It’s well-known by now that regular exercise can help reverse symptoms of PCOS like weight gain and high blood pressure, which, in turn, increase the risk of damage to the cardiovascular system. But did you know exercise can also greatly reduce the chances of developing gum disease?
Stress and inflammation, which are closely linked to PCOS, both play a significant role in gum disease. However, the risk of developing all these conditions can be greatly lowered via a healthy lifestyle.
For example, regular exercise such as walking a mile, without stopping, three to five times a week, coupled with a balanced, nutritious diet, can reduce both stress and inflammation and lower the chances of gum disease by as much as 40%.
Which just goes to prove you can better manage your health in all kinds of surprising ways when you switch to a more beneficial lifestyle.
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