Smoker’s Breath; Causes and Treatment

According to World Health Organization (WHO), there are currently more than 1.1 billion active and regular smokers worldwide. This is despite the well-documented health risks of tobacco. There`s compelling evidence that links smoking to an array of health risks such as lung and throat cancer, coronary heart disease, diabetes, stroke, ulcers, emphysema, chronic obstructive...

Acid Reflux and Bad Breath

When it comes to getting rid of bad breath, most of us know to avoid repeat offenders such as strong-scented foods and maintaining proper oral health. However, in as much as proper oral health is probably the key to managing your mouth breath, many people do not realize that their bad breath might be...

Top 6 Causes of Bad Breath in Children You Should Know

Children and toddlers are little bundles of joy that give great joy, satisfaction and a sense of completeness to parents. The way children act, laugh, smell and even cry seen to create many wonderful and cherished memories. The smell of a freshly (as fresh as your breath may be)bathed baby can create an intoxicating...

Top 7 Causes of Bad Breath in Adults

Ever wondered why people always “recoil” when you`re having a close-in conversation? Well, one of the common culprits is halitosis or rather bad mouth breath. Let`s face it, many people have undergone this awful experience of developing halitosis. Developing bad mouth breath can be quite distressing especially for adults. This is because it often leads...

What You Need To Know About White Tongue and Bad Breath

The sight of a white tongue reflected at you in your bathroom mirror can be quite frightening. However, according to health experts, white tongue condition is usually harmless and temporary. Superficial definition of a white tongue is the presence of a thin white layer/covering or just white spots or patches on your tongue. This...

Wisdom Teeth Extraction and Bad Breath

Age comes with wisdom, and more specifically your wisdom teeth. For many people, removal of wisdom teeth or rather the third and last molars is a rite of passage. The removal of wisdom teeth is meant for improving your general dental health. While it's good to have your wisdom teeth extracted, many people often...

Fetid Breath is Not a Death Sentence

You probably know how uncomfortable sitting next to someone with a fetid breath can be. And in most cases, those with the fetid mouth odor do not suspect a thing, unless they are told about it. In the medical sphere, this fetid mouth odor is referred to as halitosis. Types of Fetid Breath Halitosis might be...

Post Nasal Drip and Bad Breath

There's a wide range of factors that can lead to halitosis.  One rare condition that leads to bad breath is post nasal drip. Before we even learn how post nasal drip can result in bad breath, it`s vital that we have a rudimentary understanding of what post nasal drip is. Post-Nasal Drip Your body glands and...

Morning Breath

Your daily routine starts pretty the same way: turn off the alarm (or snooze for ten minutes), take a deep stretch while compiling a mental to-do list, and get up from your bed. All the while, you might be aware of the foul smell and taste coming from your mouth-morning breath. If you`re with a...

How to Get Rid of Chronic Bad Breath

According to Bad Breath Institute (http://www.xbadbreath.com/bad-breath-info/statistics), it's estimated that bad breath affects an estimated 30 to 45% individuals worldwide. In the US alone, it's estimated that a staggering 80 million and above individuals suffer from bad breath, and at least, 99% of everyone has “dragon breath” in the morning. It's not a wonder that each...

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