The halitosis or bad breath is a problem so frequent that affects one in two people if you suspect or know you have bad breath there are home remedies we can take to lessen this bad breath. There is some definitive treatment to get rid of this bad breath? I have to go to the doctor.
and do some extra checking because with the usual measures I do not remove them
Bad breath? All these doubts are going to be solved today.
The halitosis or bad breath is a fundamentally social disorder, nobody
you are going to die from having halitosis there are two fundamental types of halitosis
the 90% of the cases and that it is provoked fundamentally by the
a bad hygiene, do not maintain the correct cleaning of the mouth or that have tooth decay problems, smokers tend to have older breath problems but remember that there is a 10% that is not
caused by problems in the mouth but are due to nasal problems fundamentally sinusitis and some digestive problems as it can be reflux or some breathing problems.
The halitosis is mainly produced by the action of bacteria that
we have in our mouth in the morning the morning breath is usually much more
unpleasant that throughout the day this is caused because at night
by salivating less the number of bacteria we have in our mouth increases and this
quantity of products are degraded and increase their concentration and therefore the
morning breath is more unpleasant, the normal thing is that as soon as we drink a little
or we rinse our mouths or we have breakfast and this bad breath disappears.
If you have bad breath or suspect that you may have bad breath
what can you do in the first place? maintain proper hygiene
with this procedure, you have just eliminated 90% of the causes of the disease.
a correct cleaning of the teeth a correct cleaning of the dorsum
of the language to visit the dentist frequently are
things that are going to avoid that bad breath if despite this you don't get rid of yourself
bad breath, your dentist will be able to prescribe some products to diminish it
number of bacteria you have in your mouth the most typical are chlorhexidine
or zinc lactate if you continue to have bad breath despite all of this
you should visit one of the specialists that we have commented
to see if you have any other illness that is causing this.
bad breath primarily your primary care physician and the physicians of the
Remember that this explanation at no time replaces the advice of
your specialist doctor trusts his judgment.