My son is three years old this year. Nothing has happened. But I found that he has bad breath some time ago. I don’t know what the reason is. I didn’t feel anything at the beginning. I thought it was inflamed. But after a month or two, I still will. It is clear that children brush their teeth every day when they get up and go to bed, but it also does. However, it doesn’t matter if children don’t like eating vegetables or anything. Who can help my 3-year-old with bad breath? It’s also hard to see a mother do this. I’m afraid it will affect her body later.
Halitosis in children is usually caused by gastrointestinal dyspepsia. This is because the child’s digestive organ development is not complete, and the digestive fluid in the stomach is not enough, which makes the digestive function weak. If the parents have no experience and feed everything to the child, it will lead to the food not digested in the child’s stomach and produce halitosis. The following methods can be used to treat children’s halitosis.
For the treatment of children’s halitosis, digestive and astringent drugs can be selected, such as pepsin, multienzyme tablets, lactase, tannic protein, etc. You can also use Chinese medicine reed root, mint and agastache to boil together, or 1% hydrogen peroxide, 2% soda, 2% boric acid, etc. choose one of them to wash your mouth, which can reduce halitosis.
Food product halitosis is often seen in 1-6-year-old urban children, which is mostly related to improper diet and feeding. This kind of children have a long-term anorexia, sallow and emaciated face, but they are mentally normal, so they can mainly consume food and stomach in medicine. Parents of 3-year-old children can use stir fried malt, Shenqu and Jiao hawthorn, 10 grams each, 6 grams of Agastache, boil it into juice, and drink it twice in the morning and evening.
Children’s halitosis is mostly caused by improper diet. So mom and dad should pay attention to feeding their children at ordinary times. Don’t think that they can eat anything, and let them form the habit of not being picky about food.