How to Kill Bad Breath by Jun H Yang

How to Kill Bad Breath

Nearly anyone can have bad breath from time to time, but chronic halitosis can make a person feel like a social outcast. While there are some medical conditions that can trigger halitosis, more often there is a simple cause that is easily treated at home.

Simple halitosis is caused by an imbalance of the bacteria in the mouth. Everyone has oral bacteria of various kinds, but when there are too many gram-negative anaerobic ones, they ferment food particles in the mouth to produce sulfur compounds. That scary description isn’t really all that bad. “Gram-negative” just means that the bacteria fall into one of two groups that lab workers use for identification purposes. “Anaerobic” means that the bacteria don’t need oxygen to grow and thus find places like the mouth to be a wonderful vacation spot.

Reducing the number of these germs is the first step in treating halitosis. Eliminating all bacteria in the mouth is not desirable because some of them serve as the front line of the immune system. Cutting down on the sulfur formers is the key.

The Bad Breath Report provides simple home remedies that keep these bacteria at bay. Not only will these household products treat halitosis, but they will also brighten a smile and keep the gums healthy.

While commercial products advertised on TV may temporarily mask the odor of the sulfur compounds, they seldom do anything to reduce the bacteria. They are a waste of time and money and may even be harmful in the long term.

Here are a few simple home remedies that can pay big dividends at the dentist’s office:

� Hydrogen peroxide like Mom used to pour on cuts is an effective treatment for gum disease and for whitening teeth. Rinsing the toothbrush in this after use will kill off harmful bacteria that linger in the bristles and will keep them from reinfecting the mouth.

� Baking soda is a low-abrasive tooth polish that helps remove stains and plaque from the teeth. It is also basic in nature, so it helps neutralize oral acids formed by the fermentation of food particles.

The Bad Breath Report contains these and many more simple home remedies. The report also provides insight into revolutionary new techniques for repairing tooth decay from the inside out, how a device using light can treat many oral disorders, which home health device can reverse gum disease using plain tap water, and why fluoridation of drinking water may not be so harmless and healthy. Read about the BioGun, an electronic innovation that zaps dental decay in a safe, noncontact way. Find out what plant the Chinese have been using for millennia to fight tooth decay and other illness.

Jun H Yang is a successful author. Visit http://latest-beauty-tips.com/ to read more articles from Jun H Yang.

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