5 Easy Natural Cures For Halitosis
[toc]Halitosis or Bad Breath is a condition which most people experience at some point or the other in their lives. The main symptom of Halitosis is the bad breath itself. An easy way of checking for Halitosis is to cup your hands over the nose and mouth puff into it. You should then swiftly sniff the breath. In case of bad breath, it is confirmed that it is Halitosis after analyzing the smell.
The most common cause of Halitosis is related to the bacteria which live in the mouth, mainly on the tongue. These bacteria may build-up as a result of reduced oral hygiene as well as the need of flossing. Most usual triggers of the halitosis include smoking, high protein food, avoiding breakfast, sinus problems, mouth sores, stress, dehydration, zinc deficiency, gastrointestinal disorders, and serious illnesses like syphilis or cancer.
You must remember to brush the top of your tongue with a toothbrush every day, since it helps in dislodging a lot of odorous particles which contribute to Halitosis or bad breath. Here are some natural cures for Halitosis:
5 Natural Cures For Halitosis
Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple Cider Vinegar can be used as a useful mouthwash which offers long-lasting respite from the bad breath. Dilute 1/2 tablespoon vinegar in one glass of water and use this as a mouthwash. Gargle for around 10 seconds by making sure that the solution reaches all parts of your mouth.
Baking soda is an incredible remedy for Halitosis, because it changes the pH or acidity levels of your mouth. It helps is a less responsive environment for the odor-sourcing bacteria. Just add little baking soda on your toothbrush and brush your teeth well. Then gargle with cold water. An alternate method would be to buy toothpastes which already contain baking soda in small quantities.
Tea Tree Oil
Tea Tree Oil is another natural home remedy for bad breath if used as a toothpaste stabilizer. Just add one drop of Tea Tree Oil to your toothpaste before you brush your teeth. You may also make a Tea Tree Oil mouthwash by adding only 3 drops oil to one cup of lukewarm water.
Gargle with this solution 2-3 times every day, just after every meal. However, take care not to consume or swallow tea tree oil as this can have undesirable effects on your body.
Halitosis frequently results in drying of the mouth. In that case, just eating citrus fruits which have high citric acid including lemon, orange or grapefruit may assist in improving your breath considerably.
The acid of such fruits arouses the saliva that helps in suppressing some of odor-sourcing bacteria. At the same time, the strong taste of these fruits leaves the mouth fresh.
Green Cardamom Seed
Green Cardamom Seeds can be enjoyably tasty as well as are recognized in different circles for protection against Halitosis. Simply chew green cardamom seeds after every meal. The aroma and the flavor of the cardamom seeds help in acting as a breath freshener and keep the bad breath away. You can also chew mint leaves to keep your breath fresh.
All these natural cures are easily accessible and inexpensive for the majority of people, saving considerable amount of money which might otherwise be exhausted on the oral sanitation products.
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