How To Stop Bad Breath Problem

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Bad breath is also scientifically known as halitosis. We all know it is the unpleasant smell that comes from our mouth. It is not a problem on itself but it can cause concerns in our interpersonal relationship since it disgusts and upset many people.

The causes are sometimes familiar or unknown to us. For example some types of food, morning breath, poor oral hygiene, smoking, gum diseases, alcohol consumption, diseases (stomach, lung or blood), dry mouth (saliva production disorders), certain medications, food supplements, breathing through the mouth and lack of vitamins.

Fortunately, bad breath caused by the foods we eat is only temporary since these foods are absorbed into our bloodstream, where they are transferred to our lungs and exhaled for a certain period of time.

There are numerous remedies you would come across when searching for a proper cure to your bad breath. However, there are a few remedies listed below which would surely be of great help to you:

Recommendation:

1. Maintaining proper Oral Hygiene. The truth is, most breath odor comes from food particles trapped in our mouths, and it becomes a breeding ground for the bacteria that can cause bad breath

Brush and floss your teeth regularly. Rinse your mouth thoroughly after every meal to remove food particles from your mouth.

When you are brushing your teeth, also brush your tongue. The tongue is covered with thousands of tiny hairs that can trap bacteria

2. Changing Your Diet. We are all familiar with how the consumption of certain foods such as garlic and onions can affect our breath. Bad breath is also caused by foods rich in high protein, fatty foods, sugary foods and dairy products.

• Garlic and onions smells are absorbed into the bloodstream and exhaled as breathe. If you are going to an important meeting or on a date, avoid them.

Dairy products, sugary foods and fatty foods inhibit saliva flow since the leave a heavy sludge of mucus inside the mouth. It becomes a good bacteria culture for growth. Change to sugar free or avoid these foods

Foods rich in protein like meat don’t move fast in the digestive system, they produce toxics that are absorbed in the bloodstream from the digestive tract.

3. Drink plenty of water. This will boost saliva levels and avoid dry mouth. Try swooshing it around in your mouth for at least twenty seconds to loosen any food particles the bacteria can feed upon.

4. Consuming Vitamin C. A food supplements that guards and heals our gums from any type of diseases it also makes your oral surroundings hard for the bad breath bacteria to survive.

5. Regular Consumption of Fibrous Foods. Consume more foods which are high in fiber. Fiber rich foods contain apples, whole grain breads, peaches, cereals, potatoes etc. It will help you to clear out your bowels frequently therefore avoiding build up of toxins and indigestion's.

6. See your doctor and dentist. To rule out an underlying medical condition of the stomach, lungs and bloodstream, you must see a doctor. Things like ulcers cause bad breath. Have regular check-ups with your dentist to rule out gum disease, salivary gland disorder, certain medications and to correct any faulty restorations, overhanging fillings or leaking crowns, all of which can trap food in the mouth.

7. Avoid Dry mouth. Saliva is the mouth’s natural mouthwash, which contains properties that reduces bacteria in the mouth. Chew sugarless gum or suck on sugarless lozenges to increase the flow of saliva after eating. Alcohol and caffeine consumption, certain medications, smoking, breathing through the mouth instead of the nose or a salivary gland disorder can contribute to having a dry mouth.

8. Quit smoking. Tar and nicotine can build up on the surface of the teeth, lungs, tongue and cheeks. It is absorbed in bloodstream and exhaled in your breath; it can also dry the mouth and inhibit saliva flow.

9. Avoid breath mints and mouthwashes that contain alcohol. They can exaggerate things. They only temporarily mask the smell and tend to dry the mouth, creating a more favorable environment for bacteria. Instead use the following alternatives below:

• Chlorophyll is a natural breath freshener and is found in leafy green vegetables like parsley.

• A few drops of peppermint or tea tree oil can be applied to the tongue or toothbrush to help freshen the breath. In addition to its refreshing nature, their antibacterial properties will kill the bacteria found in the mouth

• Baking soda has a long history of being used to maintain good oral health and for fighting bad breath.

• A mixture of 50% hydrogen peroxide and 50% water can be swooshed around in the mouth and used as a mouthwash. Hydrogen peroxide can kill many of the bacteria that live in the mouth.

10. Eat raw vegetables such as raw celery or carrots can keep plaque from forming.

11. Consuming sugarless yogurt. Yogurt helps in reducing bad breath as it contains various live bacteria; lactobacillus for instance is beneficial to you.

12. Increase your bowel movement. Let all the waste material in your body come out often as when it builds up in the intestines, it becomes toxic (decompose) and the toxins are absorbed in the bloodstream and end up been exhaled.

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