Halitosis, is an unpleasant odor of the mouth. It can occur on occasion, or it can be a chronic condition. It may be caused by foods a person eats, poor oral hygiene, medical conditions, or other factors.

Food is a primary source of bad odors that come from the mouth. Some foods, such as garlic, onions, and spicy foods, exotic spices (such as curry), some cheeses, fish, and acidic beverages such as coffee can leave a lingering smell. Most of the time this is short term. Other foods may get stuck in the teeth, promoting the growth of bacteria, which causes bad breath odor. Low carbohydrate diets may also cause “ketone breath.” These diets cause the body to burn fat as its energy source. The end-product of making this energy is ketones, which cause a fruity acetone-like odor on the breath when exhaled.

Bad breath can be because of many reasons like sinus problem, indigestion, stomach related and lung problems, gum diseases, poor oral hygiene, radiation therapy, hunger, menstrual problems, mouth breathing, dieting, bronchitis, consumption of coffee, tea, tobacco, alcohol etc.Some home remedies have given to stop bad breath.

But we suggest you to keep your stomach clean as stomach causes 90 % of problems and bad breath is also related to stomach upsets.

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Halitosis (Bad breath) Treatment

Causes of Bad Breath (Halitosis) also include:

1. Food: The breakdown of food particles in and around your teeth can increase bacteria and cause a foul odor.

2. Tobacco products: Smoking causes its own unpleasant mouth odor.

3. Poor dental hygiene: Using low quality products to clean teeth.

4. Dry mouth: Not drinking water regularly.

5. Medications: Some medicines give last tasting to the tongue and mouth.

6. Infections in your mouth: Serious ulcers and mouth diseases.

7. Other mouth, nose and throat conditions: Nostril and throat diseases.

8. Other medical conditions: Cancer, metabolic disorder and stomach acidity.

9. Drugs: Using banned drugs for medication. Excessive use of party drugs.

10. Excessive alcoholism: Drinking alcohol at day time regularly.

11. Not cleaning teeth regularly: Skipping brushing of teeth, soft gum massage and mouth wash.

12. Not using tongue cleaner regularly: Skipping removal of food particles from tongue

Foods causing Bad Breath (Halitosis)

While it’s not surprising that these foods add taste and flavor to life, what might shock you is how regularly eating these foods can have lasting mark on the tongue and mouth.

1. Garlic.

2. Onions.

3. Dairy.

4. Coffee and Alcohol.

5. Horseradish.

Prevention Tips on Halitosis (Bad breath)

1. Eat healthy fibrous foods and avoid constipation problem.

2. Drink lots of water especially in the morning.

3. Don’t jump breakfast and don’t give much gap for breakfast after you get up.

4. Avoid Mouth Breathing.

5. Regular flossing, brushing of teeth and cleaning tongue are must.

Halitosis (Bad breath) - Ayurveda Natural Home Remedies

Ayurveda Treatment in Halitosis (Bad breath)

1. Chewing Basil (Tulsi) leaves everyday helps to stop bad breath problem.

2. Equal quantities of Areca nut (Supari), Garlic and Nut meg (Joy phal) powdered. One spoon of this powder taken with water before sleeping stops bad breath.

3. Pomegranate (Anar) skin can be boiled in water and washing mouth with this water also helps to cure bad breath.

4. Chewing Tender Henna (Mehandi) leaves and spitting its juice also helps to stop bad breath problem.

5. Boil some Mint (Pudina) leaves in water and keep drinking this water or just chewing Mint leaves helps to stop bad breath.

Halitosis (Bad breath) - Ayurvedic Natural Home Remedies

6. Durva (Dub, a grass used to worship Lord Ganesha) boiled in water and this filtered water used as a mouth wash also stops bad breath.

7. Ginger juice mixed with hot water can be used as a mouth wash also stops bad breath.

8. Eating Californian raisin (Monakka) daily for 15 days helps to cure bad breath.

9. Washing mouth with Lemon water which also helps to stop bad breath.

10. Eating Roasted Cumin seeds (Jeera) or Carrom (Ajwain) seeds or Carrom leaf or Aniseeds (Sauf) also helps to stop bad breath.

11. Sucking a Cardamom (Elaichi) or Clove (Laung) after meals also helps to stop bad breath.

12. Long pepper (Pipple) powdered and taken with Honey regularly helps to stop bad breath.

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