Bad Breath No More – 16 Ways To Cure Bad Breath

Bad Breath No More! Most cases of bad breath (halitosis) result from oral anaerobic bacteria. These anaerobic bacteria, specifically Gram-negative anaerobic bacteria, produce byproducts that smell appalling. During daytime, saliva rich in oxygen helps to wash the mouth naturally, hence, eliminating the accumulation of bacteria. However, at night, salivation reduces thus facilitating a favorable environment for bacteria to accumulate. The result is a chemical environment that ranges from mildly acidic to mild alkaline which promotes faster thriving of anaerobic bacteria consequently leading to bad odor. Statistics show that about one-third of people with halitosis have gum disease. The bacteria squirm

Bad Breath No More – 16 Ways To Cure Bad Breath

Bad Breath No More! Most cases of bad breath (halitosis) result from oral anaerobic bacteria. These anaerobic bacteria, specifically Gram-negative anaerobic bacteria, produce byproducts that smell appalling. During daytime, saliva rich in oxygen helps to wash the mouth naturally, hence, eliminating the accumulation of bacteria. However, at night, salivation reduces thus facilitating a favorable environment for bacteria to accumulate. The result is a chemical environment that ranges from mildly acidic to mild alkaline which promotes faster thriving of anaerobic bacteria consequently leading to bad odor. Statistics show that about one-third of people with halitosis have gum disease. The bacteria squirm

 
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