Hello, doctor. I’m a 63 year old. I’m still working in a fortune 500 company. Although I’m older, my ability is still very strong. I’m adored and proud. I often go on business on behalf of the company. At the last meeting, I talked to you. A young woman came to chat with me. As a result, the woman told me, I have a bit of halitosis. I remember that I have brushed my teeth several times. Excuse me, doctor, why do I have this situation? Is there any tips to solve this problem?
Hello, patient, don’t worry about it. Halitosis is a common condition. Although halitosis is common, halitosis will affect many things. For example, as you said, halitosis will affect the communication between you and women. When halitosis occurs, we should first understand where halitosis comes from?
It affects your teeth brushing several times, which shows that it’s not that you don’t pay attention to the halitosis caused by personal oral hygiene, but that it should be analyzed from other aspects, such as the health of the body. Halitosis is not only because you don’t pay attention to oral hygiene, but also because of the unhealthy factors of the body
Here’s a tip for you: eating millet healthy cereal food often can reduce the growth of oral bacteria and prevent halitosis more effectively. Drinking lemonade and drinking more water can keep your mouth moist. Adding a piece of lemonade to the water can stimulate saliva secretion and reduce the halitosis caused by anaerobic bacteria due to nasal plug, dry mouth or residual oral food
Halitosis is a relatively easy disease to treat. Don’t worry too much at ordinary times. To do a good job in personal oral health, you should go to the hospital to find a professional doctor to check what causes halitosis, and then you can easily solve it by symptomatic treatment