You a fan of coffee
? Please enjoy the benefits of these black drink. The content in coffee is not only increasing the concentration, but also prevent various types of cancer with a super antioxidant. You can take it daily with due regard to dose. This is because excessive caffeine in coffee can also increase heart rate and blood pressure.
One of the “protection” provided the coffee is, the lower the risk of oral cancer by 50 percent. These findings revealed the researchers from the American Cancer Society in Atlanta, Georgia, as quoted from the Daily Mail.
Experts identify the 868 volunteers who died of cancer of the mouth or oral cavity disorders. This observation is not done in a short time. It took them 30 years to reveal this data.
In this identification, the researchers also looked at the eating habits and coffee consumption. In those belonging to high caffeinated coffee drinkers, at least four cups a day, 49 percent less likely to suffer from cancer.
The same study also was conducted in Europe, America and Central America. Comparing the coffee drinking habits of around 5,000 cancer patients and more than 9,000 healthy people. The researchers found regular coffee drinkers had a risk of mouth and throat cancer is lower than 39 percent who did not drink coffee.
In the American Journal of Epidemiology, the researchers also say that coffee may improve the body’s protection against the formation of cancer cells. “Coffee contains several biologically active compounds that can help lower the risk of developing and dying from cancer.”
Smoking affecting health problems, include cause a number of oral health problems
, ranging from oral cancer
to tooth discoloration
“Smoking can make your teeth and tongue turn yellow,” said Thomas Kilgore, DMD, oral health expert and dean of Boston University Henry M. Goldman School.
Smoking and tobacco can lead to the emergence of oral health complications such as a more serious gum disease and oral cancer. To find out more clearly how the smoking affecting oral health, the following is an explanation Thomas Kilgore:
Smoking and oral cancer
According to Thomas Kilgore, oral cancer is the most serious condition caused by smoking. “It’s hard to say how large the percentage of smokers cause mouth cancer. But they have a high mortality rate is between 40-50 percent of all cases, and these conditions have not changed for several decades,” he said.
American Cancer Society estimates, 90 percent of patients with cancer of the mouth (lips, tongue, throat, and mouth) is a tobacco user in some form. The risk of mouth cancer record six times higher for smokers than those who never smoked. While the risk of each person suffering from oral cancer usually depends on how long people use tobacco or cigarettes.
Smoking and periodontal disease
“Smoking does not cause tooth decay, but periodontal disease. Bone loss is a part of periodontal disease. This condition starts from inflammation of the gums and bone supporting the roots of the teeth become inflamed,” said Kilgore. Read the rest of this entry »