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How To Stop Morning Breath In Less Than 45 Seconds Per Day

by Dr. Harold Katz, Founder of The California Breath Clinics

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Stats About Morning Breath
Approximately 35 percent of the world's population has a chronic, noticeable breath condition which usually leads them to seek help from a professional (which may often be incorrect.) This first group has bad breath concerns 24 hours a day, including, taste disorders, dry mouth, and of course morning breath...

Another 35 percent of people are "borderline" -- meaning that their breath seems fresh throughout the day, but they can easily reach "chronic" levels -- if they eat certain foods (dairy, alcohol, sugars), after taking medication (antihistamines, antidepressants, high blood pressure medication) and always when they wake up -- in other words, morning breath.

The remaining 30 percent rarely worry about their breath. The only exceptions are when they eat garlic and onions, or upon wakening -- in other words, morning breath...

So what's going on with morning breath? The thing is, just about EVERYONE has morning breath to some degree or another!

As we sleep throughout the night, our salivary glands slow down (for some older people, they shut down completely!) because our brain knows we are not eating. This slowdown, combined with the constant flow of air over our palate (for those of us who are snorers or mouth breathers) makes for a very DRY environment on the tongue, within our oral cavity and in the throat (the breeding grounds of the anaerobic sulfur-producing bacteria that cause bad breath and taste disorders).

This creates an environment that is very conducive for 'morning breath'. (Saliva is nature's way of protecting us from bad breath, because healthy saliva contains high concentrations of oxygen - the natural enemy of anaerobic bacteria.) So if you get morning breath after a good night's sleep, don't worry -- you're not alone!

But what most people don't know (and this includes most medical and dental professionals), is that morning breath is NOT something that you have to live with.

AktivOxigen Products A better and easier way is to stop the production of volatile sulfur compounds by the bacteria that create morning breath -- and this is exactly what Therabreath AktivOxigen Tablets are designed to do! Visit the official Therabreath web site to learn more or purchase.

To use the tablets, just dissolve 1 or 2 tablets (depending on the severity of the problem you are trying to correct) in regular tap water in the included 8 oz. mixing bottle. Shake well for about 10 seconds and you will have a powerful, unflavored oral rinse that will destroy the bad breath bacteria on contact.

What makes this rinse so effective is that you can actually swallow the resulting solution and slowly let it run down the back of your throat and tonsils. If you do this right before bedtime, this coats your throat for the entire night and virtually eliminates morning breath.

Therabreath AktivOxigen Tablets are easy to use and affordable -- and they are the best way we know for the average person to rid themselves of morning breath.

Also, for those of you who suffer from Tonsiloliths (that's the scientific term for those nasty odorous globs growing deep in the crypts of your tonsils) or congested sinuses will find instant relief from using the combination of AktivOxigen Tablets and Nasal Drops. Thera Breath Plus Nasal-Sinus Drop are potent drops you put in your nose that slowly trickle through your sinuses and down your throat destroying the bad breath bacteria on contact. Visit the official Therabreath web site to learn more or purchase.

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