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Learn How to Cure Halitosis and Bad Breath


  

Information about bad breath (halitosis) causes such as poor oral hygiene, sinus infections, tonsillitis, certain foods, smoking, and other medical disorders. Can be found at: GreatBreathNow.com
Having bad breath or halitosis is an embarrassing situation that can lead to problems in relationships and work.
Learning how to cure halitosis  involves knowing what precise strategies and techniques are needed to treat chronic halitosis; it is important to identify the real causes behind the problem, and then use the precise tools and treatments that target the underlying causes rather than just the symptoms.

How Do You Cure Bad Breath? Step by Step GuideHow Do You Cure Bad Breath?

Most of us would rather find a miracle product which could eliminate our stinky breath quickly, ideally in a matter of seconds, just by rinsing our mouths with it or doing a bit of gargling. Unfortunately, this product does not exist, despite what many companies claim. Not even the best oxygenating mouthwashes are up to the job of treating chronic Bad Breath.

Thus, the only option left for the chronic halitosis sufferer is to address the underlying causes of the problem. Given that there are so many different factors, conditions and diseases which can cause bad breath, not to mention the fact that often multiple causes are involved, it is very difficult to get to the bottom of the problem unless a rigorous and methodical approach is used.

Understanding how to eliminate bad breath by identifying the underlying causes of the bad breath problem and then using targeted remedies and treatments is the only way that will eventually lead to a permanent bad breath cure.

Some of the causes of bad breath include:

  • Tobacco chewing
  • Smoking
  • Alcohol
  • Gum (periodontal) disease
  • Anemia

Finally, dry mouth causes bad breath. When you have dry mouth, especially in the morning, dead cells accumulate in the mouth and decompose causing foul odor.

Follow the 14-Step How to Cure Halitosis™ method. Learn how to cure bad breath step by step and find out the exact remedies or treatments you need to use in order to target your particular type of bad breath:
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Get Rid of Tonsil Stones, Tonsilloliths, Bad Breath

By Dr. Harol Katz – BAD BREATH EXPERT
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SUMMARY:Tonsil stones are very misdiagnosed and are more common than most people think. By knowing what they are, how they are caused, one can follow simple steps in order to prevent and remove tonsil stones without having surgery.

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Tonsil Stones and Tonsilloliths Can Be PreventedTonsil stones, also known as tonsilloliths, are caused by an accumulation of sulfur-producing bacteria and debris that become lodged in the tonsils. The debris, which can include mucous from post nasal drip, putrifies in the back of your throat and collects in the tonsil crypts (small pockets which appear on the surface of the tonsils).

Along with tonsil stones, when the debris combine with the volatile sulfur compounds produced by the anaerobic bacteria beneath the surface of your tongue, it can also create chronic Halitosis (and other bad breath and taste disorders).

Important: If you do not have your tonsils then you will not under most circumstances experience tonsil stones. However this does not mean that you should run out and get your tonsils removed.

As we get older, tonsillectomies become increasingly dangerous; however, even if you have your tonsils removed, you will most likely still have bad breath! Why?

The sulfur-producing bacteria breeding beneath the surface of your tongue, which are integral to the creation of those tonsil stones, are the most likely candidates to cause bad breath!

So, even if you have your tonsils removed, unless you remove or hinder these anaerobic bacteria, you may still scare away people with your bad breath!

And, since you can’t have your tongue removed (at least not in the U.S.), there is a better idea. Fortunately, getting rid of tonsil stones is not that difficult…

How to Get Rid of Tonsil Stones

A simple combination of oxygenating tablets and nasal sinus drops will effectively eliminate tonsil stones without unnecessary tonsil surgery. Also, the occasional use of an oxygenating spray will help to immediately neutralize the anaerobic sulfur-producing bacteria on contact.

The Bad Breath Bible states that if you truly want to prevent bad breath then you must use oxygenating toothpastes and mouthwashes, and ideally a tongue scraper to effectively neutralize the anaerobic bacteria from the very back of the tongue.

When you use such an oxygenating toothpaste and mouthwash, you will experience a residual effect from the oxygenating tablets and nasal sinus drops solution, and it will stop the tonsil stones from ever forming again.

According to the California Breath Clinics, which has offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco, research has found that most people following this formula have reported a significant reduction or complete elimination of tonsil stones.

Please check out our article on Bad Breath Causes.

