How to combat your bad breath, now that you smell it under your mask

Wearing a face mask will keep you and others safer when you have to leave the house. That’s the good news.The bad news is that you now realize you suffer from halitosis. More than 80 million people suffer from chronic halitosis, or bad breath, according to Know Your Teeth.Although bad breath can happen because of a medical infection, diabetes, kidney failure or a liver malfunction, the most common reason is poor oral hygiene.When food particles are left on your teeth or tongue, the bacteria cause odors in your mouth.Here are five ways to combat bad breath and make wearing a mask a more pleasan…

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