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Sunday, August 21, 2016

Fighting Bad Breath and Improving your Oral Health

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Written by Olaopa Michael

If the term “Halitosis” or bad breath as it’s commonly known seems  somehow exotic to you, or is one of which you are not too sure of the  meaning, here is an easier description for you to digest - consistent bad  breath.

A simple scenario in which you might try to imagine how it can relate to your life goes something along these lines. You are at an extremely important dinner where the room is packed with important people and you are dressed in your best and most expensive suit.

However, every time you stand close to someone to engage them in conversation, they seem to cringe whilst other people seem to maintain a distance from you every time you try to make polite chit-chat with them.

You keep asking yourself why and put together so many different possible reasons in your head. But the truth is, you still don’t know the answer.
At the same time, the most logical answer to this scenario is that you have extremely bad breath and people may just be too embarrassed to tell you or afraid that you may be embarrassed if they did tell you.

While bad breath is not contagious, it can warrant a great deal of embarrassment and attention of exactly the kind that you do not want!
Instead of knocking people dead with your charm, wit and elegance, you are certainly killing them, but in a very different way!

Perhaps the biggest problem with bad breath is that there is no one single cause, and that there is therefore equally no one single solution either.
Moreover, it is certainly possible to spend thousands of dollars on medical or dental treatments that may or may not work, and that is presumably an expense that most people would not choose to suffer.

Few tips to alleviate Bad Breath
1) Brushing your mouth/teeth twice a day, keeps the occurrence of odour away. (Morning and Night). Also do not over – brush to avoid developing Halitosis.

2) Avoid eating sugary foods all the time. It’s been reported that they contribute immensely to Tooth decay, which leads to mouth odour.

3)  Rinse your mouth totally with clean water after having a meal, and also remove any food particles that cling to the tooth. This helps reduce the microbial load of the mouth.

4) Avoid eating of strongly flavored foods such as Onions and Garlic indiscriminately, it can cause your breath to smell bad.

5) Avoid Smoking and drinking lots of Alcohol can contribute to Mouth odour.

6) Visit a Dentist occasionally, because mouth odour might also be as a result of having a gum disease.

Get more secrets to fresh breath - Awesome Tips for Fighting Bad Breath and Improving Your Mouth Condition in 7 Days or Less! Here is a site devoted and recommended to ensure your Oral Health is Excellent! Follow the link below -

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