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How To Get Rid Of Bad Breath Treatment At Home Remedy and Fix

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00:00 How To Get Rid Of Bad Breath Treatment At Home Remedy and Fix?

00:40 What Causes Bad Breath?

01:42 How To Get Rid Of Bad Breath?

04:00 Bad Breath Treatment At Home?

04:49 How To Prevent Bad Breath?

09:27 When To Seek Medical Attention?

10:07 Conclusion on Bad Breath?

10:36 Bloopers


Now, there’s nothing worse than when you’ve got a critical job interview or a first date and on top of everything else you have to worry about, you’re sitting there conscious of your breath as well. Bad breath from time to time is inevitable and normal, for example when you first wake up in the morning, it’s a well-known phenomenon to have ‘morning breath’.

But, if you have it constantly, it can be embarrassing and uncomfortable, and can start to affect your confidence and self-esteem. But not to fear, you’re not alone. Bad breath, also known as halitosis, which is the medical term, can affect anyone of any age and up to 50% of people admit to having it regularly. It affects men and women equally and is a very common, and often easily treatable, condition.

It can be caused by a variety of things, ranging from lifestyle factors such as what we eat, drink or smoke to medical conditions like tonsilitis and acid reflux. Not to mention general oral hygiene has a huge part to play in how nice or nasty our breath is, so I’m talking about how often we brush our teeth, whether we mouthwash, and whether we’ve got anything like gum disease or a tooth infection.

All these things have a part to play in contributing to bad breath, but not to worry, I’ll be breaking down next how you can immediately get rid of it if you need a quick fix and also how to prevent it long-term.


It’s important to note that brushing your teeth immediately after eating can in some cases have a negative effect on your tooth enamel. If you have consumed something acidic, you should avoid brushing your teeth for about 30 minutes afterwards.

Foods that contain citric acid, like oranges, grapefruits and lemons, can soften tooth enamel for a time, and brushing too soon after eating them may damage the enamel while it’s in its weakened state.

In general, try eating nutritious foods that are low in sugar and carbohydrates after eating something acidic. This will help reduce the harmful acids that such foods can create.

In addition, prolonged exposure to phosphoric acid, which is often found in soft drinks, can erode your tooth enamel, exposing the more sensitive tissues beneath. Acid erosion can cause permanent damage to your teeth, so to keep it to a minimum, limit snacking between meals and limit your consumption of soft drinks and sugary snack foods.


• Children under 3 years old should brush twice daily, with a smear of toothpaste containing at least 1,000ppm fluoride.

• Children between 3 and 6 years old should brush at least twice daily with a pea-sized amount of toothpaste containing more than 1,000ppm fluoride.

• Adults should brush at least twice daily with a toothpaste containing 1,350-1,500ppm fluoride.

Don't use mouthwash at the same time as brushing. Use it at an alternative time, because it washes away the fluoride in the toothpaste

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