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Cure Bad Breath with Modern Bad Breath Technology

Do you have  bad breath that is continuous and lasting? If all other factors have been ruled out, you should consider taking sophisticated tests using modern technology: A new portable sulfide monitor called the Halimeter is being used widely to test for levels of sulfur emissions in the mouth air.

Be advised as it  has drawbacks in clinical and lab applications. For example, many common sulfides are not recorded as easily and can be read erroneously in test results. Certain foods such as garlic and onions produce sulfur in the breath for as long as 48 hours and can result in false readings.

The Halimeter is also found to be very sensitive to alcoholic drinks; you may need to avoid drinking alcohol or using alcohol-rich mouthwashes for at least 12 hours prior to being tested. This meter will loose its sensitivity over time and requires periodic recalibration to remain accurate.

Modern research have given us portable gas chromatography machines such as the “OralChroma“, which is specifically designed to digitally measure molecular levels of the three major odor compounds in a sample of mouth air. It is extremely accurate in its results and produces visual conclusions in graph form via computer interface.

Microbiological testing of swab samples of teeth and tongue residue remains the most accurate method of determining the specific bacterial causes of oral malodor.

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The Top 5 Myths About Bad Breath

“The Top 5 Myths About Bad Breath”

Myth 1: Bad Breath Is Caused By Poor Hygiene.

Depending on whose figures you accept, bad breath is a problem that affects as much as 90% of the population, to some extent. However, despite common beliefs, in most cases, it is not caused by poor oral hygiene. A very small percentage of cases may be, but the overwhelming majority aren’t.

It’s the most common myth out there about the problem. However, most people who suffer from bad breath actually have excellent hygiene practices because, based on that misunderstanding, the worse their problem gets, the more they brush and scrub and gargle and floss to try to get rid of it. It’s a futile effort though (and, in some cases, can actually make the problem worse, as many toothpastes and mouthwashes have ingredients that actually make bad breath more pronounced in the long term!).

Of course it does not hurt to use your electric toothbrush.

Myth 2: Treating Bad Breath Requires Expensive Products.

While most of the only cover up and mask the problem, there are a number of extremely effective products on the market that really do tackle the fundamental causes of bad breath. However, they are extremely expensive. Some of them cost as much as $100.00 a month, effectively forever! If you can afford that, great but most of them actually contain the same (or similar) ingredients as the highly-effective home remedy described in The Bad Breath Report (and you can usually get them at your local supermarket for pennies!)

Myth 3: Bad Breath Can’t Be Cured – Only Masked.

Temporarily masking your bad breath with mints and sprays can significantly worsen your problem. Their ingredients create a hospitable environment for bacteria to thrive in your mouth, which is the exact opposite of what you must do to really solve the problem. By using products like these to deal with the symptoms of bad breath, you’ll only make things worse. You need to address the causes of bad breath instead.

Myth 4: Bad Breath Originates In The Stomach.

Years ago, there was much hype about pills that claimed to cure bad breath in your stomach. However, the makers of those pills were practically obliterated by legal action by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) for making false claims. In short, it’s completely untrue: While there are some relatively rare medical conditions that do produce bad odors from the stomach, the cause of most cases of bad breath (90%+) is something completely different.

Myth 5: There Is A One-Time Cure For Bad Breath.

It takes quite a long time to develop a bad breath problem. It doesn’t happen overnight. There are a number of factors that gradually combine to cause it. In the same way, while you can rapidly eliminate the odor in just a few days, it will also take time to undo the damage, and to change the environment in your mouth from one that the microorganisms which cause most cases of bad breath love and thrive in to one that they hate and can’t survive in.

By following the recommendations of The Bad Breath Report, most people will get rid of their problem very rapidly. However, if they then stop, and fall back into their old patterns and old ways of doing things, it should come as no surprise that the “old problem” (i.e. bad breath) will gradually begin to reemerge.

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The Worst Remedies For Bad Breath!

“How NOT To Treat Bad Breath:

The Worst Remedies For Bad Breath!”

