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.
"What I didn’t realize is that my life was going to take a drastic change that night. I wish I could go back and change that day but I can’t. That night I awoke with my spine and neck burning hot and they felt inflamed. I was vomiting, my whole body felt feverish and I was chilling."
Hypermobility without Tears teaches nearly everything you need to know about EDS and fitness. Di Bon guides you through step by step; first introducing the concepts she’s working with. Practice the exercises recommended as you read through the book, and you will already be on your way to improving your health. Maintain those practices on a regular basis, and you are on your way to developing a life of less pain, easier movement and more stability throughout the body designed to protect your joints.
This post contains a very important message about Michelle's challenge to the world this Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Awareness Month!