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Bad Breath Source – Where Else Does Bad Breath Come From?

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Margaret A asked:

What are the possible reasons why someone has bad breath? Can stomach gases cause bad breath?

Clear up Bad Breath Today!

3 comments - What do you think?  Posted by Sandman - June 1, 2013 at 4:12 pm

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Bad Breath?

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Jacky asked:

I have had really bad breath and I think it may be coming from my stomach..

I regularly swish peroxide, mouthwash, I brush and floss daily.
still nothing kills the bad breath.

I was wondering what stomach conditions can cause this? I have been really stressed out lately and have noticed a bad pain in my lower left abdominal area. also I have had a lot of nausea, ulcer? something else?

yes I know I need to go to the doctor…im just trying to narrow down what might be wrong

anyone have any ideas? thanks in advance

Rapid Cure for Bad Breath

5 comments - What do you think?  Posted by Sandman - May 21, 2013 at 6:07 pm

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Foods that prevent bad breath?

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cali_blueeyes_chick asked:

I really need to look/smell good tonight, but i also need to put something in my stomach. What foods will fill me up but not give me bad breath or make me bloat?

Get Rid of Poop Breath

8 comments - What do you think?  Posted by Sandman - May 19, 2013 at 3:08 am

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What is causing my bad breath? I know it is an internal problem from the stomach?

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Antonio R asked:

I went to an internist, he had me take PREVPAK for 14 days, but my breath is still really bad!! What can I do? And please dont suggest brushing and flossing…this is an internal problem…

8 comments - What do you think?  Posted by Sandman - September 11, 2012 at 6:33 am

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Bad Breath, Halitosis And Home Remedies

Pieternel Van Giersbergen asked:

When the Webmaster of asked me to write an article on halitosis (bad breath) I was thrilled. Strange, you say, that I should be enthused about the subject of halitosis (bad breath)? As an RN for over 25 years I have smelled many, many kinds of breath/ halitosis, and found that breath is a wonderful diagnostic tool. It can tell me how sick the patient is, and sometimes even what they have. I once worked with a wonderful doctor in the emergency room, who asked me what I smelled in the breath of a particular patient. We both felt we smelled a candida/yeast infection, and sure enough, that’s just what it turned out to be! Bad breath/ halitosis is always a sign that something else is going on, and i’d like to share with you a few interesting cases and general principles in this regard.

I have a friend who is a sensitive person. We were sitting at a table and I asked him how his day was. He said OK, but his breath was bad and his stomach seemed upset. After I asked a few more questions he finally let on he that he’d had an argument with his employer. As he was telling his story he drank the big glass of water I had given him. And as soon as he’d unburdened his feelings and the water was gone… so was his bad breath/ halitosis. The moral of this story… dehydration and emotional issues can both affect our breath.

Many patients who come to the emergency room have bad breath. Simply giving them fluids (water or salt water intravenously) not only helps their primary condition, but the bad breath as well. You don’t have to be in the Sahara desert to get dehydrated. Everyone needs to drink abundant water each day.

Small babies do not have bad breath/ halitosis when they are healthy. Bad breath (halitosis) is a sign that something is wrong and needs attention. Healthy toddlers don’t have bad breath either, so when babies, toddlers or growing children develop bad breath, the following factors usually play a role: dehydration, stress, wrong foods, bad digestion and poor dental health.

Indeed, these are the same top causes of bad breath in adults, followed by digestive problems and infections, for which one should seek medical help. A great remedy for infections of all kinds, whether viral/ bacterial/ parasite and candida, or yeast, is Oil of Oregano. Oil of Oregano is an all-natural remedy that is as strong as pharmaceutical antibiotics, but with no side effects. It is also a great first aid remedy to have on hand.

I could go on and on about the distinct varieties of bad breath smells among those who drink alcohol, who smoke, who have diabetes, internal bleeding, liver diseases, or cancer. But I will spare you the unsavory details. The point is to focus on clean breath, and to heal the underlying causes of bad breath, which will give you better health and more enjoyment of your life. By welcoming bad breath/ halitosis as an opportunity to take preventive measures, you will be doing yourself a world of good.

May your breath be sweet!

Pieternel van Giersbergen

© 2005 Pieternel van Giersbergen.

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