Your Bad Breath Check List – Never Have Bad Breath Again

1. Practice consistent, proper oral hygiene. Brushing and flossing regularly is fundamental to your dental health, and helps combat bad breath. Generally it is recommended to brush and floss 2 to 3 times a day. (Too often and you may harm tooth enamel and even create an environment more prone to bad breath!) Flossing is…

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The Best Treatment for Food-Related Bad Breath

As a halitosis specialist at the Center for Breath Treatment with more than 15 years in the field, I have been asked to endorse a number of bad breath products. Most of these products were ineffective. They tend to focus on superficial “cover up” techniques and almost never use true science to address the condition’s…

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How to Get Rid of Bad Breath: Tips for Relieving Transient Bad Breath

There are two types of bad breath, transient and chronic. Transient bad breath, as the name implies, is a temporary condition. Transient bad breath may be caused by a variety of factors including, but not limited to dietary habits, inadequate oral hygiene, dehydration and certain prescription medications. Chronic bad breath also known as chronic halitosis…

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Sinus Irrigation – The Benefits of Effective Nasal Irrigation

Sinus irrigation, also known has nasal irrigation, is a procedure that clears the nasal passages of mucus and debris, yielding significant health benefits. The procedure is simple and with the right tools, can be performed safely in the home. There are several ways to perform a sinus rinse, starting with the very basic cupping water…

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Top 4 Causes of Bad Breath

There are numerous causes for bad breath, ranging from the simple and somewhat easy to correct, to the more complex and difficult to treat. Identifying the correct cause(s) for your bad breath, will make you better equipped to treating your condition. In most cases, bacteria are the underlying culprit of halitosis. The tricky part is…

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The Sonic Toothbrush – Your Ally in Combating Bad Breath

When it comes to halitosis, there are a number of different possible underlying biological root causes. One of the most commonly identified factors is your oral environment (i.e. the state of your mouth). Even if you brush several times a day, brushing with a standard toothbrush will not remove the plaque and bacteria that exist…

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Xerostomia – Treating Chronic Dry Mouth

Dry mouth, a conditional also known as xerostomia, is reported to affect a third of the US adult population. There are two main causes for xerostomia. The first is aging. Saliva production naturally decreases as we grow older. The second most common cause is medication. More than 600 different types of medication site dry mouth…

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The Hydro Pulse Sinus Irrigation System – An Overview & Instructions for Use

Sinus irrigation is a highly effective treatment for sinusitis, allergies and chronic nasal congestion. During nasal irrigation, salt water or saline is pushed through the sinus and nasal cavities, flushing out mucous, pus, phlegm, bacteria and debris, all of which lead to sinus inflammation. Sinus irrigation also thins out natural secretions, reducing congestion. It washes…

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Chronic Sinusitis & Bad Breath

If you suffer from chronic sinusitis, you are probably acutely aware of the many of the uncomfortable sinusitis symptoms. Many sinusitis sufferers experience sinus pain behind the eyes, as well as the cheeks, forehead and temples due to inflammation in the sinus cavities. Sinus pressure can result in full-blown headaches and even, strangely enough, toothaches….

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Tips for Treating Bad Breath

According to the American Dental Association somewhere between 35 and 45 percent of the population suffers from chronic halitosis. Bad breath can be a social obstacle and a source of anxiety. Gum and mouth washes only temporarily mask the problem. Halitosis is a persistent condition and always returns to create discomfort, shame and embarrassment.There are…

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