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5 Daily tips to help get rid of Bad Breath (Halitosis)

Bad breath which is also known as ‘Halitosis’ can be quite embarrassing and could damage one's self-esteem.

Bad breath can be caused by various things and lifestyle habits such as smelling foods, gum diseases, smoking, chewing tobacco, dry mouth & more but the major cause of bad breath is 'Bacteria'. This bacteria could build up at the back of your mouth or between your teeth.

There are various ways one can get rid of bad breath. Check out these five daily tips to help get rid of bad breath.

  1. Drinking Water

Drinking water at intervals helps to fight bad breath because it gets rid of food particles trapped in your mouth. It also keeps the mouth wet and clean.


  1. Cleaning the Tongue

It is ideal you develop the habit of cleaning your tongue on a daily basis as it helps to get rid of potential causes of bad breath. Keeping the tongue clean on a daily basis helps to get rid of bad breath.


  1. Brushing and Flossing

Brushing and flossing at least twice in a day helps to rid the mouth of food particles trapped there. It also keeps the mouth clean and promotes fresh breath.


  1. Eat Mint

Chewing minty gum or eating mint leaves are ways to get rid of bad breath because they stimulate saliva production and keeps the mouth clean.


  1. Rinsing

Rinsing your mouth on a daily basis is a good way to get rid of bad breath. Rinsing the mouth ensures the food particles trapped in the mouth are flushed out. This, in turn, helps to keep the mouth fresh.


In order to get rid of bad breath, these are some of the tips you could use. Ensure you do them on a daily basis.

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