4 WAYS TO QUICKLY GET ROD OF MOUTH ODOUR OR BAD BREATH NATURALLY.
Mouth odour, bad breath or Halitosis is a humiliating condition where your mouth stinks like a sewer, if not worse.
It is caused by many factors including poor oral hygiene. However, mouth odour can be cured and you won’t have to worry about tilting your face to one end when talking with your friend, spouse or parents.
I once had a friend with Halitosis. He was nearly always alone since no one wanted to sit near him because of the stale stench of his breath.
This affected him psychologically and before long he began to slip into depression.
It wasn’t long before I found him sitting in a corner of the faculty gulping an entire tin of mint. I later got to k ow that eating plenty mint was a Ritual to him to help fight his mouth odour but it kept coming back.
I spoke to him about some natural remedies I tried when I had similar problem and asked him to try them too.
It worked. Barely 2 months later he had garnered for himself a lot of friends (because he was a lot more good looking but for his breath).
How to get rid of mouth odour once and for all with this home remedies.
1. Drink a lot of water.
People tend to underestimate the power of water. Contrary to popular belief, water doesn’t only just quench thirst. It does a lot more to the body.
Water cleanses the skin and makes it glow. It is also a very effective way to get rid of Halitosis.
How To Use: Put yourself on a water therapy for 2 months or more. Drink as much as 10 tumblers of water daily for 2 months and notice how fresh your breath gets.
2. Change Your Toothbrush Every Two Months.
Change your toothbrush every two months regardless how new it still appears. When the tips get worn out they become soft are act as comfortable breeding grounds for germs that can cause Halitosis.
3. Avoid consuming too much spicey food.
Things like Garlic and ginger if consumed very often can cause bad breath. So be moderate with your consumption or totally hault their consumption for a while as you treat for bad breath.
4. Consume lots of Orange or Lemon.
Chew a piece of lemon or orange rind for a mouth- freshening burst of flavor. (Wash the rind thoroughly first.) The citric acid will stimulate the salivary glands—and fight bad breath.
5. Brush regularly.
Brush your mouth after every mill to wash off any lingering particle of food. These crumps, if left stuck to your teeth with be acted upon by bacteria and mouth odour will be the natural outcome.
These are very easy ways to get rid of bad breath. Please use the comment section for interaction.