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Problems with Bad Breath?

Hmmmm..sounds pretty familiar, mostly people are disgusted with a person who don't know that they have a stinky breath. Are you willing to risk your friendship just to tell your friend that her/his mouth stinks? Will you ever have the confidence or guts that you might not hurt your friends feelings after telling him/her what's going on with them?

I would really do that, but not in public that would humiliate my friend. If s/he is really a true friend s/he would understand that I CARE for him/her, LOVE and True to him/her. Because I will also get hurt when someone would talk behind his/her back about the problem.

Besides, I can't handle talking to someone who do have mouth problems and I would never even get close to it. Well I mean who does? I went online and start browsing which really is true. This might be a helpful source for you too.

ProFresh attacks bad breath at it's source - your tongue! That's right, scientific studies have shown that bad breath is caused by bacteria that accumulate on the back of your tongue. ProFresh has been scientifically developed and proven clinically effective to remove bad breath bacteria, eliminating the noxious odors they produce and leaving you with fresh clean breath. Source ffrom here

There are lots of myths about taking care of bad breath. Here are three things you may have heard about bad breath that are not true:
Myth #1 - Mouthwash will make bad breath go away.
Mouthwash only gets rid of bad breath temporarily. If you do use mouthwash, look for an antiseptic (kills the germs that cause bad breath) and plaque-reducing one with a seal from the American Dental Association (ADA). When you're deciding which dental products to toss into your shopping cart, it's always a good idea to look for those that are accepted by the ADA. Also, ask your dentist what he or she recommends.
Myth #2 - As long as you brush your teeth, you shouldn't have bad breath.
The truth is that most people only brush their teeth for 30 to 45 seconds, which just doesn't cut it. To sufficiently clean all the surfaces of your teeth, you should brush for at least 2 minutes at least twice a day. Remember to brush your tongue, too - bacteria love to hang out there. It's equally important to floss because brushing alone won't remove harmful plaque and food particles that become stuck between your teeth and gums.
Myth #3 - If you breathe into your hand, you'll know when you have bad breath.
Wrong! When you breathe, you don't use your throat the same way you do when you talk. When you talk, you tend to bring out the odors from the back of your mouth (where bad breath originates), which simply breathing doesn't do. Also, because we tend to get used to our own smells, it's hard for a person to tell if he or she has bad breath.
If you're concerned about bad breath, make sure you're taking care of your teeth and mouth properly. Some sugar-free gums and mints can temporarily mask odors, too.
If you brush and floss properly and visit your dentist for regular cleanings, but your bad breath persists, you may have a medical problem like sinusitis or gum disease. Call your doctor or dentist if you suspect a problem. They can figure out if something else is behind your bad breath and help you take care of it. Source from here

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