Halitosis

Halitosis, or bad breath, can be caused by tooth decay, smoking, gingivitis (see above), indigestion (seepage 234), tonsillitis, sinusitis (see page 226), or fasting. To test whether your breath smells, breathe into the cupped palms of your hands and inhale. SELF-HELP Avoid foods and drinks that leave a strong odor behind or cause indigestion. If you smoke, stop. Visit your dentist regularly and practice good oral hygiene.

Halitosis associated with tooth decay and gingivitis

Breath and sweat smell offensive Excessive production of saliva, which dribbles on to the pillow during sleep Tongue is yellow and thickly coated

Bad Breath

Bad Breath

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