Morning Breath – What You Should Know

January 4, 2008

Morning breath is such a common form of halitosis that it’s safe to say virtually everyone suffers to some extent from this type of bad breath. Several factors, including the reduced production of saliva during the overnight hours, contribute to morning breath. This reduction in saliva promotes a dry, oxygen-depleted environment in the mouth that supports the growth of bacteria that produce the chemical compounds responsible for bad breath.

Learn more about morning breath, including how to prevent it, at “How to Stop Morning Breath in Less Than 45 Seconds Per Day”.


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