Saturday, May 26, 2007

3 Remedies for Bad Breath that Work

Bad breath, or halitosis is what I like to call the sneaky disease. There are millions of people that have the problem, some of them dealing with it every day, but very few of them actually realize how bad the problem is. The reason is because having bad breath carries such a negative stigma that many of us just do not have the heart to tell the person that has halitosis that their breath stinks. Perhaps it is out of some feelings of pity, but telling them the truth could actually be the best thing that you have ever done for them. Once they know then they can go about solving the problem.

Perhaps that is why you are reading this article. Did someone tell you that you have a problem with bad breath? Then thank them, but only after you read this article. Now that you know you have a problem, here is how you can go about fixing the problem. Now the remedies for bad breath that I am going to give to you are considering that you actually have curable bad breath. If your halitosis is actually from another problem, such as a decaying tooth or a sinus infection, then you will need to seek some help from qualified professionals. That being said, here are my top 3 remedies for bad breath.

Sometimes the bad breath that you have is much deeper than an oral issue. It can be caused by a digesting problem. That is why I recommend that you up your water intake to see if this helps to cure the problem. Not only can additional water help you with your bad breath and digestive problems, but walking around dehydrated all the time is just plain old bad for your entire body.

If you drink a lot of milk then you might try kicking the cow for a while. An intolerance to milk and milk products can cause some people extreme digestive problems and this can cause bad breath. If you are concerned about calcium intake try supplementing it from another source while you check to see if the moo juice is the problem.

Perhaps your body is trying to tell you that you have some sort of a vitamin deficiency. Try taking such vitamins as zinc, vitamin c and b for a while to see if this clears up the problem.

Taking a natural approach to curing your bad breath will be much better for you in the long run than just trying to mask the problem with gum or mints. Hit the problem at the source and you will walk around with a fresh mouth for a very long time.



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