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Wondering if you have bad breath? Make a test: clean the spaces between your teeth with floss and smell it - this is what your breath smells like. If she is mean, you can usually change it easily. Here are some remedies for bad breath.
Bad breathcan literally and figuratively make life sick. Effectiveremedies for bad breathis one thing, but it is equally important to diagnose the cause of its occurrence and take appropriate steps to eliminate it.
Bad breath? Watch out for the menu
If you love onion and garlic dishes, don't be surprised that your breath doesn't encourage kissing. Bulb vegetables contain essential oil (allicin), which has a healing effect, but also a specific smell. And brushingteethor chewing gum will not help, because allicin from the digestive tract with blood enters the alveoli and is released with the breath and through the skin. That is why the smell of onion and garlic is felt many hours after eating. So, better give them up before going to work or on a date. And if it does, try to get special tablets (eg Fresh Natura, Parsley Extract), which neutralize odor particles in the stomach, so that they do not appear in the breath and sweat. To keep yourbreath fresh , avoid spicy foods as well.Problem
Bad Breath: Various Causes
Halitosis can be a symptom of various diseases. Sick tonsils or sinuses, rhinitis or pharyngitis are just some of them. Another are diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, incl. peptic ulcer disease, gastritis, malabsorption syndrome, mycosis or acute gastroenteritis, diverticula or narrowing of the esophagus, liver disease, intestinal obstruction. It happens that unpleasant smell from the mouth accompanies lung diseases (such as mycosis, tuberculosis, abscesses, tumors). It can also be a sign of diabetes or kidney disease. In all of these cases, by treating the underlying disease, we regain fresh breath. Sometimes halitosis is associated with taking medications, incl. psychotropic, antihypertensive, dehydrating. It can also be a consequence of severe stress. It often occurs during menstruation and menopause (it is associated with imbalanceshormonal). It also appears as a result of a slimming diet (it is often combined with dehydration of the body) and constipation.
Bad breath? Take care of your teeth
The most common cause of bad breath ( halitosis ) is inaccurate tooth brushing, as well as caries, tartar, gum and periodontitis, poorly fitting dentures, leaky crowns and bridges.
That's why I started the fight with bad breath by visiting the dentist. Thorough oral hygiene is also essential. So brush your teeth at least twice a day, and preferably after each meal (if you are unable to do so, rinse your mouth thoroughly after eating or chew sugar-free gum). It is also necessary to clean the tongue, because the bacteria in the mouth produce volatile sulfur compounds that accumulate on its surface, and brushing your teeth is not enough to remove them. Therefore, use toothbrushes with a tongue grater (eg Colgate 360 °, Aquafresh Extreme Clean Tooth & Tongue) or only for the tongue (eg VeriFresh, Active Tongue Cleanser). With dental floss and the so-called Clean the spaces between the teeth carefully with hollows, because there are food residues collected there, causing an unpleasant smell. Also use mouth rinses, especially in the evening, which are bactericidal and reduce plaque build-up (e.g. Listerine Cleanmint).
Bad breath? Rinse the water and herbs
Always have a bottle of non-carbonated mineral water with you and take a few sips from time to time (especially if you are in air-conditioned rooms) - this will moisturize the mucous membranes and flush bacteria out of the mouth. You can also drink herbal infusions, e.g. chamomile or sage, as they help to refresh your breath, fight germs and regenerate mucous membranes. They are perfect instead of tea, and also for rinsing the mouth.
Bad breath? Express refresh
If you need immediate refreshment, you can easily find something in stores and pharmacies to quickly "improve" your breathing. You can, for example, reach for tablets with organic zinc. They neutralize the smell of sulfur compounds, thanks to which they allow you to keep your breath fresh for up to several hours, and also improve the metabolism. Effective (but only for a quarter of an hour) is also chewing mint or eucalyptus gums - choose those without added sugar, but with the content of xylitol, which has antibacterial properties and protects the teeth against tooth decay (eg Xylitol, Orbit, Winterfresh). It is also worth having refreshing pastilles (e.g. Fresh Top, Tic Tac) or drops (e.g. Mentos, Halls) or a mouth deodorant (e.g. Flo, Fresh Breath) on hand - they will work especially in emergencysituations. Occasionally, it is helpful to chew cloves, fresh parsley, dill, basil, mint and fennel seeds.