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Are There Bad Breath Home Remedies That Work?

 

 An amazingly large segment of adult Americans suffer the embarrassment of halitosis and have done since their teenage years.  When they eventually become aware of their problem they begin searching for means to eradicate the cause of their plight and in doing so discover the bad breath home remedies that permeate the Web.  Quite naturally they question their efficacy.

 A large proportion of these remedies are based upon the complete sanitization of the mouth or using medications that are meant to neutralize odors in the stomach.  This last is an important point because most of the people who suffer from bad breath are not guilty of ineffective oral hygiene.  Their problem is actually originating in the stomach, and so any bad breath home remedies that they may use that rely on appropriate diet are heading in the right direction.

 It is beyond argument that regular visits to your dentist combined with affective oral hygiene will lessen the chance of bad breath, but there is still a great number of people who, whilst observing close attention to these two facets are still, nevertheless, the victims of halitosis.

 I am often asked if there are any home medications that will mitigate against stomach-gas-induced bad breath — unfortunately my answer is always that I have not found any, in spite of extensive research.  However there are a number of commercial medications that are highly regarded and they definitely deserve close attention especially if they are of good report with the Better Business Bureau and provide credible money-back guarantees.

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How to Prevent Post Nasal Drip Bad Breath

You probably know that spicy foods and bad oral hygiene can result in bad breath. But, did you know that post nasal drip can create he same result? Even the term “post nasal drip” may seem baffling at first. However, post nasal drip bad breath and solutions for it exist.

Post nasal drip occurs when mucus falls from the back of your nose or throat. As time passes, mucus begins to sit on the nose’s and throat’s linings, creating symptoms such as coughs, halitosis, sore throats, and post nasal drip.  

Many over-the-counter and prescription medicines can fight nasal drip. But those products can dry out your mouth, thus causing post nasal drip bad breath.  

Here is one natural remedy for treating nasal drip: first, fill up a saucepan with water, and then heat the water until it starts to boil. Then, pour one cup of white vinegar into the boiling water. Next, inhale the remedy, but avoid getting too close to it!

This remedy for post nasal drip needs about 1 to 2 days to fully clear your sinus and unblock your nasal passage, though you should experience some relief right after the session. You’ll need about 15 minutes for the treatment, and should repeat it every 2 to 4 ho

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What Not to do for Bad Breath

How NOT To Treat Bad Breath: The Worst
Remedies For Bad Breath!

Excessive use of mouthwash: Use this at your peril! The majority of mouthwashes actually WORSEN your bad breath problem!

Breath mints and flavors: A pleasing smelling mouth doesn’t mean that you have a healthy mouth. Excessive use of mints may create a fertile breeding ground for bad bacteria.

Chewing gum: Chewing gum does increase salivary juice flow, but only masks bad breath and the effect are just cursory. Try drinking water throughout the day instead, which keeps you in good health as well.

Chewing tobacco: Smokeless tobacco is a health hazard and causes gums to dissolve and increases the chance of losing the material that hold your teeth in firmness, and above all causes oral cancer.

Vodka, martinis or whiskey: Alcohol is a drying agent and may further increase the problem by making your mouth too dry.

Brushing with cleanser: Many chemicals used in your home are poisonous and should not be used for brushing your teeth.

Intestinal cleansing methods: Bad breath doesn’t originate in the stomach or intestine. It originates in your mouth.

Tongue piercing: Very dangerous! It creates laceration and wounds, and provides an entry-point for bacteria that worsens your problem considerably! If you think “ordinary” bad breath is bad, you should try having a tongue infection on top of it!

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