Keeping the teeth and mouth clean is the best way. Of course certain illnesses can cause bad breath but outside that good oral hygiene is the best was and keeping teeth in good condition. Gargling at night (at least) kills all the nasty germs and said to be good for the heart not allowing all the bad bacteria from the mouth down but I think it may help prevent morning breath, I certainly always do. Mornings before heading out is not a bad idea either. I love citrus or cinnamon.
1. Brushing twice daily and flossing
2. Use a fluoride mouth rinse with antiseptic ingredients
3. Drink sufficient amount of water daily (6-8 glasses)
4 .Breath from your nose not your mouth
5. Visit your dentist for professional cleaning at least every 6 month.
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