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Although we all like to be smelling good at all times, it is normal to exhale some not-so-pleasant smells after a heavy workout or after eating a dish full of garlic. You certainly went through it already.
We already have a video about body odors that you should pay attention to, as they might be signs of issues in your body. Have you watched it?
In today’s video, we will talk about bad breath. Do you have bad breath or know someone who does?
Around 90% of all bad breath cases are originated in the mouth. The triggers can be simple, like eating a pizza full of garlic or biting into a delicious hamburger with raw onions.
Brush your teeth and use mouthwash to get rid of any smells and prevent cavities that cause bad breath.
The other 10% of halitosis cases are considered extra-oral, caused by diseases that affect the nose, sinuses, tonsils, esophagus, or blood. It includes infections, diabetes, stomach disorders, or the use of certain medications Did you know that?
Watch the video to learn 2 probable causes of halitosis that you didn’t know!
We will also explore some simple methods to prevent halitosis, using natural treatments and home remedies.
Besides these tips, try brushing your teeth at least twice a day and floss at night. You will be doing a huge favor, both to your mouth and breathing.
And remember: if you are about to kiss someone who has stinky breath, know that it could be the SELENBP1 gene…
0:00 Causes of Bad Breath
1:19 Genetics and Bad Breath
2:02 Bad Breath and Zinc Deficiency
2:31 How to Prevent and Treat Halitosis
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