Most of us wake up in the morning with bad breath. But what is the reason? And what can be done to get rid of it?
Medically, bad breath has nothing to do with human health. According to medical experts, the salivary glands in the mouth do not produce saliva at night which makes the mouth dry.
During this time the number of bacteria increases. And the waste from these bacteria causes a bad odour. According to medical experts, cleaning the tongue and teeth before going to bed at night can help reduce the unpleasant odour in the mouth.
Teeth can be cleaned with a toothbrush, a metal or plastic strip for cleaning the tongue, and a plastic or silk thread to clean the space between the teeth. In addition, a variety of mouthwash solutions can be used.
If a piece of food gets stuck in the space between your teeth while eating, then you should take even more care of cleaning your teeth. Eat anything but rinse afterwards and brush your teeth well in the morning and evening.
If despite all the efforts and tips to clean teeth, bad breath does not go away, then you should not delay going to the doctor. Sometimes bad breath is a sign of an illness.