that’s a subject for a different article.

The reason I take care of my mouth is because gum disease can cause serious health issues.

It’s been known for a long time that gum problems can cause heart issues…

But what researchers are now starting to put together is that gum issues can also cause dementia and Alzeihmer’s.

I don’t know a single person who wants to get either of those.

They are terrible.

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What is gum disease?

Gum disease is when the tissues of your mouth get infected and/or inflamed.

Gum disease results from infection of the oral tissues holding teeth in place.

There are actually over 700 species of bacteria in your mouth and the ones that cause gum disease are pretty much always there.

It’s more about keeping it under control than eliminating them.

The mouth is home to about 700 species of bacteria, including those that can cause periodontal (gum) disease.

Why does gum disease cause problems?

It can cause loose teeth, bleeding gums, and loss of teeth if it gets severe.

These are the obvious effects.

Some of the less obvious problems with gum disease can occur because the bacteria in our gums that causes disease can move to our brain.

Bacteria and the inflammatory molecules they make can travel from infections in the mouth through the bloodstream to the brain.

This is important to know because once you get dementia or Alzheimer’s all that the doctors can usually do is slow down the progression.

The damage has already been done.

It’s very important to prevent problems in the first place.

The NIA Intramural Research Program looked at the data from the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics.

They looked at the correlation between gum disease and infections from oral bacteria with the onset of dementia.

This is a great analysis because it was done with over 6,000 people over a time period of more than 26 years.

The team compared different age groups at baseline, with up to 26 years of follow-up, for more than 6,000 participants.

The bad news is that if you have gum disease you are more likely to develop Alzeihmer’s.

The analysis revealed that older adults with signs of gum disease and mouth infections at baseline were more likely to develop Alzheimer’s during the study period.

In fact, one specific strain of gum bacteria – Pophyromnas gingivalis – is linked DIRECTLY to Alzheimer’s.

Of these 19, Porphyromonas gingivalis is the most common culprit of gum disease. In fact, a recent study suggests that plaques of beta-amyloid protein, a major hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease, may be produced as a response to this infection.

Doctors are very much taught to cut or hand out treatments, so you are unlikely to hear about this type of preventative approach from your doc.

But that doesn’t mean it isn’t valuable.

It’s so much better to not get a disease in the first place than to deal with it once it happens.

It’s a very good idea to take care of your teeth.

Brush every day (baking soda is better than toothpaste in my opinion) and get regular dental care.

If you are having problems with your gums this is something you want to address as soon as possible.

Gum problems can lead to heart disease and dementia.

That’s not a good combination.

And for most people it’s something that can be prevented…

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Toxins in the brain may accumulate causing memory loss.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.