HOW TO GET RID OF HALITOSIS.

HOW TO GET RID OF HALITOSIS.

Halitosis is commonly known as bad breath.

Have you ever been diagnosed with halitosis?  Don’t let bad breath ruin your life!  See your dentist or your physician about what is causing the problem.

1. It may limit you from socializing with others.

 2. Make you worry that it may affect your life in other ways. 

3.it can be very arduous on your self-reliance and emotions. 

What are the causes of bad breath?

1.  Poor oral hygiene.

It is caused by not taking care of your mouth. You must brush your teeth and floss at least twice a day or after every meal. Give much attention to your jaws as they withhold food particles which cause bad breathes. At least take 5-10 minutes brushing to make sure there are no food particles left. 

  2. Avoid foods that sour your breath.

Another common cause is eating food that has a strong odor, such as garlic, onions, and even alcohol. These types of food create a bad odor in your mouth, and some of them are absorbed by your body and enter the bloodstream, causing you to breathe the odors through your lungs.

 3. Clean your tongue regularly

   Brushing your teeth is usually not enough! The tongue is also a breeding ground for bacteria, dead cells, and food debris. Use your toothbrush to brush your tongue or a tongue cleaner.

4. Dry mouth can cause bad breath, drinking plenty of water helps, as does chewing gum. Some illnesses and medicines may also cause bad breath, and plaque or tartar on teeth and gum disease may also contribute.

5. Sores in the mouth caused by bacteria could also cause your mouth to smell. It’s important to treat any kind of sore detected in the mouth. However, tooth decay or gum diseases can also cause bad breath.

 Other ways of treating bad breath.

Homemade mouthwash with baking soda

Baking soda, also known as sodium bicarbonate, can effectively kill bacteria in the mouth. Tubes of toothpaste containing high concentrations of baking soda effectively reduce bad breath.

Keep your materials clean

Keeping your toothbrush and toothpaste clean and in a clean place. Wash them thoroughly well after brushing probably with warm water to kill the germ. Finally, put the brush in a safe place with bristles facing up so that they can dry.


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