• Get Rid of Bad Breath.


    How to Get Rid of Bad Breath with Natural Remedies.


    Bad breath is caused by bacteria that digest food and can occur even with drastic diets or exercise. Most people who experience this problem turn to breath mints, which triggers a vicious circle because sugar causes the emergence of bacteria that lead to bad breath.


    Chewing gum and candy mints can be effective in an emergency because they can mask the smell, but cannot solve the problem.


    If you suffer from halitosis, the symptoms are generally the following:


    •dry tongue and teeth;


    •hard and bitter tongue in the morning, upon awakening;


    •the constant need to tinker your voice and to drink water;


    •sour or metallic taste in the mouth.


    Here are a few little tests you can try to make sure you have a fresh breath:


    – wipe the middle of your tongue with a cotton pad or and smell it;


    – put your tongue on the wrist and then smell your wrist.


    1. Clean your tongue with baking soda.


    Besides ordinary teeth brushing, nutritionists advise you to brush your tongue with baking soda. Baking soda is alkaline and removes toxic acids that reside in the mouth, throat and even in the stomach. By changing the pH of the mouth, you will feel an immediate effect.


    2. Brush your teeth with aloe-vera gel.


    Besides the specific menthol from toothpaste, you can also enjoy the effects of aloe-vera, if you add a little aloe-vera gel in your toothpaste. Aloe-vera has the ability to kill bacteria and viruses not only in the mouth but from the entire body. In addition, it has anti-inflammatory properties and stimulates cell restoration.


    Take care! You must choose the gel from inside the plant.


    3. Drink plenty of water!


    You hear daily that “For your health, drink at least 2 L of fluid per day.” But do you respect this medical advice? This recommended fluid consumption not only improves kidney activity and hydrates the skin, but can also help to keep your breath fresh.


    By hydrating your mouth permanently, you avoid xerostomia (dryness of the mouth), and maintain an optimal level of saliva secretion, which clears food debris from cheeks and teeth. Don’t forget to use the mouthwash!


    4. Choose green.


    It is no secret that diet influences your breath. However, there are foods that can help keep your breath fresh and pleasant. There are many green plants, mostly with strong taste, containing a hemo-protein with alkaline properties, called chlorophyll, an internal purifier. Chlorophyll neutralizes toxins that cause halitosis.


    What are the herbs recommended against halitosis?




    •fresh mint;


    •tea tree.


    Chew fresh parsley or mint whenever you have the chance to freshen your breath or you can add a few drops of peppermint oil or tea tree oil in your mouthwash.



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