HOW TO CONTROL BAD BREATH NATURALLY
Most awkward situation when people stay away from you while talking because of bad breath. Don’t worry because you are not alone there are so many other people who are suffering in that situation. Bad breath is also known as halitosis. Poor oral hygiene is the most common reason of bad breath. How to control your bad breath?
There are so many bacteria in our mouth that is why when bacteria grows in your teeth, tongue and gums as well then it produce disagreeable smelly gases. Not only this, even those bacteria can also lead tooth decay and even any gum disease.
In this article we will tell you that how to control bad breath naturally.
Sometimes bad mouth smell can temporary because of eating some smelly food such as onion, garlic etc., but if you have bad breath problem all time then it can cause of any other problem. Some common causes of bad breath are following.
- Poor hygiene
- Using tobacco product
- Infection in mouth
- Dry mouth
- Other serious diseases such as cancer, distinctive breath odor, metabolic disorders, gastro esophageal reflux disease or GERD.
If you have bad breath problem with any serious disease then consult with your doctor before using any remedy and also don’t do self-medication.
NATURAL REMEDIES FOR BAD BREATH
Bad breath can control from natural remedies make sure your diet and life style should very healthy. The good thing is that there are no side effects of any remedies because all are pure and natural. Following are the natural remedies.
You can control your bad breath from water. According to research, sometimes dry mouth can be cause of bad breath that is why saliva is most important process because it keeps your mouth clean also control bacteria growth.
You also feel bad smell in the morning because when you sleep your mouth naturally dries that is the reason of bad breath after wake up.
If you want to prevent from dry mouth then you should hydrate yourself. Drink plenty of water at least 8 to 10 glasses in a day without adding any flavor and sugar. It will help to increase saliva and this saliva will fight protect you from bacteria.
FENNEL SEEDS AND ANISE SEEDS
Fennel seeds and anise seeds use as to treat bad breath and this is very old method. Fennel seeds are very rich in minerals, fiber zinc, iron, copper, calcium, potassium, magnesium and manganese. Anise seed has also contains great actives with antifungal. Both seeds have power to fight with mouth bacteria which can be causes of bad breath.
This is sweet in taste and also contains aromatic essential oil which gives fresh breath.
You can eat anise and fennel seeds in plain, covered with sugar and roasted form.
Green tea is another most effective remedy to control bad breath. This research shows that the deodorizing and disinfectant properties are present in green tea which can temporarily treat bad breath and gives mouth freshness. Even mint has comparable actives. So drink a cup of green tea and get fresh breath.
Make 2 cups of green tea drink 1 cup before going to sleep and refrigerate remaining tea overnight. Then pour the cool tea into bottle and slowly sip throughout the day.
Following are some foods which can be very helpful to treat bad breath.
- Fruits: apple, orange, pineapple juice
- Yogurt and milk
- Chew some fresh parsley and mint after taking meal
- Always clean your mouth and brush after every meal and before going to sleep
In this article now we are going to tell you homemade mouthwash remedy. You can make mouthwash with baking soda and vinegar.
1. WITH BAKING SODA
- Baking soda (2 teaspoons)
- Warm water (1 cup)
Mix both ingredients and swish this mouthwash around all over in mouth for 30 seconds then spit out.
According to study baking soda also known as sodium bicarbonate which can kill mouth bacteria also research shows toothpaste contains baking soda which reduces bad breath.
2. WITH VINEGAR
- Apple cider vinegar (2 tablespoons)
- Water (1 cup)
Mix both ingredients then gargle for 30 seconds then spit out.
Vinegar has natural acid which is known as acetic acid which can control the growth of bacteria.