Overcome Mouth Odor which is the "Main Specter" When Fasting
During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims around the world will undergo a routine fasting.
However, when its worship of the most common complaints is bad breath.
This condition in medical terms is called halitosis.
What causes bad breath and how can it be prevented?
Causes of bad breath broadly classified into that, cause local and systemic causes.
cause is a factor of the mouth itself, while the causes are systemic
causes of diseases or disorders caused by hollow organs.
For example, diabetes, smoking, kidney disease and stomach disorders.
In the human mouth there are many different kinds of bacteria.
Therefore, the number of bacteria to be controlled as well as the conditions that cause them to grow to be eliminated.
Among the factors leading to the growth of bacteria such as poor oral hygiene.
It can be caused by routine and brushing techniques are not appropriate.
addition, the condition of the tongue is dirty, there are cavities in
the gums, gum disease caused by plaque and tartar, and other causes.
oral hygiene and the sort of food that will be consumed at dawn and
breaking indeed one of the most effective ways to prevent bad breath
However, it should not forget the intake of mineral water, vegetables, or fruits also support this.
Consumption of fruit is very good for preventing bad breath, especially the natural ones.
However, not all types of fruits recommended for consumption.
Therefore, it is advisable to choose fruits that contain lots of water.
Examples such as watermelon, oranges, yam, and some other fruits that have a high water content.
in selecting the fruit remains consume the attention of health
conditions, such as the orange is not good for ulcer patients.
If you do not like to eat fruit that can be an alternative is to process the fruit into juice.
From this answer can be summed up tips on maintaining oral health during fasting:
1. After breaking and dawn, brush your teeth and tongue thoroughly.
2. Drink water at least up to the glass during Iftar and Suhoor.
3. Reduce foods that contain lots of sugar to prevent tooth decay.
4. Use mouthwash abti bacteria that do not contain alcohol.
5. Increase consumption of fruits that contain high levels of water to ward off bad breath.