Bad health = halitosis is a very common oral health problem. People of any age may have halitosis. Researchers have determined that bad breath typically begins when the waste produced by bacteria in the mouth, nose or stomach comes into contact with the air.
When bacterial plaque is not removed from the teeth, the gums or between the teeth, it continues to grow and ultimately may lead to halitosis, tooth decay and gum disease.
Biologists have found that numerous types of bacteria contribute to halitosis.
All of these bacteria are found in other types of unpleasant ordors, including corpse scent, decayed meat, rotten egg stench, smelly feet as well as feces aroma to think that such scents could be emanating from your mouth is unpleasant indeed, illustrating the importance of proper dental hygiene and regular dental check-ups.
- Use good dental hygiene(brushing twice a day teeth and tongue,flossing) - Maintain a proper diet - Use bad breath aids(mouthwash,mouthspray,etc..)