Chewing Too Much Of Gums Can Cause Some Unwanted Side Effects

Chewing gum is the sweet candy that your child puts in his mouth. Some people choose gums to freshen their breath and provide entertainment in the form of learning how to blow bubbles.

Others often to resort chewing gum when they are hungry, stressed or just looking for something sweet.

However, according to some studies, chewing gum are harmful because of its unwelcome side effects.

Here are some of the negative consequences of eating chewing gum.

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Eating chewing gum can trigger a joint disorder.

Although chewing gum hasn’t been linked to any serious health effects, but regular chewing of gum tend to overuse some muscles and joints that can lead pain problems.

The ingredients added to some brands of chewing gum like the Aspartame made it more controversial.

Some studies have found out that it could help improve your memory. It could be a distraction at the start, but they could help you focus for longer periods. But it has also linked to reduced feelings or stress.

Chewing too much of gum cause some unwanted side effects.

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Bad for the teeth.

Sugar-sweetened gum is bad for your teeth and metabolic health. This is because sugar is digested by the bad bacteria in your mouth that can cause an increasing amount of plaque on your teeth and tooth decay over time.

Gums can cause a number of health problems.

Regular chewing of sugar-sweetened gum is also associated to a number of health problems like obesity, insulin resistance, and diabetes.

According to a study from the University at Buffalo, that chewing certain flavored chewing gums at the wrong time may be problematic for people hoping to eat healthier.

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Jaw problem

Chewing can lead to a jaw problem called temporomandibular disorder (TMD), which cause the pain when you chew.

Note: Chewing too much gum can be harmful to your health, as this could cause many health problems and digestive symptoms in people with IBS.

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