Get Rid of Bad Breath with 7 Easy Steps
If you have halitosis, you want to learn how to get rid of bad breath. This article will show you how.
To say the least, bad breath can be very embarrassing, besides making it not too pleasant
to be talked to or kissed. Chronic bad breath (halitosis) affects more than 90 million people, and could be a sign of serious health issues. It's important to determine the cause of bad breath before you can treat it.
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Bad Breath Test and Remedies
Most people want a quick fix to get rid of bad breath, and for good reason. There are many bad breath solutions depending on the cause. Bad breath remedies include breath aids, chewing gum, toothpaste and mouthwash. Some bad breath home remedies include using hydrogen peroxide or making your own toothpaste or mouthwash. Other bad breath treatments may recommend herbs to sooth your stomach.
Your dental products can help you stop bad breath or be one of the reasons for bad breath. For example, alcohol in mouthwash can dry the mouth and contribute to bad breath. Sure, it gives you that initial zap of flavor and masking of bad breath problems, but that only lasts for about two hours, according to reports. The best mouthwash or mouth rinse, is an alcohol free mouthwash.
To determine if you have bad breath, simply as a friend, parent or loved one, such as your spouse. Don't get your feelings hurt, if they say yes. This is what you need to know to help get rid of bad breath. This is the first step. Your dentist is another good source to find out from.
If you've had a dental examination, and been told your bad breath problem is your home oral hygiene routine, then read on. Follow the simple 7 steps below, and you will soon be smooched many times over:
1. Rinse with Cleure Alcohol Free Natural Mouthwash.
2. Floss in between each tooth (yes, floss before brushing), curving it around the tooth and taking it gently under the gum tissue.
3. Brush every side of every tooth with Cleure Xylitol Natural Toothpaste.
4. Clean your tongue with your toothbrush or Cleure Tongue Cleaner.
5. Rinse with Cleure Alcohol Free Mouthwash
6. In-between meals chew Cleure Xylitol Chewing Gum. Not only will it help remove food particles and help prevent tooth decay, but it helps curb your sweet tooth.
7. Get regular dental check ups.
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