Natural Remedies for Bad Breath
Have you ever had a conversation with someone with bad breath? You had that uneasy feeling and tried not to breathe in too deeply.
You pondered how to let them know without offending them, or should you just try to ignore it.
Should you happen to be someone who has suffered from bad breath then you may have been out there for some time hunting for an effective solution yet without much success.
If so then you can discover how you can have mint fresh breath and relax when you are among friends, family, work colleagues from using natural remedies.
52% of people in the UK has some form of bad breath at sometime or other even if they don’t realize it. However you don’t need to worry too much as there are several options to help you fight the halitosis battle which will bring back that fresh breath you’ve been urging for.
Although there are healthy foods such as garlic and onions which although they are very good for you they can also leave you with bad breath which is not what want. This problem is generally caused by your garlic and onions entering your blood stream which then comes out of your lungs when you exhale.
Treating halitosis naturally. To avoid halitosis the general advice is to avoid eating onions and garlic if you have important business meetings or should you be dating as the likely hood is that others will notice. This is all rather obvious advice which you may already be doing, however, if you haven’t then start applying these easy words of advice as it does make a difference.
Mouthwashes are all very well but they haven’t proved to be that effective as they only tend to cover up the bad breath problem for a short period of time and then the problem returns.
To fight bad breath you need to brush your teeth and tongue on a regular basis and have regular check ups with your dentist.
Let’s look at some natural remedies for bad breath.
Keeping your digestive system clean and in good order is important and contributes towards keeping your breath fresh. This is accomplished by providing your body with good bacteria which will keep the bad bacteria in order.
Eating fermented foods such as kefir, natto and probiotics are just some of the foods which will help you achieve this.
If you can then try and avoid things such as sugar and grain based products as they can also contribute towards bad breath, odors and halitosis.
Remedies for bad breath. Good quality essential oils can help. Those such as thyme, peppermint, wintergreen and eucalyptus are probably the most effective oils to use.
Sweet fennel happens to be a digestic tonic and happens to sweeten the breath and is therefore a good ingredient to use.
Drink fresh water to avoid a dry mouth. Nat sulph is an ingredient in some tonics that helps to maintain water balance and cleanses the body.
If you stick to some of these natural tips to avoid getting bad breath then you should be able to relax and engage with others with much more confidence knowing that you will not offend them with your bad breath.
So why not get out there, make new friends, and breathe easily!
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Author: RA Lovegrove – MD - Copyright © 2010
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