I wake up in the morning with bad breath and I brush my teeth every morning and night, but why does the strange smell in my mouth always linger? Is there something wrong with your body?
Why do I still have bad breath after brushing my teeth every day?
There are many reasons for bad breath. If it is because the food residues in the mouth ferment and form putrid substances, which leads to bad breath, the bad breath can generally be removed by brushing your teeth. But if you can’t get rid of bad breath after brushing your teeth, you should be alert to whether there is something wrong with your body.
If the following problems occur in the body, it is often difficult to eliminate bad breath:
1. Oral inflammation
People with oral diseases such as gingivitis, periodontitis, periodontal abscess, dental caries, and subcoronary periodontitis are often accompanied by symptoms of bad breath. When the disease is cured, the symptoms of bad breath disappear.
In addition, if you do not pay attention to oral hygiene, such as not rinsing your mouth after meals, not brushing your teeth at night, not brushing your teeth carefully, etc., it is usually easy to aggravate oral diseases. Therefore, patients should pay attention to good oral hygiene.
2. Digestive tract disease
If you suffer from gastrointestinal reflux disease, constipation, gastroenteritis, and other gastrointestinal diseases, you will usually have symptoms of indigestion, and if the food stays in the stomach for too long, it is easy to produce an unpleasant taste and exhale from the mouth. . Therefore, it is recommended that everyone should pay attention to avoid spicy, greasy, stimulating and other foods, avoid smoking and drinking, eat more vegetables and fruits, drink more water, maintain smooth bowel movements, and ensure gastrointestinal health.
In addition, it is also recommended that patients with bad breath go to the hospital’s gastroenterology department for a blow test to determine whether they are infected with Helicobacter pylori because Helicobacter pylori infection often produces an unpleasant odor in the mouth.
3. Nasopharyngeal disease
If the body has a healthy oral cavity and no obvious morbid symptoms in the stomach and intestines, it is recommended that patients with bad breath go to the hospital to check whether they have sinusitis, nasal polyps, pharyngitis, tonsillitis, and other nasopharyngeal diseases, because the inflammation of the nasopharyngeal and throat will also Emit unpleasant gas, exhaled from the mouth.
All in all, there are many reasons for bad breath. It is recommended that patients with bad breath should investigate the cause in time, treat it symptomatically, and strive to get rid of bad breath as soon as possible. In addition, patients with bad breath must be diligent in brushing their teeth. Brushing their teeth in the morning and evening is the most basic. After brushing their teeth, use a tongue scraper to clean their tongues. You should also regularly wash your teeth to remove tartar and allow your teeth to “survive” in a clean environment.