Bad Breath: Everyone Might Encounter in Life

Domestic and foreign literatures report that people with bad breath in the crowd account for about 20% to 50%. In other words, at least one person in every 5 people has bad breath, making people feel unpleasant when speaking.

This situation seems to be more common among white-collar workers in urban areas. Assume when a manager listens to your report, or when your team members listen to your work arrangement, or when the client listens to your presentation, it is not because of what your say that drive them up the wall but because of your bad breath. According to reliable research, the bad breath rate of white-collar workers in Shanghai was as high as 33.2% in 2016. Indeed, bad breath can negatively affect the social activities in most cases. People can feel the “inconvenience” caused by bad breath in many workplaces, reducing work efficiency and personal image.

Bad breath, also known as halitosis, is a symptom in which a noticeably unpleasant breath odour is present. It can result in anxiety among those affected. It is also associated with depression and symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder. In order to say farewell bad breath, here are three tips:

  1. Take regular dental cleaning and inspection
  2. Use effective mouthwash, toothpaste, and the treatment of oral diseases to reduce the number of pathogenic bacteria in the mouth and improve the problem of oral odor
  3. For the treatment of bad breath caused by health problems other than oral cavity, it is necessary to consult the department of Internal Medicine and/or Otolaryngology for further examination

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