In fact, the problem of halitosis often occurs in our daily life, but don’t ignore it if you think it’s a small problem. A small problem may indicate a big problem in our body. We know that halitosis seriously affects people’s social interaction and mental health. In fact, halitosis is not only a problem of breath, but also an indication of some oral diseases or serious systemic and organic diseases. It’s better to go to the hospital to check whether there is any disease. What can we do if there is halitosis?
Many oral diseases or digestive system problems will lead to the emergence of halitosis. In fact, I said from my childhood that kelp is a good deodorant food. There are efficient deodorant substances in kelp, whose deodorant effect is three times of the existing halitosis inhibitor flavonoids.
We don’t need to go to the hospital specially to take medicine for treatment. On the premise of no disease, we’d better have food therapy at home. Healthy cereal millet can reduce the growth of oral bacteria. Adding celery and fennel to millet diet can prevent bad breath better
Pay more attention to the normal diet. Many stimulating foods will produce bad breath. White wine, beer, wine, whiskey and other drinks need to be avoided. Their residues will adhere to the tartar and penetrate into the digestive system. When you exhale, you may vomit alcohol, which gives people a bad feeling of alcohol fumigation
In fact, a lot of things will produce bad breath. The smell of spicy food like onion and garlic is easy to stay in the mouth after eating. If you eat too much, the smell can linger in your mouth for up to 24 hours, no matter how hard you brush your teeth