Bad breath typically originates in the mouth, where bacteria are always present. When you eat, small pieces of food get stuck in your teeth. Bacteria grow on these pieces, releasing foul-smelling sulfur compounds.
The most common cause of bad breath is poor dental hygiene. If you don’t brush and floss often, the bacteria in your mouth continue to grow, and a thin film of bacteria known as plaque builds up on your teeth. When plaque isn’t brushed away at least twice per day, it produces a foul odor and leads to another smelly process, tooth decay.
You need to do this trick if you want to get rid of bad smell in your breath.
How to do it?
- Brush your teeth as usual.
- Scrub your tongue too.
- Pass the toothbrush on your palate.
- Rinse your mouth thoroughly.