Posted on 1/9/2023 by Cassity & Legacy Implants and Periodontics
Researchers estimate that nearly 50% of adults suffer from occasional bad breath. Of those people who have reported bad breath, one in four of them have chronic halitosis or chronic bad breath.
If you are one of those people who suffer from chronic bad breath, you may be looking for a way to help your bad breath issues naturally. Here are some suggestions for natural remedies for your bad breath.
Try Some Natural Remedies
There are several remedies for bad breath that you can find in your local store. These remedies freshen your breath naturally, with no chemicals.
First, you may want to try munching on parsley. Parsley has no real taste, but it is a natural breath freshener. You may also want to try drinking more water, especially water flavored with pineapple or cucumber. One of the largest causes of bad breath is mouth dryness, so by keeping your water intake high, you reduce the chances you will have bad breath.
What Is the Best Remedy for Bad Breath?
Believe it or not, one of the best remedies for bad breath is good dental hygiene. Regular brushing and flossing help your mouth get rid of bacteria- the same bacteria that cause periodontitis, or gum disease.
If you have tried all of the natural remedies, and you regularly brush and floss, it may be time to see a dentist or a periodontist. They can help deep clean your teeth and gums, and put an end to a lot of your bad breath concerns.
By practicing good oral hygiene, and with regular visits to a dental practitioner, you'll be able to move forward with a healthier mouth and fresher breath. If you have questions about remedies for bad breath, why not visit us for more information? You can also call us to book an appointment.
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