Oral Health with Kallinz

Oral Health, Overall Health

Feeling bad, sick, or weak and have anxiety. When you are sick, you experience the worst feeling you ever had.
Sickness makes people weak and sensitive.
Let's talk about when you are getting sick and after it.
You decide to go out with some friends to have fun. Maybe you guys decide to drive someplace nice (if you and your friend own a car :) ) or you just decide to hang out at the bar and enjoy some drinks before coming back home.
The next morning you get up not in the best of shapes and feel sick. Having a headache, toothache, or other types of pain (not to make it too dramatic!) will defiantly result in forgetting all of the fun you had with your friends. Even the slightest pain will make a sweet memory bitter and that's awful.

What should I do?

We don’t know. (kidding, we're here to help you.)
This is our advice: take care of your health, anywhere, anytime. Your health is like your smile, it will change your mood and others around you in a blink of an eye. All people know that "sport is good for you" but how many people care about this?
Or all we know "limit your sugar and change your eating habit" but do see others actually attend to it and take it seriously?
Unfortunately, most people take their health for granted, but if you want to feel the best you can always, you should care about yourself. Just like we said before your health is like your smile and you should protect it.

Where do pains come from?

Too many dangers follow us every day and we should care more about what these types of dangers are and how/where they can affect us.
Our mouth, ears, eyes, and nose are some of the most important parts of our body which we rely on to be able to continue with our day-to-day lives.
However, these parts are the most susceptible to microbes, bacteria, bacilli, and other types of germs. In order to minimize the risk of getting sick through these parts of our body, we should take care of them thoroughly.

What conditions can be linked to oral health?

Your oral health might contribute to various diseases and conditions, including:
• Endocarditis: This infection of the inner lining of your heart chambers or valves (endocardium) typically occurs when bacteria or other germs from another part of your body, such as your
mouth, spread through your bloodstream, and attach to certain areas in your heart.
• Cardiovascular disease: Although the connection is not fully understood, some research suggests that heart disease, clogged arteries, and stroke might be linked to the inflammation and infections that oral bacteria can cause.
• Pregnancy and birth complications: Periodontitis has been linked to premature birth and low birth weight.
• Pneumonia: Certain bacteria in your mouth can be pulled into your lungs, causing pneumonia and other respiratory diseases.

Certain conditions also might affect your oral health, including:

  • By reducing the body's resistance to infection, diabetes puts your gums at risk. Gum disease appears to be more frequent and severe among people who have diabetes.

Research shows that people who have gum disease have a harder time controlling their blood sugar levels. Regular periodontal care can improve diabetes control.

  • HIV/AIDS. Oral problems, such as painful mucosal lesions, are common in people who have HIV/AIDS.
  • This bone-weakening disease is linked with periodontal bone loss and tooth loss. Certain drugs used to treat osteoporosis carry a small risk of damage to the bones of the jaw.
  • Alzheimer's disease. Worsening oral health is seen as Alzheimer's disease progresses. (source)

What is the solution to all these?

As we mentioned before, oral health should come first. You should practice oral care and try to teach the importance of it to your family and kids. Like they go to school and study their math, it's important to study how to care for their health and especially their oral health.
Remember the healthier you are, the better you can enjoy life and smile more.

mother and child smiling

We recommend UV light sanitizer to disinfect your toothbrush safe and sound.

Why Toothbrush Sanitizer?

Toothbrush sanitizer is an automatic, easy-to-install, wall-mounted (compact & convenient) product that will make you feel comfortable about your toothbrush and takes care of it

Kallinz Toothbrush Holder/Sanitizer.

When you use UVTS (UV toothbrush sanitizer), 99% of bacteria and germs will clean and disinfect. You don’t need to worry about cautions that would cause mouth problems.

Mount, turn on, and leave your bathroom, it knows what it has to do and does the job properly. (Every time with no excuse)

Kallinz toothbrush holder sterilizes your toothbrush with UVC, stores your toothbrush properly, and keeps it dry for the next time you brush your teeth just by pressing one button.