We've all woken up in the morning with bad breath. Bad enough to make our significant other jump out of bed and run away. Morning breath can give us a bad start to our day. Fortunately, there are ways to avoid it. Let's talk about some of them in today's video…
Are you eating the right foods? Do you need to quit smoking? Wait, do you need to stop drinking alcohol? We're talking all that AND more.
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Intro – 0:00
Brush Your Teeth Properly – 0:24
Brushing Too Long – 1:16
Brushing Technique – 2:02
Brushing Your Tongue – 2:34
Learn To Floss – 3:09
Diet – 4:06
Gastrointestinal Reflux – 4:57
Quit Smoking – 5:48
Alcohol – 6:19
You need to brush your teeth properly.
Let’s get down to the basics. If your breath is terrible in the morning, you’re probably not taking care of your teeth. I’m not saying you don’t brush your teeth or anything. Chances are you’re just not doing it properly.
There’s also such a thing as brushing too long!
Since we were little kids, our parents have told us to brush our teeth. Being as we’ve had it drilled into our heads at this point, many of us may actually overdo it. It’s possible to brush your teeth too much.
And what exactly is the brushing technique?
How silly would we be if we didn’t tell you. A lot of folks, including myself, have gotten it wrong. You first want to hold your toothbrush at a 45-degree angle to your gums. Brush each tooth with short strokes.
Make sure you’re brushing your tongue!
We spend so much time focusing on our teeth, we often forget to take care of our tongue. This is where your morning breath problems may be coming from. Your tongue may have certain bacteria sitting on the back.
You should also learn to floss.
One of our biggest mistakes when it comes to maintaining our teeth is with flossing. If you have problems with brushing, chances are flossing comes with its own set of challenges.
Let’s switch over to your diet.
It’s not just your personal hygiene that’s making your breath smell. The foods you eat are also contributing to morning breath. There are certain snacks that cause your mouth to dry up. This reduces the flow of saliva, and allows bacteria to build up overnight.
Bad breath is also linked to gastrointestinal reflux.
Also known as acid reflux, gastrointestinal reflux is the backward flow of stomach acid into your esophagus.
You should also quit smoking!
I don’t really need to tell you this, but smoking is one of the worst things for your health. Without getting into all the health hazards, smoking is awful for your breath. The more cigarettes you smoke in a day, the worse your breath will be when you wake up.
Alcohol is something else that dries your mouth.
Just relax, party people. I’m not telling you to stop drinking booze altogether. You just need to cut back if you’re going to save your breath. A long night of drinking can leave you dehydrated. This reduces your production of saliva.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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