how to get rid of bad breath do you suffer from bad breath it can be quite an unpleasant situation at a first date or a job interview and there’s nothing you can do except grimace inwardly see this article to know how to get rid of bad breath easily to avoid in this video we are talking about best five home remedies to get rid of bad breath.[ms_panel title=”People also ask” title_color=”#000″ border_color=”#ddd” title_background_color=”#f5f5f5″ border_radius=”0″ class=”” id=””] [ms_accordion style=”simple” type=”1″ class=”” id=””] [ms_accordion_item title=”What’s good for halitosis?” color=”” background_color=”” close_icon=”” open_icon=”” status=”close”]If you wear dentures, remove them at night and clean to get rid of bacterial buildup from food and drink. Drink plenty of water and swish cool water around in your mouth. This is especially helpful to freshen “morning breath.” Brush after every meal and floss, preferably twice a day.[/ms_accordion_item] [ms_accordion_item title=”Is there a treatment for halitosis?” color=”” background_color=”” close_icon=”” open_icon=”” status=”close”]If your bad breath is due to a buildup of bacteria (plaque) on your teeth, your dentist may recommend a mouth rinse that kills the bacteria. Your dentist may also recommend a toothpaste that contains an antibacterial agent to kill the bacteria that cause plaque buildup. Treatment of dental disease.[/ms_accordion_item] [ms_accordion_item title=”Can you get rid of halitosis?” color=”” background_color=”” close_icon=”” open_icon=”” status=”close”]Regular oral hygiene, including interdental cleaning with floss, will help to prevent bad breath. Brush your tongue. The bacteria that cause bad breath are often found on the topside of your tongue. If you can see a white coating on your tongue, you should remove this debris with a tongue cleaner.[/ms_accordion_item] [ms_accordion_item title=”Does Listerine help with halitosis?” color=”” background_color=”” close_icon=”” open_icon=”” status=”close”]So a twice-daily routine of brushing, flossing, and rinsing with an antiseptic mouthwash like LISTERINE® will prevent most forms of bad breath. Make sure to brush your tongue, too. Regular checkups with your dentist are another easy way to help prevent bad breath.[/ms_accordion_item] [ms_accordion_item title=”Why do some people’s breath smell like poop?” color=”” background_color=”” close_icon=”” open_icon=”” status=”close”]When bad breath is caused by oral problems, it usually smells like rotten eggs. This is caused by the breakdown of cysteine at the front of the tongue or on the gums. It’s a sign of poor oral hygiene. More rarely, dental bad breath can be a fecal odor like odor from the gums or the top of the tongue.[/ms_accordion_item] [ms_accordion_item title=”What helps chronic halitosis?” color=”” background_color=”” close_icon=”” open_icon=”” status=”close”]Bad breath can be reduced or prevented if you: [ms_list_item]Practice good oral hygiene. Brush twice a day with fluoride toothpaste to remove food debris and plaque.[/ms_list_item] [ms_list_item]See your dentist regularly — at least twice a year.[/ms_list_item] [ms_list_item]Stop smoking and chewing tobacco-based products.[/ms_list_item] [ms_list_item]Drink lots of water.[/ms_list_item] [ms_list_item]Keep a log of the foods you eat.[/ms_list_item][/ms_accordion_item] [/ms_accordion] [/ms_panel]
Number one green tea research has found that green tea temporarily reduces mal odor due to its antibacterial and deodorant action this is probably due to the actions of the polyphenols antioxidants it contains you can try drinking 3/5 cups of green tea per day or taking a polyphenol EGCG supplement
Number 2 brush your teeth regularly two major sources of mouth odor are bacteria and decaying food particles there are hundreds of nooks and crannies in the fertile landscape of your mouth where these offending bits of rock can get lodged brush your teeth on every surface in short gentle strokes being careful not to press too hard or irritate the gums if done properly brushing should take about three minutes.
Number three use mouthwash mouthwash helps to keep your mouth moist and helps to prevent bad breath choose a mouthwash containing chlorine dioxide many of the bacteria that cause halitosis live on the back of the tongue too far back to remove with regular brushing or scraping this will ensure that you neutralize any bacteria that remain after the process is complete.
Number four zinc. zinc is an important trace element your body it’s estimated that over 300 cellular functions including your DNA use zinc this includes the micro biome including mouth and gut flora you can try a zinc mouthwash or chewing gum to treat your bad breath number five hydration drink more water hydration will help maintain saliva flow and keep your mouth moist discouraging bacterial growth cut down on diuretics diuretics such as coffee black tea and alcohol increased fluid loss and may cause dry mouth.