Bad Breath, also called Halitosis (Halitosis is the medical term for ï¿½bad breathï¿½) is an extremely restrictive condition, and it affects millions of people. It restricts people from leading a normal life. Maybe you have shied away from a conversation because you knew you had bad breath ? Or have you ever cut a conversation short because the person you spoke to had bad breath ? There wouldn’t be considered a person on earth who hasn’t. Bad breath is really a social turn-off.
And it doesn’t just restrict people in their social lives, it has far-reaching ramifications for Business people who deal face-to-face with customers. After all, what chance does a Salesperson have if they have bad breath ? I bet they might have a better potential for closing a deal if they had fresh clean breath.
There is a massive misconception in what really causes halitosis. Some definitions point towards poor oral hygiene, general neglect of one’s teeth, periodontal disease (gum disease), deeply furrowed tongue, sinus infection, tonsillitis, diet, drying of oral tissues, digestive problems, smoking, systemic diseases, lung or sinus infection, uremia, or cirrhosis of the liver, helminthiasis (intestinal parasitic infections), diabetes, kidney failure, sinusitis, tonsilloliths, gastroesophageal reflux disorder (GERD), trimethylaminuria (TMAU), hormone changes, and a wide variety of prescription drugs……..
You can find volumes and volumes of studies and reports on which causes halitosis, and what fixes halitosis, and you can find hundreds, if not a large number of so-called solutions for treating bad breath. Gum, Breath mints, breath strips and mouthwash are NOT the answer. They’re just part of a multibillion-dollar-a-year industry which provide a very short ‘mask’ for the true cause. Did キラハクレンズ know most commercial mouthwashes contain more alcohol when compared to a six-pack of beer?, or did you know most commercial toothpastes contain a ‘soap’ that actually dries out your mouth?
But when it boils down to pure logic and basic sense, there appears to be just one stand-out proponent of a bad-breath ‘fix’, and the data to support that is so simple to understand. Dr. Harold Katz proposes that bad breath (halitosis) is due to the reaction of (i) naturally occurring bacteria in the mouth area with (ii) certain proteins which are found in foods we eat, as well as in mucus/phlegm, blood and broken-down oral tissues. And that is it.
The bacteria that is found in our mouths is essential for the initial stages of digesting the foods we consume. But sometimes the reaction of these bacteria and certain proteins will result in the odorous sulfur compounds being present in our mouths, and these compounds cause bad breath. Dr Katz calls these “volatile sulfur compounds” (VSC), and the ‘fix’ is fairly complex, but concurrently it is simple. Everything you obviously need to do is stop the bacteria/protein mix from creating the odorous VSC. Just how this is done is by adding “oxygen” to the surroundings they live in (tongue/throat). By adding oxygen, the end result is the formation of a “Sulfate”, without any odor or taste.
If this all sounds too scientific, you then need to read the FREE Bad Breath Bible. This ebook explains bad breath in simplistic terms, and demonstrates just how simple a negative breath solution can be. The perfect solution is can be as simple as changing from a soap-filled toothpaste that dries the mouth area out, to one that truly assists in converting odorous sulfur compounds into odor-free/taste-free sulfate. You brush your teeth everyday, so it’s not like you need to change you habits to enjoy this bad breath solutio