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Best homeopathic treatment for chronic persistent bad breath?

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alia n asked:

Does anyone know of a proven remedy for bad breath, I,ve been suffering for 8 yrs and it has completely ruined my life. I,ve tried acid refulx meds, expensive thera breath system and have gone to several dentist and doctors and have been told that my mouth is clean dont have any diseases and they dont know why it is happening. I have deviated septum and my left nostril inside is blocked due to the swolen/deviated septum.

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cure my bad breath with natural way?

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guskougakis asked:

my breath smells bad.I want to cure it physically with herbs an etc.Also what can i eat before kissing a girl except guns(something natural)

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Home Remedies for Bad Breath

Alien asked:

Target your tongue. Tongue scraping isn’t all that common in Western oral hygiene. But Ayurvedic physicians have been recommending it for centuries. “it’s very helpful, but few people do it;” Dr. Brauer says.

Tongue scrapers are hard to come by. If you don’t have a tongue scraper, Dr. Brauer recommends using your toothbrush. You have to brush the very back of your tongue, which may cause gagging. “But with a little practice, you can overcome your gag reflex,” he says.

Disinfect dentures. If you wear removable dentures or any other dental appliance, clean it daily and soak it in a commercial denture cleanser overnight.

Chew gum. Chewing gum gets your saliva flowing, which helps eliminate bad breath. Any ordinary gum will do-it needn’t have special breath-freshening ingredients, Dr. Simons says.

Banish those butts. If you need another reason to give up smoking, here it is: Tobacco causes bad breath.

Other Good Choices

Chinese Medicine

Turn down the Heat. In Chinese medicine, bad breath results from excessive Heat in the Stomach. For treatment, Efrem Korn¬≠gold, a.M.D., L.Ac., recommends consuming “cooling” foods such as cucumber, peppermint tea, and tomatoes. He also suggests avoiding “hot” foods such as coffee, alcohol, and spicy dishes.

Ayuredic Medicine

Nibble on fennel. Instead of mints, many Indian restaurants keep a bowl of fennel seeds by the door. Ayurvedic physicians often recommend chewing a pinch of fennel seeds after eating to freshen the breath.

Naturopathy

Discover the digestion connection. Naturopaths such as Joseph Pizzomo Jr., N.D., believe that poor digestion contributes to bad breath. Dr. pizzomo’s advice: Keep your digestive system functioning smoothly by eating a low-fat, high-fiber diet with plenty of grains, fruits, and vegetables.

Medical Measures

For bad breath, the most effective mouth­wash is a prescription product called Peridex, which contains the antibacterial antiseptic chlorhexidine. In one study, 6 months of regular rinsing with Peridex reduced oral bacteria by more than 50 percent. Dr. Replogle recommends rinsing for 30 seconds twice a day after brushing.

Some people get stains on their teeth when using chlorhexidine, but any stains can be removed by professional cleaning. Also, chlorhexidine may impair the sense of taste. If this happens to you, consult your dentist. He may suggest that you use the mouthwash a few times a week rather than daily.

Red Flags

If you suddenly develop persistent bad breath and it doesn’t clear up after a few weeks of aggressive home treatment and professional teeth cleaning, consult a physician. A number of potentially serious conditions have bad breath as a symptom, including diabetes, kidney failure, lupus, liver and gallbladder disorders, and certain cancers.

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Natural Bad Breath Remedies- Stop Worrying About Bad Breath With 3 Tips

Joe Barton asked:

I recently met with a friend who had a problem? a bad breath problem. My friend Jayme asked me for some simple remedies for curing her bad breath. But the thing I remember most about the 10 minute conversation was her look as she confessed, “I would give anything to stop my bad breath permanently.” I could tell by the look in her eyes she felt everything from embarrassment to humiliation. Moments later, she admitted to even excusing herself from social events to rinse out her mouth. Bad breath was ruining her life!

Can you relate to Jayme? Have you experienced the embarrassment, frustration or humiliation that goes along with bad breath? If you have, I would encourage you to keep hope! Jayme had hope after our conversation and after almost 8 months, she is halitosis-free and couldn’t be happier. Are you ready to be the next ex-halitosis sufferer by learning simple natural bad breath remedies?

The Cause of Bad Breath

To discover the cure for bad breath; you must first understand the cause. In the most common forms of bad breath, halitosis odor comes from the activity of bacteria in the mouth, usually from the back part of the tongue. Microorganisms in the mouth break down proteins and produce the foul smelling gasses.

If you take a flashlight and look at the back of your tongue, you might notice the whitish or yellowish substance on your tongue. You are looking at a Petri dish of halitosis causing bacteria. But you can cure this? In fact there are numerous natural bad breath remedies which are as simple as better hygiene, better hydration and halitosis-free nutrition.

Natural Bad Breath Remedies

My friend Jayme did discover what worked for her bad breath problem, and you can too! Jayme was simply using improper hygiene techniques. Instead of daily using proper tongue cleaning techniques, Jayme was popping mints and chewing gum on an hourly basis. In fact, Jayme thought brushing and rinsing was the only thing needed for clean breath. Unfortunately, bad breath is more complicated than brushing and chewing on gum. After sharing a few suggestions and giving her our Natural Bad Breath Report, Jayme also discovered how her diet was also impacting her halitosis problem too! Typically, most bad breath problems are corrected with these 3 Natural Bad Breath Remedies!

1. Use your toothbrush (dipped in mouthwash) to gently brush your tongue off. Remember to do this daily while also using gentle strokes.

2. Buy a tongue scraper! Use this handy tool to scrape off the unwanted yellowish substance on your tongue.

3. Drink 8-10 glasses of water throughout the day! Begin to lower your intake of soda, coffee and tea. Naturally, your body needs water and will begin to work properly if given adequate amounts.

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