Zenyum shares the secret on how to have fresh breath all the time!

15 June 2023

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Having fresh breath is not only important for your oral health, it can also boost your confidence and increase your overall well-being. Learn how you can keep your breath fresh every day!

How do you get fresh breath naturally?

As simple as it sounds, some of us may forget that this is one of the most important ways to have fresh breath! With saliva playing a primary role in keeping your mouth moist, not drinking water prevents saliva formation and can contribute to bad breath. It’s best to stay hydrated by keeping a bottle of water close by your side throughout the day. This helps you keep your mouth moist and ensure your breath always remains fresh. 

What causes bad breath even after brushing?

Sometimes, our breath may not smell good even after we have cleaned our teeth really well. Some possible reasons include:

Cavities and gum disease

Underlying oral health issues may be preventing you from having the freshest breath. This is because bacteria that causes bad breath can hide in cavities, or in deep pockets caused by gum disease. As it’s hidden in places you can’t reach, it may be difficult to keep those areas clean, resulting in bad breath even after brushing. It’s best to seek help from a dental professional if you are experiencing such oral health issues.

Dry mouth

If your saliva glands don’t produce enough saliva, this may result in a condition called dry mouth, which can result in more bacteria buildup on your teeth. Some medications, tobacco and alcohol use can increase mouth dryness. 

How can I have fresh breath all day long?

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Want your breath to smell ridiculously good? Here are a few ways to keep your breath fresh every day. 

Brushing and flossing

A good oral care routine keeps your breath smelling wonderful every day. An electric toothbrush can help you achieve a deeper clean, and also helps remove plaque more effectively so your breath can smell better. Together with your power brush, use a pea-sized amount of toothpaste to clean your teeth. The trick is to focus on one section of your mouth for 30 seconds at a time when brushing. Don’t forget to floss daily too! Water flossers are a great help in removing food particles found in hard-to-reach areas, and can improve the quality of your breath. 

Clean your tongue

Not cleaning your tongue well can increase your chances of having bad breath. Using a textured tongue cleaner on your brush head is a convenient way of removing any accumulated bacteria on your tongue. All it takes is one simple step to keep your breath smelling fresh all day long!

Watch your diet

Certain foods, such as onions, garlic, and spicy foods, can leave a lingering odour in your mouth. It’s best to limit your consumption of such foods, especially before you attend important meetings (or if you’re going on a first date!). Instead, it’s much better to consume fresh fruits and vegetables, which can help cleanse your mouth naturally and contribute to fresher breath.

Fresh breath is always a good thing

With these tips in mind, and the right oral care products within your reach, you too can have a fresher, cleaner smile today! Fresh breath not only gives you better oral health, it also gives you more confidence to do the things you love. So, take charge of your breath, and embrace the power of a naturally fresh smile!

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