There are many remedies or tactics for getting rid of bad breath, as well as improving the health of your teeth and gums. Many people face the problem of having bad breath, despite brushing their teeth regularly and as needed. The main cause of having bad breath is imbalances in your mouth bacteria. Luckily, there are many ways to fight this and get rid of your problem with bad breath! If you follow these typical tactics and still find your problems persisting, you may want to contact your dentist to figure out the cause of your bad breath issues specifically.
One of the first steps to removing bad mouth stench is to rinse your mouth out with a saltwater solution. The saltwater and its acidity can help prevent the building up of infectious bacteria in your mouth, leading to a cleaner mouth overall as well as a better smell.
For a temporary solution to smelly breath, you can drink green tea which helps the smell because of its antibacterial properties. It also has a deodorant action to fight the smell as well. Drinking a few cups during the day can keep your mouth from giving off a stench.
One of the best products to use for removing bad breath properties is Aloe Vera. Aloe Vera is a plant extract that is naturally antifungal and antibacterial. Aloe is extremely effective at removing built up teeth plaque and it’s also a great product to help produce the creation of collagen in your mouth which helps improve your mouth’s ability to heal.
Keeping hydrated and drinking water often throughout the day keeps your mouth wet and helps produce saliva, both of which help keep your mouth moist to prevent the growth of bacteria. This helps prevent the creation of properties that contribute to the negative smells in your mouth.
The most important and easiest step to keeping up your oral hygiene and preventing negative odors in the mouth is to brush for at least two minutes, twice a day, morning and night- as well as flossing once every day, preferably at night before bed. These are the most important factors to keeping a healthy mouth and working towards getting rid of bad smelling properties in your mouth. Flossing and brushing remove built-up plaque and foods from the day, so they don’t sit and build up even more throughout the night and next days. That is why it is extremely needed to get rid of those remains from your teeth every day, as well as after every time you eat or drink anything sweet, acidic, or carbonated.
In addition to brushing your teeth, it is important to make sure you brush at your gums, the insides of your cheeks, the roof of your mouth, and especially your tongue. These are the other areas in your mouth that gather up lots of residue and properties that produce negative smells. Scrubbing these areas as well will help out a lot with removing bad breath problems.
Another factor that goes into affecting your breath negatively is your stress levels. Being stressed can cause negative odors to not only your body and sweat glands but your mouth as well. However, along with this, research has also shown that stress may be changing your body’s bacterias itself, causing negative smelling properties to become more prominent in your mouth. Getting your stress under control and picking up relaxation tactics can really help reduce the production of stress-caused properties that affect your mouth negatively.
If all else fails, there are always multiple essential oils available to try, which help with bad breath issues in different ways. The first useful essential oil to try out would definitely be peppermint essential oil. Gargling this oil will kill off any harmful bacteria as well as leave your mouth smelling fresh and minty. Mixing a couple drops of peppermint oil in water and swishing this mixture for at least 30 seconds at a time will help improve your breaths freshness and overall health a lot.
The second helpful oil to use is an orange essential oil. Its orange properties are very anti-odor, which is why many effective cleaning products are scented with orange. In this orange oil, what helps fight off these bad breath causing microbes, is the fact that this oil is rich with antioxidant limonene.
The third, and last, oil/tactic for helping rid you of your bad breath problem is to use a clove essential oil that contains antimicrobial and antifungal properties. These properties fight against the bacterias that lead to bad breath as well as digestive problems.
These are many of the useful ways of ridding yourself of negative smelling breath and improving the health of your teeth, gums, and overall oral health. If you have any questions on these tactics or would like more information, be sure to contact us!