It sounds an obvious thing to say but the health of your teeth and gums can affect how you feel overall. Not only this but it can also affect your self esteem, how you view the world too. A friend of mine went to this local Kingston Dentist recently to get her veneers done (which were not cheap) but the transformation in her personality was simply amazing!
She went from being a quiet retiring type of person to someone with REAL confidence in herself.
When you look good, you feel good so taking care of your teeth actually does both things for yourself you achieve both of these simultaneously.
It’s the same as going on a shopping spree and splashing out on some new threads, it makes you feel good.
It’s got me thinking about my other post about hair regrowth and how simple changes to the your appearance can affect everything else – kind of like a holisitic approach to your health – change one thing and the rest of the dominoes fall into place.
I’d love to hear your thoughts on this and to do some further research too. I guess even things like your body language must be influencing your mood and therefore your emotions and whether we like to admit it or not, at times humans are emotive creatures there’s no two ways about it.
So there you have it – make some small changes, fix your teeth if you like, I’ve seen it work first hand, fix your hair and make those tweaks that make you feel good including changing the way you sit and hold yourself, the result I think will be amazing I’m sure.