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Poor dental hygiene, in particular, can result in a range of symptoms, making a person feel ill all of the time. Bacteria can grow and thrive more easily when there is poor hygiene, which can lead to infection.
The skin serves as the body’s natural barrier against pathogens such as germs and viruses.
Washing the body, keeping clothes and bedding clean, and keeping natural, healthy bacterial communities in check can all help to keep bacteria at bay.
Gums have a large number of blood arteries. Because of this blood flow, untreated gum infections can spread throughout the body. Gum disease is also linked to a number of other disorders.
Most diseases caused by poor hygiene can be treated and prevented by cleaning the body, clothes, and bedding on a regular basis. Gum infections and disease can be treated, and the risk of developing them is considerably reduced, by maintaining good oral hygiene habits.