Hey Friend bad breathe is actually due ti the improper intake of food the bad breathe is coming through your digestive organ the gases secreted are the same The remedy you can do on this is take or keep a control on the intake of food increase the quantity of fruits and GUAVA is the best remedy for such cases And if still concerned search for Yogasanas on the internet Wish you a good breathe....
Don't go to the doctor I suggest going to you dental hygienist and ask him/her about it. It could possibly be gingivitis. If not then brush after eating, use mouthwash, floss daily, take mints, and avoid eating food that will make you breath smell bad (e.g coffee, garlic etc.)
You should brush your teeth properly, floss, and then rinse with mouth wash. Don't rinse afterwards with water though because that'll just wash away the toothpaste you used to brush your teeth with. Dentist say that it's best to brush, floss, and rinse with mouth wash then just go on to bed not rinsing with water. Unless the one's I see are being foolish and telling lies....
You likely have condition called halitosis; the hallmark being chronic bad breath. This is something that is on its own fairly harmless (unless you talk to people often), but may be a sign of a more serious underlying condition, such as GERD. GERD may be dangerous if left untreated because the constant irritation of the lining of the esophagus and pharynx may eventually cause cancerous development in these areas. Regardless, if you want to treat this condition, brushing is not the answer. See a doctor. Don't let this scare you, okay? It's really quite common and very treatable... assuming you have it.
1. Brush your teeth regularly, making sure to also brush the bacteria off your tounge! (bacteria love the tongue)
2. Use mouthwash.
3. carry around chewing gum or mints that give off a nice scent. (perhaps spearmint)
4. In this case there is a medical condition called Halitosis, which could very well be the cause of your bad breath. This condition is completely harmless unless it becomes GIRD, I highly doubt that by the way... This condition is quite common and treatable, if the symptoms of your bad breath persist after trying the steps above then i suggest seeking your medical professional.
Some people just have bad breath! Tried everything recommended but still have it. We cover it up with mint, gum, mouthwash, chewing sticks, tongue scrapers, brushing frequently and so many other recommended solutions. Talk to your dentist and doctor! If nothing works, just live with it and try to minimize it with some of the suggestions above. Learn what makes it worst. For me sugar sets it off.
Use NeilMed Nasal rinse, brush your teeth about 3 times a week with a toothpaste, peroxide, and baking soda mixture, use mouthwash and if that isn`t it, go to a doctor and have they check your stomach out because acid reflux doesn`t help
To simply put it you probably have Tonsilloliths. If you never heard of it then don't worry it's cure able. It's also know as Tonsil Stones. Basically our tonsils are filled with nooks and crannies where bacteria and other materials, including dead cells and mucous, can become trapped. When this occurs, the debris can become concentrated in white formations that occur in the pockets; know as Tonsil Stones.
If your brushing your teeth and tongue regularly then it's a good chance that this is the culprit. Like I said it's cure able so and I know just the thing to help you out.
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Make sure you brush your tongue. Most people forget and that's why their breath stinks. Or sometimes its because people haven't gone to the bathroom in a long time and all that dead food is just sitting there in their stomachs rotting when it should be coming out.
Brush teeth after meals if practical, tongue scraper, floss. If you have acid reflux, it's tougher. Can't vouch for this but did read that a well hydrated mouth is actually the best bad breath prevention, so drink lots of water. The mouthwashes have alcohol in them and dry your mouth in the long run, although smell good short term. The eating parsley is a good one. Also eating apples is the closest nature comes to cleaning your teeth.
You need to replenish your small intestines. One of my herbal doctor friends recommended this to me when he smelled my breath. He said the problem was not my mouth! So, he suggested "Now Foods, 8 Billion Acidophilus & Bifidus. (Get it from IHerb http://bit.ly/iherb-10. As a first time visitor, you get $10 off your first order. Here is a valid coupon code JPN337. The prices are the best.)
My doctor friend explained to me that sometimes the chemical balance in the small intestines get out of whack for various reasons. Therefore, it somehow causes various smells like feces, rotten fruit, ammonia, gas, etc. that appear like bad breath. So, you need Acidophilus to bring things back into balance. Let me warn you, all Acidophilus is not the same. So, purchase the above brand from IHerb. He suggested that you do no less than 8 billion CFU's. That is about two capsules. However, I was so desperate to get rid of my bad breath; I started doing two capsules TWICE a day. I am happy to say that, two weeks later- I am bad breath free. I am confident again and have my social life back. Also, I am not tormenting people at work or in grocery lines. Thank God it works. Best wishes!
Argh. Too lazy to rule out other people's answers... and too lazy to read them all. See, there's these "mythical" things called Tonsil Stones. Nasty things, they are... you might want to check for them. They're very real and cause halitosis as well as extreme discomfort. Or just get your tonsils removed... easy operation... good too! The tonsils are there at birth to help filter out bacteria and such, but there's no use for them now that your body has built up an accurate immune system~ Might as well "chop them off" so to speak.
Most people assume they are doing the best. You need to use a strong Colgate toothpaste. Brush your teeth for a couple minutes, and scrub your tongue. There is a toothbrush with one side for teeth the other for tongue. Then use mouthwash and floss. Do this when you wake up and at bedtime. After a week or so the problem should subside. If it doesn't see a dentist. There could be something wrong.
This is kinda gross, but you might have tonsil stones. Basically they are tiny whitish yellow balls of bacteria, mucus and food in the back of your mouth around the tonsils. They release a foul odor and can be a cause of bad breath. Here is a website about them: