Bad breath caused by illness
We have introduced the cause of bad breath so far, but in a sense, the most obvious cause of bad breath.
That’s a disease.
If a disease develops in the mouth, it may cause bad breath.
The best examples are gingivitis and periodontal disease.
Gingivitis is an unfamiliar word in general life.
However, it seems that many people actually experience gingivitis.
Gingivitis is a condition in which the gums become inflamed and cause swelling or redness.
As a degree, it is not a state where the medical condition is advanced, but bacteria causes inflammation due to the adhesion of dental plaque, resulting in a situation with swelling.
As a result, a little stimulation may cause blood to come out, and you may feel somewhat uncomfortable, but many people do not care too much.
Actually, bad breath has already occurred in this condition.
On the other hand, periodontal disease is a word I often hear.
CMs that complain of periodontal disease prevention on TVs etc. are flowing quite often.
However, many people do not know what kind of disease periodontal disease is actually.
Periodontal disease is actually a symptom caused by the accumulation of dental caries and plaque.
Periodontal disease is a condition in which gingivitis is further aggravated.
The inflammation progresses to the inside of the tooth, and depending on the situation, the tooth may be dropped.
As the bad breath becomes more intense and you get a rotten smell that you are aware of yourself, many people will finally notice the seriousness of what is happening in their mouth at this stage.
These diseases can be prevented in advance by treating them in advance.
Check your mouth carefully.