Is Bad Breath Ruining Your Social Life? Don’t Worry. There’s Hope.
We’ve all experienced halitosis, or, what is more commonly known as bad breath. Most of us wake up with it, or we eat something with garlic and try not to stand too close to anybody for the rest of the day. But that type of bad breath is easily solved with brushing your teeth, a mouth rinse, or a piece of gum.
Up to 50 million Americans suffer from chronic bad breath, a condition that isn’t easily taken care of with a toothbrush.
Chronic bad breath is a unique health concern because it doesn’t only affect you and your own body, but everyone around you.
We all know what it’s like to talk to someone who has bad breath. You probably try and get out of the conversation as quickly as possible.
Bad breath can have disastrous effects on your social life. In fact, a survey conducted by the popular dating website Match.com found that 43% of those surveyed reported that fresh breath was the most important thing to have before a first date.
On a more serious note, if you suffer from chronic bad breath, you probably find yourself more reluctant to spend time with other people, kiss your partner or be close to someone. This could be causing you emotional distress. According to the Bad Breath Institute, 57% of those who suffer from chronic bad breath report feelings of depression.
This is when bad breath is more than simply an annoyance, it’s a hazard to your physical and emotional health.
So what can be done?
To find a solution to a problem, you have to first identify the cause. Chronic halitosis can be caused by a number of things including smoking and tobacco products and gum disease. But one major cause of chronic bad breath is dry mouth.
Saliva is critical when it comes to having fresh breath. It washes away bad bacteria in the mouth, it neutralizes acid in the mouth and it washes away dead cells that can accumulate on the tongue and cheeks. But if you suffer from dry mouth, then you are not producing enough saliva and, therefore, bad bacteria, acid and dead cells are just sitting in your mouth and on your tongue, letting off unpleasant odors. Hence, chronic bad breath.
If you suffer from chronic halitosis due to dry mouth, there is hope.
Since the problem is rooted in saliva production, the solution is in increasing your saliva production. You can do this by making sure you drink enough water, staying away from antihistamines and other medications that cause dry mouth and by using a product that supports healthy saliva flow, like HYDRALIEF™.
HYDRALIEF™ is different from other dry mouth products because it has a dual-action formula that both lubricates the mouth and supports natural saliva flow, freshening your breath in a way that regular brushing and flossing can’t.
We here at HYDRALIEF™ don’t want you to suffer from chronic bad breath because we know you don’t have to. You don’t have to become a social recluse. You don’t have to feel self-conscious or avoid getting close to the people you love. You don’t have to feel depressed because you worry about being around people.
There is hope for bad-breath sufferers. Click here to request a free sample of HYDRALIEF™ today. We’re confident that once you try it, HYDRALIEF™ will get you back to your regular social life, and your regular self.