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  • over 1 year ago

    RE: Bad Breath

    If you have tonsil stones, this may be the cause of a bad breath.
  • over 1 year ago

    RE: Bad Breath

    (1) Could also be dry mouth, either because you don't drink enough water (plain water) or have a medical condition. (2) Do you floss and brush 2x per day? (3) Smoke? (4) Eat nasty weeds?
  • over 1 year ago

    RE: Bad Breath

    Hi, some food can also cause bad breath, plus, you can always use mouth wash.
  • over 1 year ago

    RE: Bad Breath

    Often bad breath is caused by the bacteria that creates plaque. This bacteria thrives on sugar, which is in almost everything we eat. Xylitol is a safe natural sweetener that is almost identical to sugar, except this harmful bacteria can't metabolize it and starves. Minimize this bacteria and your bad breath will no longer be a problem.

    Use a Xylitol based toothpaste, Xylitol water flosser, Xylitol mints and/or Xylitol gum.
  • 2 months ago

    RE: Bad Breath

    There's a ton of both potential sources of the problem and potential solutions to the issue. First and foremost reason for the bad breath is an extensive number of bacteria in your mouth, which can occur because of remaining food particles which rote or give a source for bacteria to strive on it. The second is a diet. Is it ok with you? I think that there's no need to describe what is healthy and what isn't. Anyone can answer this. It's not that easy to fix it with our lifestyle, but it's not entirely impossible. Anyway, in my case the problem was solved only by a proper dental flosser Namely by this one https://healthincenter.com/best-waterpik-water-flosser/ . Hope it helps!