Why sleeping with your mouth open is bad for your health

It's time to shut your mouth to save your teeth.

Sleeping with your mouth open can be as bad for your teeth as a fizzy drink before bed, according to a study in the Journal of Oral Rehabilitation.

Breathing through the mouth results in a dry mouth, and the lack of saliva means your natural defences against bacteria are weakened.

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