Posts Tagged ‘Alcohol’

Basic Guide To Fighting Bad Breath

Paul Hata asked:

Many human beings have bad breath now and again. It is a constant or recurring case of bad breath that can offend friends and loved ones and become a real social problem. There are several causes of bad breath and, fortunately, most of them are easily dealt with using simple natural techniques.

Many rumors circulate from time to time about the cause of chronic bad breath, or halitosis. One can almost rule out the theory of bad breath coming from places other than the mouth. The esophagus is collapsed normally and air can only escape in the form of the occasional burp. If your mouth and teeth are healthy you should first check the dorsum, or that area on the back of the tongue.

Whatever the cause of your bad breath be the most common remedy i.e. mouthwashes is not only ineffective, it is counterproductive also. A mouthwash is a blend of flavors, a bit of dye, and too much alcohol.

While the claims that mouthwashes kill the bacteria is true, it is also true that the bacteria quickly come back again and in greater force than before one would have used the mouthwash. But in addition to being ineffective, mouthwashes are also being dangerous.

Too much mouthwash is irritating to the gums, the palate, the tongue, and the mucous membranes of the mouth. In a small percentage of people, who are susceptible, and those who smoke and drink, heavy use of mouthwash can cause certain types of cancer.

Other ways to fight bad breath

If one does not wish to use anything in order to freshen up the breath, one can put a few drops of peppermint oil in a glass of water and rinse. Bad breath, or halitosis, has a number of causes, the most obvious one being bad dental hygiene.

If one doesn’t brush your teeth regularly and well, bits of pieces of food will become lodged between your teeth and will decompose, causing a bad odor. One probably already knows that you should brush your teeth carefully twice a day, but there are some other measures you can take to fight bad breath.

Conclusion

Brushing the tongue is probably the single most effective thing you can do. In various researches, it has been shown that brushing the tongue alone is a better guard against bad breath than brushing only the teeth.

Brushing both the teeth and tongue can help reduce bad breath due to poor dental hygiene almost entirely. One does not need to scrub your tongue. Just gently brush the tongue with a soft-bristled brush to wash away the microscopic bits of food that become trapped in the tiny protuberances.

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Is it true mouth rinses with alcohol as its ingredients worsens bad breath?

bad breath
ruby merrlyn asked:

i have a mouth rinse and i was told by a friend that mouth rinses or mouth gargles that have alcohol in them tend to worsen bad breath at the long run.Is that true?

Rapid Cure for Bad Breath

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home remedies to dark armpits?

šŸ˜€ asked:

i sweat alot under my armpits and i stoppd using alcohol containd deoderant.
i shave too. and i think thats the reason why i have dark armpits.. i want to experiment
using Nair (spray on rinse off spray) instead of shaving? can that light up my armpits a little more?
or is it a bad idea? tips?

Cure Poop Breath

1 comment - What do you think?  Posted by Sandman - November 26, 2010 at 7:00 am

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How To Prevent Bad Breath In The Morning

Anna Drew asked:

At least 90% of the people will experience bad breath in the morning. This is a common problem and it is quite unavoidable. Why do most people have bad breath in the morning? Our body will be in a relaxed mode when we are sleeping and during this time, we will not take in any water. Hence, the saliva will flow more slowly than usual. There will also be an accumulation of bacteria overnight and that is why most of the people will get bad breath in the morning. If you realize, our mouth tend to be dry in the morning and we will feel very thirsty.

Another reason why there is a need to brush our teeth in the morning is to get rid of the bacteria accumulated overnight in our mouth. Brushing our teeth properly will alsoĀ help to get rid of the bad breath.Ā ThisĀ is also neccessary to get rid of the plague and food thatĀ is stuck in between the teeth which may also cause bad breath.Ā In fact, there are no actual ways to avoid bad breath in the morning but a quick fix to mask the bad breath will be popping in a mint sweet. Other than that, having a good oral care and regular visits to the dentist can help to prevent bad breath. Have enough of water to replenish the fluid needed for your body and avoid eating food that can cause bad breath such as garlic, onions, etc. Try not to drink alcohol or smoke because all these will cause bad breath problem.

Sometimes, signs of having bad breath could mean that you are suffering from gums problems, decayed tooth or health problems. There are many great ways to get rid of bad breath. Get your instructions on How To Prevent Bad Breath.

If you are facing Chronic Bad Breath problems, learn how to eliminate this problem within 1 day.

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