Although some may think that proper oral hygiene is enough for breath to always be fresh and minty, different medical conditions can also cause foul smelling breath. For example, having a bad case of dry mouth can lead for your breath to smell like it could wilt about a thousand roses. Saliva is a vital component in keeping the mouth healthy. Bacteria are an ever present substance in your mouth. Even if you do brush your teeth every after meal, bacteria still form and proliferate inside your mouth. Breathing through your mouth is just one of the more simple causes of dry mouth.
Some of the symptoms include a sticky feeling inside the mouth, cracked lips, dryness in the throat, difficulty with chewing and swallowing, and of course bad breath. Treatment for dry mouth and some of its symptoms can be found in a book called Bad Breath Bible.
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