Find the absolute confidence to express yourself freely and have all the intimate attention you need, especially from your special someone.
It could even be a stranger sitting next to you on a bus or at a conference. It could be a family member or a co-worker or even a person you are asking out on a date.
Whomever and wherever it may be, you want to know that you are not the one causing discomfort to anyone because of bad breath. It really says a lot about personal hygiene practices
If you ever want to avoid the total embarrassment of talking to someone and finding that they are somehow turning away from you or seem otherwise distracted when you get near to them.
Practice these lifestyle and hygiene tips below to help you be a total winner where ever you go.
What causes bad breath (halitosis)?
In a quick synopsis, the causes of (halitosis) bad breath come from different things which include:
Not drinking enough water can cause the mouth to slow down the production of saliva, which cause an increase in the production of bacteria that cause bad breath.
By staying hydrated, you can greatly reduce the chance of halitosis.
Sleeping while traveling:
There is a good reason why it a normal practice to brush our teeth when we wake up in the mornings.
Sleeping puts the mouth in a state that causes different enzymes to react to any food particles or bacteria that may be present in the mouth. The result of which will naturally cause an odor.
Brushing and flossing
Make it a regular practice to brush your teeth after every meal. Take a piece of dental floss with you in you are not going to be home and floss after every meal also. If you do not have the time to floss after each meal, make sure to do so before bedtime.
Getting rid of the food particles in your mouth is a great way to keep your mouth fresh and healthy!
Brush Tongue– This will help to remove all the tiny food particles that may build up over time and cause odor and discoloration of the tongue.
Floss Regularly– This is to be done at least twice per day. After the first meat and after the last. It removes all food particles that the toothbrush cannot reach, and therefore prevent any food particles from lodging and decomposing in between your teeth.
Do not smoke or use tobacco products- the result of using these will be disastrous on your breath!
The best ways to refresh your mouth by rinsing!
- Mix a solution of 1/4 teaspoon of salt and 1/4 cup warm water. Rinse your mouth and gargle your throat for about three minutes. This is especially recommended for bedtime but works well any other times as well.
- 2. Mix a solution of 1/4 cup water and 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda in room temperature water. Rinse mouth and gargle throat for three minutes.
- Make a mixture of both baking soda and salt in the same portions above in 1/4 cup water. Rinse mouth and gargle throat for three minutes.
- Eat fresh mint with fruits, smoothies, mineral and vitamin-infused water, detox waters and so on.
Mucous In Your Body!
Mucous is one of the major causes of bad breath. Mucous is a type of fluid that is produced by the mucous membrane in our body for protection of the cells against foreign elements.
It is produced in higher quantities when the body is having an allergic reaction to substances we eat or inhale.
Some of the foods that cause a high production of mucus are:
Meats, poultry, fish, milk, eggs, and all dairy products.
Other foods that have a natural tendency to cause bad breath are onion, garlic, scallion, cheese, sodas, and orange commercial orange juice.
How to remove mucus?
The easiest way to prevent the continuous build-up of mucus is to abstain from the types of food that causes it. But then again – that is not the easiest thing to do. Therefore, make it a practice to minimal on these foods. Consume more of the fresh fruits and vegetables, especially citrus fruits.
Make a blend of freshly squeezed juices as follows: 1 grapefruit, lemon, and 1 orange. Combine all these with 2 teaspoons of ginger juice. Drink this mix twice per day, preferably in the morning and in the midday.
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