Do You Have a Bad Breath?

Typically, halitosis is caused by defectively dental hygiene. There are also many other factors that can lead to this unpleasant affection, including: gums illness, dental caries, salivary glands, infections of the respiratory tract (throat, nose, lungs, sinus), inadequate diet, constipation, indigestion, smoking, fever, diabetes, indigestion, liver or kidney dysfunctions or alcohol abuse.

If you wake up in the morning and you realize that you have bad breath, you must know that this is probably the result of poor hydration or maybe the result of reduced quantities of saliva - this is very important, because it "washes" your mouth bacteria.

Poor nutrition can make you have bad breath, because your body tries to decompose the stored proteins and fats. The metabolic products that come from this process of degradation have a very bad smell, and when they are exhaled from your lungs they cause your bad breath.
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Bad breath news on the Web

CNN International
"And his breath is like, Jesus! And his hair plugs are really obvious. Besides that, there's like nothing. So sorry, roast not possible! ...
Belfast Telegraph
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Jamaica Observer
So there's no need to use more than a small sprig or teaspoon of the dried herb to make a cup of tea, which is good for bad breath. ...

Pioneer Press
... unnervingly sexual sea monster thing with a face like "Alien," a floor-rattlingly loud howl and what I'd bet money is worse-than-Doritos bad breath. ...

Trapped food particles, eating pungent foods and smoking can cause bad breath, as well as gum disease and a dry mouth condition known as xerostomia. ...

Globe and Mail
They're crooked and yellow and lined with a film of food, and, as a result, his breath is often, well, not too minty-fresh. I am admittedly a bit sensitive ...

... stannous fluoride is released in the mouth, acting as an anti-microbial agent that kills harmful bacteria that cause plaque, gingivitis and bad breath. ...

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The Observer
Each one of us at one point have bad breath. This usually occurs in the morning when we have just woken up and immediately after a meal. ...

Richmond Times Dispatch
Aside from being annoying, they are disgusting, because they smell and cause bad breath. I can't get rid of them. An ear, nose and throat doctor said that ...
Black garlic has gone on sale promising cooks all the flavour of the normal, pungent flavouring but none of the associated bad breath. ...
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