I read an article once that says heart attack can be prevented by taking good care of your gums and teeth. So, flossing is there.
- How they can work without interrupt give me clue please
- How do you maintain your habit over the weeekend or when travelling away from home? I do yoga in the morning for stretch and exercise and I always struggle to do it over the weekends or when I’m not at home.
- Do you block time in your calendar for to-dos or just keep a list?
- Could you advice me more to reduce distraction while working?
- How often do you update/reflect on your to do list? Daily? When it’s finished? Do you keep up a running task list? Do you check it every night or every morning?
That might be an overstatement, but the plaque in your mouth is the same plaque that can hurt your heart. Also, gum disease can make you lose your teeth and hard to eat healthy foods. Those are two examples of ways flossing can affect your overall wellness
I don’t know that flossing saves lives, but I suppose having good dental hygiene can prevent a lot of things that could damage the quality of your life and potentially put your life at risk maybe… I don’t know and have never heard that some floss can be toxic
- Do you feel like flossing is getting easier yet?
- Should I be flossing both in the morning and at night?
- Does using mouthwash increase the benefits of brushing and flossing?
- In Fabulous it says that flossing can save your life, how is that? Are there really brands of floss containing toxic materials? What are the toxins?
- What are some of the things that stop you from flossing each night?
- Do you floss morning and night or just once a day?
- How do I proceed with my evening routine if I’m tired?
- Do you use a long piece of floss or the small kind (pick-style)?
- Does using a Waterpik count as flossing?
- What is your favorite floss flavor?