10 Oral Hygiene Tips #infographic

Have you always dreamed of having a perfect smile? Would you like to have lovely white teeth? Well, everything starts with creating a dental health routine. And it is easier than you may think!

The team at Yaletown Dental has visualised ten useful tips to help you keep a clean and healthy mouth. You probably wash your teeth at least 3 times a day but there are a few other things you can do to prevent crooked teeth and other common gum diseases.

Check out the infographic below to learn more about how to start and maintain a good oral hygiene.

oral hygiene infographic

An infographic by Yale Town Dental.

Benefits of Medigap #infographic #medicare

Medicare beneficiaries or those who are seeking additional information about Medicare, often are unsure of the exact coverage Medicare provides. It is often believe that Medicare covers all medical expenses, but this is simply not true. Most individuals do not know that Original Medicare does not cover all medical expense.

Medicare Supplement Plans help these individuals pay for medical expenses that Medicare does not cover, such as misc expenses, doctor visits and procedures. These Medicare Supplement Plans differ on multiple different spectrums and may have specific requirements to qualify for each plan. It is important to know what yo u may qualify for.

This infographic illustrates the most frequently asked questions regarding Medicare Supplement Plans and Medicare Advantage Plans. Do you have additional questions about the differences between Medicare Supplement Plans and what they cover? Learn more about Medicare Part A and Part B as well as Medicare Supplement Plans by visiting unitedmedicareadvisors.com.

An infographic by unitedmedicareadvisors.com.

Tips for Treating and Controlling Chronic Pain #Infographic #ChronicPain

Pain is our body’s way of telling us that there is something wrong – that something is functioning not like how it should be, and that is damaging our body. While there are many kinds of feelings of pain – from sudden jolts, pain that feel like sharp, constant stabbing, to a blurred pain that lasts for a while – they all tell the same thing in the end.

Pain can be classified into two depending on how long they last. The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke determines two kinds of pain according to this category: acute and chronic pain.

Acute pain is a temporary discomfort and can last up to 6 months at most. It may be due to simple complications and injuries and fades over time until the complication heals fully. Chronic pain, meanwhile, persists longer – even up to years. This kind of pain can either range from mild to excruciating, episodic or continuous, or inconvenient to incapacitating.

Chronic pain can affect our lives greatly – from our ability to do physical activity, our mental health, and our lifestyles. However, we do not have to completely succumb to chronic pain. Even in simple ways, we can help alleviate the pain we feel. Check out this infographic by Euro-American Connections & Homecare to find out how.

An infographic by Euro-American Connections & Homecare.

10 Fun Facts About Your Teeth #infographic

Have you ever thought about how much time you spent brushing your teeth? Research gathered by professional dentists at Encore Dental shows that the average person spends 38 days brushing their teeth during their lifetime! Impressed? Well, you are going to be amazed when you find out how much saliva your mouth produces or how long it takes a tooth to start dying after it is knocked out of the jaw. Can you guess?

Find out these and some other fun curiosities your didn’t know about your mouth with this fascinating infographic.

An infographic by Encore Dental.

13 Running Tips For Weight Loss #Infographic #Running

Running is a healthy activity that you can continue for a lifetime, and its benefits go beyond physical health. Running is also great for the soul, helping you to become stronger and live longer.

Lots of people get into running for just one simple reason: they want to lose weight. Running is one of the most effective ways to burn calories. You don’t have to go to the gym or spend a lot of money on expensive equipment. Lace up your running shoes, and you are ready to go.

You can burn mega calories while running; however, success is not guaranteed. Understanding the most efficient ways to run for weight loss before starting can help you reach your goals more quickly.

Fortunately, RunningAddicted.com has put together an infographic filled with tips so you can maximize your efforts. For example, drinking coffee before running can boost your metabolism. Check out the infographic below for more information.

An infographic by RunningAddicted.com.