Bad Breath? 7 Hacks That Will Save You From A Bad First Impression
Bad breath can be embarrassing for you, and uncomfortable for the people around you. You might not realize it, but bad breath is a put-off to one’s personality as a whole. On the other hand, fresh breath always acts as a bonus to one’s impression. Here are some hacks that will help you get rid of bad breath, and keep your breath stay fresh and smelling good for a longer period of time.
8-10 Glasses of Water a Day
Drink at least 8 glasses of water in a day; and every time you drink it, make sure you swish it in your mouth. This will help your mouth to be free from any bacteria or leftover food chunks which cause bad breath. Also, make sure you rinse your mouth properly after every meal.
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Keep some cloves with you always and chew a handful of them once in the middle of the day. It is said that cloves have antiseptic qualities that help fight bad-breath causing bacteria. It’s also good for healthy gums.
Brush Twice A Day
Brush your teeth after every meal or at least twice a day, in the morning after waking up and at night before going to sleep. Make sure you use a good quality toothbrush with soft bristles. You can try theaquawhite™ Spa toothbrush, which is extremely gentle on the teeth and gums, and will leave a clean, spa-like feeling in your mouth after brushing.
Replace Your Toothbrush After Every 2-3 Months
Replace your toothbrush every once in two-three months, for it might not come in the notice but the bristles of the toothbrush become ineffective in a span of two-three months. This result in an improper cleaning of your teeth, which obviously means that bacteria won’t be flushed out of your mouth even after you brush, causing bad breath.
Make sure you floss your teeth gently, twice a day. It will help your teeth to be free from any leftover food residue that decays later and causes bacteria, resulting in bad breath.
Regular Dental Checkups
Make sure that you visit your dentist regularly. Dentists are able to identify and figure out infections much before they start showing physical damage. A visit to the dentist will prevent any damage that can occur later.
Don’t forget to clean your tongue with a tongue scraper every morning after brushing your teeth. It’s very easy for bacteria to place themselves between the pores of the tongue and cause bad breath. You can buy the aquawhite™ Active Clean toothbrush that comes with a FREE Tongue Cleaner to get rid of any such bacteria.