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    Amir22 is offline Junior Member 510 points
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    Stop bad breath

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    You can prevent that unfriendly odour. It is caused by oral bacteria. A toungue scraper may help, but dental care may be needed. Mouth rinses are effective, as are flossing and brushing teeth twice a day.
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    good points.

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    There is one simple thing you can do to help, though: Clean your tongue. The rough surface of the tongue is home to a potentially foul-smelling combination of dead cells, food debris, bacteria and the byproducts of bacterial digestion -- factors that all contribute to less-than-fresh breath. Be sure to brush your tongue with your toothbrush after you brush your teeth. Or, for a more effective scrubbing, use a tongue cleaner.
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    Like the points.... sometimes oral diseases can cause bad breath.
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    I've read that staying hydrated also helps eliminate bad breath. Dry mouth can also be the culprit for bad breath since our mouths needs a lot of saliva (natural antibacterial) to remain almost odor free. So drinking lots of fluids could really help our bodies produce saliva which in turn would help clean our mouths. Of course, brushing twice a day, flossing once a day, and using mouthwash are no brainers.

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