If you have unpleasant smelly bad breath (halitosis) your friends will probably not say anything to you about it, but a wiff of bad breath is pretty unpleasant so you may notice that they turn their head away when you speak!
Mild to chronic bad breath problems are very likely related to your oral bacteria balance or to a dry mouth condition. Fresh water or herbal teas intake and avoiding alcohol and smoking will help fix dry mouth problems, but to get fresher smelling breath from oral bacteria you may like to try the following re-balancing method.
Start by using dental floss to remove food from between your teeth. Then gently brush your teeth at least once a day with a medium-soft toothbrush and toothpaste. If possible also use a medium-soft toothbrush and water to remove residual food from between your teeth after eating food during the day.
Once a day use a tongue scraper to reduce the bad breath bacteria on your tongue. The aim is to scrape the surface 'gunk' off the top of the tongue. Once a day should be enough.
The next step is to buy a strong anti-bacterial rinse from a drug-store. Swill the anti-bacterial fluid around in your mouth for 30 seconds and then spit it out. Do this twice to kill as many oral bad breath bacteria as you can.
The tongue scraper and anti-bacterial mouthwash will kill many surface bacteria on your tongue but after 10-15 minutes bacteria will begin to grow back in the 'cleared space'.
If you do nothing more the smelly bad breath bacteria will simply return to their previous strength and your bad breath problem will be the same as it was before. You will have made no enduring improvement with eliminating the bad breath problem.
You need to alter your oral bacterial balance by introducing millions of healthy BLIS k12 microbes which you get from a BLIS k12 supplement. The BLIS k12 microbes in the supplement will colonize in the 'cleared space' you created with the antibacterial mouthwash.
You don't want to kill these BLIS k12 microbes so wait 15-20 minutes from the time you used the antibacterial mouthwash before you place a BLIS lozenge on the upper side of your tongue. Let the BLIS k12 lozenge slowly dissolve, which should take about 15 minutes. During that time the lozenge will release the BLIS k12 that you need to help to alter your oral bacterial balance.
Each time you use an anti-bacterial mouth rinse you will kill many of your oral bacteria, but the daily BLIS k12 lozenges will replenish the lost BLIS bacteria and gradually create a natural oral balance that will reduce your unpleasant bad breath.Top
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