Poor Blood Circulation Weakens the Ear's Sensory Cells
When there is poor blood circulation in the body, some sensory organs may become deteriorated over time. This is particularly true for parts of the inner ear that are more sensitive. A weak circulatory system can cause a lack of nutrients that help the ear’s sensory cells, which can affect your hearing.
Poor oral hygiene can cause these problems. If gums or other parts of the mouth become infected with bacteria, arteries and blood vessels get narrow, resulting in a restriction of blood flow to the body. Since the mouth is located near the ears, this may stop blood flow from reaching the ears.
3 Tips For an Oral Hygiene Routine
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