halitosis

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Businesses generate big bucks from breath smell remedies; the top 10 mouthwash brands generated $1 billion in income last year to minimize halitosis the medical term for bad breath.
Causes of Bad Breath Foods and beverages: What you eat and drink can cause bad breath.
He noted that the symptoms of bad breath vary, depending on the source or the underlying cause.
Regarding the presence, examination and any treatment of bad breath, the only significant association with the severity of OM was the treatment of bad breath by means of traditional medicine (p=0.001).
'While a strong minty taste masks bad breath for a minute or two, the alcohol makes the actual problem worse by drying out the mouth,' says Dr Katz.
This is because xylitol prevents the growth of bacteria that causes tooth decay and bad breath. In fact, chewing xylitol sweetened gum reduces the amount of bad bacteria in the mouth by up to 75 per cent.
Ask for an alternative if your medication is A-contributing to your bad breath. People are often unaware that dry mouth is the number one side effect in three quarters of medications.
This can often be the cause of bad breath. These can be purchased from any pharmacy.
Dentist says regardless of the time suggested , practice brushing your teeth before 'sehri' because its very important to clean your mouth by brushing away stuck food particles that leads to teeth decay and use a tongue cleaner to remove residues that form on the tongue which is the main causative agent for bad breath.
Handily, there are ways to stop bad breath in its tracks - but it takes more than brushing twice-a-day.
"Crash diets, not eating enough and low carbohydrate diets can cause bad breath," says Henry.
SmartMouth is a new mouthwash with a patented two-solution answer to bad breath. When mixed together, SmartMouth's two solutions, the Sulfur Eliminating Solution, which destroys sulfur gases, and the zinc-rich Activating Solution, activate to release millions of zinc ions.
Whether pro or con to the marijuana argument, dentist and bacteriologist Harold Katz--founder of The California Breath Clinics and author of The Bad Breath Bible--indicates there is one aspect of smoking weed that no one is talking about.
An international team of researchers has identified a genetic cause for chronic bad breath (halitosis).