Is it possible to stop persistent bad breath (also known as halitosis) in less time than it will take you to read this article?Absolutely! Unquestionably!If you have been plagued with persistent bad breath, this article will provide you a simple, easy and fast way how to get rid of bad breath once and for all.The sad fact is bad breath is the #1 reason people go to the dentist. While halitosis can be a sign of more underlying issues that we’ll discuss later, more than 80% of bad breath can be eliminated by applying a simple two step oral hygiene technique we’ll explain in this article.We know, we’ve been there. We’ve had the persistent bad breath that makes you self conscious about talking in confined spaces and causes you anxiety of the possibility of a snuggle with your romantic partner.We all know that reaching for breath mints, with all their sugar or artificial whatever, serve as just a band-aid trying to cover up what a simple oral hygiene technique can eliminate so easily.
Before we lay out this simple strategy, let’s take a quick look at the main culprits that cause bad breath. For a deeper understanding on the causes of bad breath, stay tuned for an upcoming article where we will dive deep into understanding each of these causes.Interestingly, there’s a common thread through many of these. Biochemically, a major contributor of bad breath is a high sulfur environment.(1) Lots of sulfur in the mouth can be simply caused by the classic ‘garlic and onions’ breath. You see, garlic and onions are high in sulfur (which is very good for you by the way.Also, the bacteria that live in our mouths (oral biome) produce sulfur rich compounds as a waste product from them living in our mouths. The bad bugs implicated with gum disease also produce this same sulfur rich waste while they undermine one’s oral health populating along and under the gum line.