How to End Bad Breath

More than half of Americans today suffer from bad breath, according to the American Dental Association. Even if you don’t regularly eat garlic and onions (the most common offenders), you may still suffer from bad breath. Luckily, simple techniques can help you eliminate it. Keep up Your Dental Hygiene Brushing your teeth at least twice a day helps keep bad breath away. Brushing your teeth eliminates the food debris in and around your teeth that eventually turns into enamel-eating bacteria. We also recommend that you try flossing at the end of each day. This helps eliminate the debris that sits between your teeth that brushing doesn’t reach. Any food left behind creates a breeding ground for bacteria and causes bad breath. Use a Germ-Killing Mouth Wash A minty mouth seems like the answer to fresh breath, but it’s only a Band-Aid over the issue. Choose a mouthwash with antiseptic properties that kills the germs causing the bad breath. Otherwise, you simply mask the odor and may even make it worse. Stop Smoking Everyone knows smoking

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