halitosis

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The most commonly reported side effects are vomiting, abdominal pain/discomfort, headaches, nausea, diarrhea, anorexia/decreased appetite, breath odor, fatigue, dizziness, skin odor and rash.
Physical signs of inhalant abuse include unusual breath odor or chemical odor on clothing, spots or sores around the mouth, nausea or loss of appetite, slurred speech, dazed appearance, and red or runny eyes or nose.
Unique ingredients provide a distinctive chew texture that help reduce tartar, plaque and breath odor.
Unfortunately, breath odor can also signal a more serious underlying health condition-it is one of the main symptoms of periodontal disease, a serious condition that approximately 70% of cats and 80% of dogs develop by the time they're three years old, according to data published in Packaged Facts' all-new reportPet Oral Care Products and Services in the U.
A: I am not fully convinced deer recognize human breath odor as danger.
Above all, keep it pulled over your nose and mouth to contain breath odor.
Some foods are also more prone to produce strong breath odor.
Three kinds of real pine oil and antimicrobials in the gum neutralize breath odor.
Do you realize your mouth naturally produces baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) to help defend against plaque, bacteria and germs that can harm your teeth and gums, trigger breath odor and promote tooth stains?
Through a process called acclimation, your body filters out background smells -- like body and breath odor -- so you can smell other scents.