Gum Disease may Increase Risk of Hypertension

Moderate-to-severe gum disease was found to up the risk of hypertension by 22%, while severe periodontitis almost doubled the risk of developing hypertension. Persons with gum disease should be counseled of the risks of high blood pressure and associated complications. Healthy lifestyle changes, including a healthy diet and regular exercise needs to be followed.
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