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The root cause of Bad Breath


In order to find a cure for your bad breath, you will need to start by examining the root cause of your issue before you can treat or eliminate it effectively. Bad breath is a common condition that affects one in four people and it is good to know that there are several cures that can get back to a fresh more pleasant breath.


There are many causes of bad breath including oral bacteria, food, smoking, sinus, dentures and dry mouth. Each of these different types of bad breath is related to either a chronic or shot-term condition. With little bit of guidance you too can find a cure for each of these short or longer term conditions.

1. Oral Bacteria Related
Oral bacteria is the number one cause of chronic bad breath and can be eliminated through regular brushing and flossing of your teeth and regular brushing or scraping of your tongue. Oral bacteria live in your mouth and seem to favour the tongue as one of its favourite hiding spots.

In order to resolve this condition, you must dislodge food particles and plaque from your mouth and so that bacteria cannot thrive there any longer. When you adopt a regular brushing and flossing routine, you can eliminate oral bacteria and bad breath from your life. For really stubborn conditions, you may want to look into water picks which will help you get into difficult to reach areas.

2. Food Related
Foods such as onions and garlic can course short-term bad breath and it is recommended that you eat a sprig of parsley, cloves, fennel seeds or peppermint to mask the odour. You will find that food odours cannot be eliminated because they originate in your intestinal tract and you must wait a day for the odour to be purged from your body naturally. One way to help the progression of your intestinal cleansing is to drink lots of water.

3. Smoking Related
Smoking course chronic bad breath from the smell of the tobacco and because it leaves your gums and teeth prone to gum disease which further complicates the condition. In order to prevent the risk of mouth and gum disease and bad breath caused by smoking. it is recommended that you quit smoking. A side from freshner breath you will realize a number of additional benefits from this action.

4. Sinus Related Conditions
The most common link between sinus conditions and bad breath is known as post nasal drip and excess mucus. The secret to clearing post nasal drip up in a health way is to thin the nasal secretions to allow them to drain more readily while attempting to identify the cause of these excess secretions.

5. Dentures and Bad Breath
Dentures can cause chronic bad breath when they are not cleaned regularly and thoroughly. Often times food particles will be cough in the appliances and unless the dentures are washed regularly and food particles will help oral bacteria thrive in your mouth leading to less than desirable breath and other potential health conditions.

6. Dry Mouth Caused Bad Breath
Dry mouth is a condition that can cause short-term or chronic bad breath because moisture helps to clean the tissues of the mouth. If the mouth is too dry, bacteria cannot be flush out of your mouth.

You can drink the recommended daily amount of water and juices to replenisj the moisture in your mouth tissues and this will help to flush out oral bacteria. Brushing and flossing must be regularly maintained when a dry mouth condition is present to control and minimize the potential of further bad breath.

credit to SME & ENTREPRENEURSHIP MALAYSIA Magazine



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