Ever wish you had a bad breath detector?
Like wouldn’t it be great if there were a little device that you could carry in your pocket to blow into when your breath is questionable.
I’m pretty this would be a hit since it’s really hard to know what your breath smells like just by blowing into the palm of your hand.
The reality is we’ve all experienced bad breath at some point and we will all likely experience it again.
If you’re not practicing good dental hygiene by skipping out on flossing, you’re leaving food particles from your last meal stuck in between your teeth.
Brushing can’t get into hard to reach places, so if you’ve been relying on Crest toothpaste to get the job done, it’s time to stop.
Plaque builds up overtime and leads to halitosis…
Commonly referred to as bad breath.
There are various causes of bad breath – ranging from smoking to poor dental hygiene to digestive disorders.
Identifying the cause is a must in order to resolve the problem and masking the order with Trident gum or mints are only temporary fixes.
Not only are they weak solutions, they often lead to the problem worsening over time since the sugars in both act as food for bacteria.
Regardless of the cause, managing mouth odor requires managing mouth bacteria.
In addition to flossing, brushing, and visiting the dentist regularly, many health care professionals recommend oil pulling for bad breath.
This ancient practice is performed daily using pure, unrefined coconut oil.
It’s been around for thousands of years, originating in India and quickly gaining popularity in other parts of the world.
Studies have shown that oil pulling reduces mouth bacteria, even better than an anti-bacterial mouthwash, and its been shown to be an effective natural treatment for reducing bad breath.
One study even demonstrated oil pulling to be equally as effective as chlorhexidine on halitosis and bacterial organisms that are associated with bad breath. (1)
Halitosis is an embarrassing problem…
That will affect everyone at least once in their lifetime and the cause varies depending on the individual.
Although unhealthy digestion, smoking, or eating disorders may be the underlying reason for bad breath, the main source is typically incorrect oral hygiene.
In fact, it’s the number one reason since not taking proper care of your oral cavity produces an ideal environment for bacteria to thrive.
The mouth acts as an incubator for bacteria and people need regular dental cleansing if they want to eliminate nasty odors.
When decaying food particles, bacteria, and plaque get trapped in the mouth, a foul smell is produced – you know the kind that makes you want to place your hand over your mouth and say “excuse me, I’ll be back.”
Unfortunately, some individuals suffer from halitosis even though they do their best to practice healthy dental hygiene.
Sometimes daily flossing and thorough brushing aren’t enough to capture bacteria and food particles, which get stuck between the teeth.
This is where oil pulling comes in, a practice so simple yet so powerful for deep cleansing the oral cavity.
Oil pulling takes about 20 minutes to do and is best practiced on an empty stomach.
By swishing raw, all-natural coconut oil in the mouth for a short period of time, the bacteria and plaque are pulled into the oil.
The oil while its being swished around the mouth sucks up food particles that are wedged between the teeth.
There’s no longer a need to scrape your tongue, chew gum that contains aspartame or use a strong mouthwash that contains harsh chemicals.
Rinsing with Listerine like it’s your job only temporarily resolves the problem anyways.
Oil pulling is a simple practice that not only improves the smell of your breath, it also whitens your teeth and prevents oral diseases from developing in the first place.
Researchers have demonstrated that using raw coconut oil to cleanse the mouth is an effective natural way to kill bacteria that causes halitosis.
By performing oil pulling on a regular basis combined with brushing and flossing, you know that you’re doing all that you can to take care of your teeth at home.
This natural, non-toxic form of freshening your breath offers many other health benefits as well.
Feel free to read some of our other articles discussing the positive effects of oil pulling.
We’re sure your dentist will be impressed with your smile at your next dental appointment.
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