Sleep is essential to so many functions in your body. It helps balance hormones, supports memory processing in the brain, and repairs tissues. Without enough sleep, the immune system can’t function properly, and even brain functions such as problem solving and memory are impaired. But did you know that sleep affects your dental health as well? Poor sleep and mouth breathing while asleep affect the oral cavity more than you might think!
Read the full article here: A Good Night’s Sleep: Your Smile Needs It!