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Re: Depression and Gum Disease

Posted by bleauberry on December 24, 2008, at 17:40:23

In reply to Depression and Gum Disease, posted by SLS on December 24, 2008, at 8:59:27

Any kind of chronic hidden infection, such as in the gums, can cause depression. That's because all those bacteria excrete their waste toxins into the bloodstream which go to the brain, and they excrete more toxins in their efforts to fend off the immune system. Systemic toxicity plus inflammation can certainly cause one to feel very depressed. These toxins, I have read, somehow corrupt normal serotonin and dopamine.




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