People with hypermobility have greater challenges in oral care. We're prone to hypermobile teeth that split and attract gum disease, among other problems. Make sure you're practicing the best oral care possible.
We all want to have a smile as dazzling as our diagnoses (bah-dum-dum), but there are a number of dental issues that are common to people with Hypermobility Spectrum Disorders and the Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes that could make a great smile a short-lived treasure. Problems with collagen spell trouble for our teeth and their home, the jaw.
The Zebra Pit offers a wide selection of resources both on and offsite. As we grow and change and take on new readers, I wanted to take the time to explain where you can find some of the best resources on health and wellness for spoonies the web has to offer, gathered by the ZP.
Pictured above: a portion of the Mackinac Bridge taken by David Curtis from St. Ignace. We had to travel it twice. It's 5 miles long and the world's 5th longest suspension bridge. Have I mentioned I have a bridge phobia? As I write this, I’m waiting for the alarm clock beside my husband to tell … Continue reading The Vacation Aftermath
The disastrous consequences of testing my mettle this summer by taking a 1,400 mile round trip drive to the Upper Peninsula to pick up my nephew and bring him back home after a 3 week visit; a spoonie story.