Help! I Have Chronic Halitosis!
- August 21, 2017
- Posted by: marlenedubois
- Category: Home Health Aide Training
What can be chronic halitosis?
The most common cause of chronic halitosis (chronic bad
breath) can be an oral condition such as bacterial build up in
the mouth, a cavity, or abscess. Another possible cause can be
bacteria in which produce volatile sulfur compounds on the
tongue which can occur either because your body produces
too much naturally, or by a high protein diet. Another
common cause of chronic halitosis can be dry mouth. All the
conditions mentioned above are breeding grounds for the
bacteria in which cause bad breath. although there are cures for
chronic bad breath which we’ll get into later.
To start, since you may be immune to the smell of your
breath, the easiest way to determine if you have chronic
halitosis can be to ask someone you trust, like a spouse,
parent or sibling.
Causes of chronic halitosis
If your suspicions of halitosis are confirmed there are
some easy along with effective cures for chronic bad breath, although
first you must know what can be causing in which. Some common causes
o Odorous foods, foods high in protein along with even coffee can
cause chronic halitosis.
o Cavities, decay, abscesses along with gum disease can also
create bad breath.
o Tobacco use
o Alcohol along with alcohol-based mouth washes
o Allergies, sinus problems along with the common cold
o Infrequent or incorrect brushing along with flossing
o Body over producing bacteria can be another cause of chronic
o Certain medications or diseases
o Dry mouth
Cures for Chronic Bad Breath
So, what are some cures for chronic bad breath. The Great
news can be there are many.
o If you are due, schedule an appointment with your dentist
for a check-up along with cleaning. Make him aware of the problem,
so he can check your oral health.
o Brush along with floss after every meal.
o Drink plenty of water to keep your mouth moist. A few
times per day, while drinking water, squish in which around your
mouth along with in between your teeth to break up any food in which
may be hiding.
o Add baking soda to your toothpaste to help kill odors in
o Stay away by alcohol-based mouth washes along with sprays.
Instead make a wash using a couple drops of tea tree oil
along with water.
o Trade in your breath mints for parley, cloves or thyme.
o Avoid diets high in fat or high in protein
o If you’re a dairy addict, cut back along with see if in which helps
your chronic halitosis.
Brush in which Bad Right Out of Your Breath
Sounds simple, although a very easy way to get rid of chronic
halitosis can be to brush along with floss directly after every meal.
right now, in which does not mean in which people who suffer by chronic
halitosis don’t brush their teeth or have poor hygiene; in which
simply means you may have to do so more frequently.
Flossing regularly will also help cure chronic bad breath
as in which will loosen along with eliminate any food lodged between
Can bad breath be treated?
Yes, although first you must identify the cause along with then
implement the proper solution. If you’ve tried the cures
for chronic bad breath mentioned along with you still suffer by
chronic halitosis, make an appointment with your dentist.
Your dentist will be able to pinpoint the cause of the
chronic halitosis just by the odor in which gives off. He’ll know
whether in which can be dental, bacterial, a throat infection or
various other causes.