If you are not happy with your bedroom life, check your dental hygiene. Teeth stand witness to your happy love life, says a study, suggesting that individuals who are in a trusting, secure and loving relationship may have good oral health compared to those in a bad one.
People in love paid extra attention to their appearance, including dental health. “We were surprised how greatly romantic relationships really did play a big part,” Grace Branjerdporn from University of Queensland in Australia, was quoted as saying to abc.net.au.
“They also have higher levels of self-reliance, distrust others and avoid seeking support,” she said. “On the brighter side, those in a love life, who trust the other person and have higher self-worth lead to better dentist visiting habits,” Branjerdporn observed.
For the study, published in the journal of Quality of Life Research, the team analysed a group of 265 people, mainly in their early 30s with healthy lifestyles.