  1. Mouthwash: Use this at your peril! The majority of mouthwashes contain very high levels of alcohol which actually WORSENS bad breath!
  2. Breath mints and sprays: A pleasing smelling mouth doesn’t nesessarily mean that you have a healthy mouth. Mints and spray temporarily mask your bad breath, but provide a veritable feast for bad bacteria that will significantly worsen the probelm.
  3. Chewing gum: Chewing gum does increase salivary juice flow, but only masks bad breath. Try drinking water throughout the day instead, which keeps you in good health as well.
  4. 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 firmly in your mouth, and, worst of alll, causes oral cancer. Avoid at all costs.
  5. Vodka, martinis, or whiskey: Alcohol is a drying agent, and will further increase the problem by making your mouth too dry (which results in accelerated growth of bad bacteria).
  6. Brushing with cleanser: Unbelievable as it sounds, many people have tried to brush their teeth with household detergents, bleach, and other cleaning products! They “reason” that, if those things do such a good job cleaning their house, maybe they’ll do a good job cleaning their teeth as well. However, many of these products are poisonous and, in some instances, fatal. They should never (ever) be put in your mouth!
  7. Intestinal cleansing methods: Bad breath doesn’t originate in the stomach or intestine. It originates in your mouth. Internal cleanses might be good for overall health, but don’t expect them to eliminate your bad breath.
  8. Tongue piercing: As with any wound on your body, tongue piercing creates an entry-point for bacteria, and that has the potential to worsen your problem considerably! If you think “ordinary” bad breath is bad, imagine what it will be like if you have a smelly infection in your tongue as well!

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Remember there are great home remedies for Bad Breath.

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Bad Breath and Dating: Eliminate Bad Breath

Why Bad Breath Could Be The Hidden Cause

Of Your Dating Failures!

Think about it! Bad Breath can affect many areas in your life. You need a remedy and fast!

The Bad Breath Report is a great place to start.

One of the First things to do is find the Cause of your Bad Breath.

If you have the looks, and the personality, and say all the right things, but still can’t get the girl you want,  it may be because she finds you so disgusting on such a fundamental level that her brain actually thinks you’re a threat to her life!

Yes, really! Does that shock you? No doubt you’re a very nice person, so it probably does but, if you have bad breath, it may well be true. She might even think you’re extremely handsome, but an ancient brain system, originally designed to identify rotten food, literally FORCED her to reject you! The moment it detected your bad breath, the decision not to have anything to do with you was made, probably without her even realizing it.

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Bad Breath Home Remedies

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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Have you tried just about everything to treat bad breath only to find out nothing works? What’s worse, not only did the things you pinned your hopes on NOT work, they actually made matters worse by aggravating the problem! Suddenly, your breath went from slightly disturbing to nauseating! Sounds like something you would rather not worry over? You don’t have to, if you avoid these 5 things many before you thought they could use to treat bad breath.

1.  Gum. Sure, that gum you’re chewing tastes minty but do you know it increases the acids in your mouth? In other words, it’s heightening, not reducing, the stink factor.

2. Mouthwash. Alcohol-based mouthwash dries up the mouth and makes it a breeding ground for all kinds of bacteria.

3. Kerosene. Believe it or not, people have actually used kerosene as a mouth rinse! Don’t try it at home. Aside from the obvious – that kerosene is a highly dangerous liquid to begin with – it’s poisonous and doesn’t do anything to get rid of your halitosis.  

Just because you’re desperate to treat bad breath doesn’t mean you should try anything and everything. Stick to the remedies that are backed by science. You can’t go wrong when you do!

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Are you worried that bad breath will have a negative impact on your life? Treating bad breath, or halitosis, has become a multi billion-dollar business. Several types of bad-breath products are on the market, with many of them claiming that they can prevent bad breath.  

Before curing bad breath, you need to know what causes it. You can reduce bacteria in your mouth by brushing, flossing and using mouthwash. Bacteria releases sulfur compounds in your mouth, thus creating bad breath.

Still other bad breath sources exist. Onions and garlic have strong oils that release from your lungs, then out of your mouth. Also, untreated dental cavities can cause bad breath. Then there’s hypochlohydria, which creates less stomach acid. Finally, cigars and cigarettes can also create the need to prevent bad breath.   

What works and what doesn’t work when treating bad breath? Firstly, you should note that mouthwashes can reduce bad breath, but they only kill germs and lower plague in the short term.

Also, brushing your teeth won’t prevent bad breath per se. You should brush for two minutes, brush properly, and also use dental floss.

Yes, you should prevent having bad breath. But you should also know what causes it, and which treatments don’t truly eliminate bad breath.

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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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