Generally speaking, halitosis is not a disease and will not bring much harm to human body. However, due to the particularity of its symptoms, it will seriously affect people’s social activities and cause psychological diseases. Therefore, how to prevent halitosis is particularly important. When my baby had this symptom before, the doctor’s advice is: prevention is better than treatment. It means that it is much better to do a good job of daily prevention than to go to the doctor again in case of emergency. So friends, you must do a good job in preventing children’s cold and bad breath. How to share halitosis with you today?
A lot of times, halitosis is caused by gastrointestinal dysfunction, i.e. dyspepsia. It’s better to eat something helpful for digestion, such as apples, lemons, lettuce, etc., which can be mixed with some fruits and vegetables. Salad is a better choice.
Eat regularly. Eat more fruits and vegetables, mix them up, not picky, not partial, not overeating. People who smoke, drink alcohol, drink coffee and often eat spicy food such as onion, garlic, leek, etc., or who are fond of stinky food such as stinky tofu, etc., are also prone to halitosis.
Peanuts to get rid of bad breath. Remove the red coat or skin of peanut directly. Then pour it into boiling water and stew until the peanuts are completely soft. If the peanuts have loose powder, it’s better to drink water for three days. The old man said that drinking raw water often can eliminate bad breath.
In life, more water can keep the mouth moist. Adding a piece of lemon in the water can stimulate saliva secretion and reduce the halitosis caused by anaerobic bacteria caused by stuffy nose, dry mouth or residual food in the mouth.