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Halitosis - Bad breath cure

By Edited Apr 23, 2015 2 2

Halitosis, known a bad breath can be embarrassing when it occurs. A lot of people aren't always aware of their bad breath problems. Causes of bad breath can be the foods the eat, along with the substances, or a poor oral hygiene. Halitosis treatment, if severe, sometimes need medical treatment from a oral doctor. Preventing the causes of bad breath, is just as important as treating. You can find a halitosis cure, but food and substances will still contribute to reoccurring breath problems. This article will explain helpful bad breath treatments and ways to prevent bad breath.

A good way to help cure bad breath, first and foremost, is to eat right. Some people misunderstand a proper oral hygiene. It's not just simply brushing your teeth, but getting the right minerals and vitamins into your diet. Avoiding the foods that can cause gingivitis, plague, and tartar build-up. When you develop enough plaque in your mouth, it causes odors. A lot high-fiber foods and grains should be added to your diet. Fruits and vegetables are friends to the teeth and the breath. Foods and drinks that tend to cause odors are sweets, sugar substances, coffee, alcohol, smoking, onions, and garlic.

There are foods that help with bad breath. Strawberries are perfect for halitosis, since it contains a high amount of vitamin C. Vitamin C has been known to help prevent bad breath. A good amount of herbs can contribute to improved breath. Parsley is an effective herb that can help treat bad breath problems. Drinking a lot green tea can get rid of bad breath. The polyphenols kills bacteria in the mouth. Green tea leaves no odors, as well.

A critical cause to bad breath problems, is when your mouth is dry. When your mouth gets dry, halitosis becomes a problem. Always drink a beverage when eating. Also, get enough fluids into your diet. Wait, certain drinks cause breath problems as well. Instead of drinks a lot of sugar substances, coffees, replace what you drink. Drink a lot of water. Food particles sometimes get stuck on the back of your teeth. If you have an odorless drink like water to wash down after a meal, you'll tend to avoid bad breath problems. Drink water regularly and keep your mouth moist.

Chewing a lot gum is a great way to keep your mouth moist, fresh, and smelling good. Chewing gum and mints are only temporarily solutions to bad breath. Although, it couldn't hurt to still regularly chew gum, or have mints in your mouth. I like cinnamon the best Cinnamon kills bacteria. Find gums and mints containing cinnamon.

A good oral hygiene of course is very important and the ultimate halitosis cure. You need to brush your teeth regularly. Use a good toothpaste, like the arm and hammer one. It contains baking soda, and baking soda kills odors. You can also sprinkle baking soda on your toothpaste, and use it to brush. Brush at least twice a day, and preferably after meals. When you brush your teeth, do it thoroughly. Brush the back, front, and side. A good brush should take you 2-3 minutes long. Then follow with a good antiseptic mouthwash.

Visit your dentist at least two times a year. To help eliminate halitosis, you should get oral checkups. A dentist can clean your mouth thoroughly and help eliminate your halitosis problems.



Feb 23, 2010 8:30pm
Good preventing halitosis advice. The chlorophyll in greens is so helpful.
Feb 24, 2010 5:51am
Great article on preventing Halitosis - bad breath.
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