It’s common to wake up with bad breath, mainly because sleep produces less saliva, allowing microbes to thrive.
Bad breath is a very embarrassing phenomenon. I don’t know if you have the experience that when someone is talking to you, you suddenly smell bad breath, but out of politeness, you are too embarrassed to say it, so you can only move to the side silently to avoid bad breath. Bad breath can not only cause you to be shunned, it can make you afraid to talk to others and even put you in a bad mood.
A lot of people have bad breath in the morning, and statistics show that one in four people have bad breath. The cause of bad breath has a lot to do with bacteria in the mouth. Bacteria in your mouth release volatile sulfur compounds by digesting food residues, which can make for a disgusting smell of decay. When the human body after a night of rest, some of the water in the body will be lost, this will lead to bad breath in the mouth.
What about bad breath after getting up in the morning?
Rinse your mouth
A simple way to relieve bad breath is to gargle after meals. Bacteria in the mouth need to break down food particles left in the mouth after eating, releasing halitosis gas. So we timely gargle after a meal, can wash away the residue of food, so that it directly blocks the decomposition of bacteria, naturally will not produce bad breath phenomenon.
If you find your bad breath is very serious, and even rinsing with water does not work, then you might as well use mouthwash containing antibacterial antibacterial ingredients, which can effectively kill bacteria. However, mouthwash is not recommended for long-term use and should be used under the guidance of a professional.
A cup of tea
Drinking tea is also a way to relieve bad breath. Make tea from tea leaves at home. Tea leaves contain polyphenols, which not only have antioxidant effects, but also effectively inhibit the growth of halitosis bacteria and their ability to release odors. So often drink some tea, can effectively reduce the phenomenon of bad breath.