Effect of yoga on promotion of oral health

@inproceedings{Singh2017EffectOY,
  title={Effect of yoga on promotion of oral health},
  author={Kuldeep Singh and Pooja Singh and Gurpreet Oberoi and Bahadrabad Haridwar Uttarakhand India Om Dental Clinic and Dental Clinic},
  year={2017}
}
The objective of this paper review is to focus on the role of yoga in prevention of dental diseases and maintenance of oral hygiene. The etiology of dental diseases is ignorance towards the dental care, modern life style and stresses of busy life. The people who are stressed are less likely to give their teeth and gums the proper oral care. Yoga is one of the most effective treament for stress. Yoga reduce the stress, improve the oxidatus status of body, Improve the immune system and reduces… 
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