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What is Halitosis - Bad Breath?
 

Halitosis is more commonly known as bad breath. During this condition one may experience a very unpleasant odor which is exhaled during breathing; this bad odor may be from an oral source due to bacteria or as a result of some other reason. With the warm and moist condition in your mouth it makes it an ideal environment for these bacteria to grow. Halitosis can have a huge significant impact on ones social and personal lifestyle.


Symptoms of Halitosis
 
  • Dry mouth
  • Sour taste in the mouth or a bitter metal taste
  • Post Nasal Drip
  • A lump in the throat
  • Constantly clearing your throat
  • White or yellow coated tongue
  • People seem to avoid direct contact with you and they step back from you when you are talking to them.
  • A smelly odor the minute you open your mouth
  • People offering you mint or chewing gum.

What Causes Halitosis?
 
  • Poor diet
  • Rotting food
  • Poor digestion enzyme deficiency
  • Poor mouth hygiene
  • Stress/anxiety
  • Gum infection
  • Smoking or alcohol consumption
  • Post nasal drip
  • Medications (antidepressants or even antihistamines)
  • Foods such as garlic, onions and spicy foods

Halitosis can also be an indicator of more serious internal problems
 

Halitosis can also be an indicator of a more serious internal problem such as:

  • Liver disease
  • Bronchial infection
  • Diabetes
  • Kidney disease

How to lower Risks of developing Halitosis
 

How to lower Risks of developing Halitosis:

  • Replace your toothbrush regularly
  • Avoid spicy foods
  • Avoid drinking alcohol, eating cheese, meat and sweets
  • Chew parsley after meals (natural mouthwash)
  • Brush and floss teeth regularly twice a day, using fluoride toothpaste
  • Avoid mouth washes with flavorings, alcohol and dyes
  • Visit an oral hygienist regularly

Tips to help you prevent Halitosis
 
  • Drink plenty of water
  • Treat existing oral diseases
  • Maintain healthy oral hygiene
  • Eat plenty of fruit and vegetables
  • Take natural antibiotics
  • Avoid commercial mouth washes
  • Drink tea instead of coffee
  • Rinse your mouth after every meal

  Natural Products that deal with Halitosis
SinusWars2- Post Nasal Drip (PND)

SinusWars2 - Post Nasal Drip Remedy

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SinusWars14 - Sinu-Nurse (General Sinusitis Remedy)

SinusWars14 - General Sinusitis Remedy

  • Treats - Congestion - Sinus Infections - Post Nasal Drip - Halitosis - Pressure - headaches - Rhinitis

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SinusWars11 - OriHali Gone - Halitiosis, Bad Breath Remedy

  • Treats - Bad breath - helps relieve constipation thereby reducing the body’s toxicity - treats gum disease - treats white or yellow coated tongue, a sweetish, metallic taste in the mouth with saliva that is fetid, coppery, bloody and viscid

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