How to Cure Bad Breath
For people suffering from bad breath, this can be a condition far worse than suffering from asthma attack. Why? Simply because bad breath stinks, literally and figuratively! If you happen to have this foul-smelling mouth condition, or in short halitosis, most likely you are not aware of it until someone points out there is some terrible smell lingering while you are talking to them in close physical distance.
But then, that is always the problem with bad breath. You never know you have it unless you are lucky enough to have someone tell you have it. But if you are less lucky than that, things could be worse finding out that you have it. If you notice there is something wrong with you when every time you talk, the people in front of you cover their mouths. That's cruel for you, of course. Or, sometimes to make it less cruel, they distance themselves a bit from you to avoid that catching that stinking smell. But that's a little cruel for you; and nevertheless, a hurting and embarrassing one.
So if any of the above situations occur, don't let them allow you to retreat back into your closet. Never let them lose your confidence but instead find a solution how to cure your bad breath. There are many ways to counter the problems caused by having bad breaths, so you get up and start killing the reasons why you suffer from that condition. But what are the available ways to cure your bad breath?
First, be sure that you practice proper oral hygiene and you keep your mouth hydrated all throughout the day by drinking lots of water. Also, check with your doctor to find out if there are some infections you are suffering from. Sinus conditions produce infection bacteria, which causes bad bacteria compounds in your mouth; thus, the heavy foul breath smell. If you have infections, have them cured immediately. And while you are in the process of treatment, some oral mints, anti-bacteria mouth wash, tongue scrapers, and some bad breath kits can help to prevent bad bacteria from breeding foul odor.
Home remedies are also another way to cure bad breath. Certain herbs are the safe, natural, and effective methods which can easily put you out from your burden of carrying foul smelling breath. Some of these herbs which can help clean your mouth and breath are:
• Herbal toothpaste containing neem extracts. This is a tree that yields gum and seeds that gives off aromatic oil. Extras from the leaves are used for keeping breath good smelling. The neem solution can also be used as a regular mouthwash.
• Coriander leaves can be boiled to yield good oral dental mouthwash. Aloe vera with honey and water is another good herb solution to cure chronic bad breath.
• In addition to peppermint, cardamom and cloves are good for mouth freshener. These can be chewed for the purpose.
• Edible camphor can be used if bad breath is caused by medical infections such as sinusitis, tonsillitis, or nasty colds. The camphor is a good throat stimulant and at the same time effective in melting clogged mucus.
These herbs have been used by the ancient people, so why not try them at your home? These are safe, cheap, and effective. But before you take this cure be sure that you consult first with your doctor or dentist to find the real score why you have bad breath.