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January 11, 2019
Midlife is a time to celebrate ourselves! Our fabulous bodies are unique and so are our oral health needs. I’ve partnered with ProBiora®Health and The Motherhood to bring you this sponsored post about the unique oral health needs of women. All opinions are my own. As women, our bodies and health needs will change with each stage of life. When we enter the midlife years we have to pay special attention to our oral health needs.
Did you know that a healthy body starts with a healthy mouth? It’s true! Your mouth is the gateway to your overall health and wellness. So many issues can be linked back to your oral health.
Even though you may be flossing, brushing and visiting a dentist on a regular basis your oral health may need more attention.
As women, our bodies and health needs will change with each stage of life. Hormone changes, age, and our current health status all play roles in our daily lives. When we enter the midlife years we have to pay special attention to our oral health needs.
A healthy mouth impacts more than just teeth and gums. The Mayo Clinic recently released research that indicates that oral health may have long-term effects on your health and wellness. You can read more about the study here – Mayo Clinic: Oral Health: A window to your overall health.
How to Address Oral Health Needs
Hopefully, you are following good oral health practices on a regular basis, but you may need to do more. Despite all of the ways we take care of our oral health needs, it’s common to still experience issues like cavities and swollen or bleeding gums. All of these issues are caused by bad bacteria in the mouth.
The same bad bacteria found in the mouth is also found in the arterial plaque in heart disease. Oral care issues have not only been linked to heart disease but cancer and other health ailments as well.
You have probably heard about probiotics for your gut, but I want to tell you about a unique oral care probiotic mint called ProBiora®Plus that I have been taking for the last 30 days. ProBioraPlus helps by restoring the naturally occurring good bacteria in the mouth.
Probiotics for Oral Health Needs
Oral probiotics like ProBioraPlus are simple to use. I take mine at night right before I get in bed. It dissolves in your mouth and adds millions of good bacteria while driving out the bad bacteria that cause gum disease, tooth decay, and unfresh breath. Results will vary but many include whiter teeth, fresher breath, and an overall healthier mouth.
Each mint contains a patented, freeze-dried blend of probiotics, called ProBiora3®, discovered and developed by Dr. Hillman, a Harvard microbiologist and dentist, and is supported by 25 years of clinical research.
The mints make it so handy to get your oral health probiotics even on the go. I was doing so much traveling with taking care of my mom and stepdad this year, being able to toss the bottle of ProBioraPlus in my travel bag was great. Even when you are taking care of others, managing your own health needs is so important, too.
Where to find Oral Probiotics
Ordering is easy. Visit ProBiora Health® to shop for all of your oral probiotics and have them delivered right to your door.
You can feel good about using ProBioraPlus makes it so easy to focus on your oral health needs. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram for more information.
ProBiora®Plus is 100% natural and backed by 30 years of research. It’s allergy-friendly, safe for use with dental and sleep aids and is made in the USA.
Be sure to go to learn more about the probiotics and start focusing on your unique oral health needs today!
Post by: Michele of Midlife Health Living
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA
**There are no known interactions between ProBioraPlus and medications. In fact, it is wise to use ProBiora®Plus during and after a course of antibiotics, which can disrupt the bacterial balance in the mouth. As with use for any medication, it is suggested that you check with your Doctor/Dentist or Pharmacist for more information.