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  1. Halitosis: Webster's Timeline History, 1949 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2009-04-16
  2. Halitosis - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by Health Publica Icon Health Publications, 2004-01-09
  3. Questions and Answers About Oragenital Contacts: A Compilation of Data Showing What Oragenitalists, Including Fellatorists, Cunnilinguists, and Others, Think of Their Critics with Halitosis by D.O. Cauldwell, 1950
  4. The Four Bubbas of the Apocalypse: Flatulence, Halitosis, Incest, and... Ned
  5. Stop Halitosis Forever - Cure Halitosis Simply and Naturally by Barry Lemay, 2010-08-04
  6. Curing Halitosis The Natural Way by JayKay Bak, 2009-07-18
  7. Curing Halitosis The Natural Way: Natural Cures For Halitosis!AAA+++ by Manuel Ortiz Braschi, 2010-06-06
  8. Beating bad breath: Your complete guide to preventing and eliminating halitosis by Richard A Miller, 1997
  9. Halitosis Harry by Chrissie Hammond, 2010-05-19
  10. Bad Breath Secrets - What Your Doctor Didn't Tell You About Halitosis
  11. The Bad Breath Secrets - What My Doctor Told Me About Halitosis
  12. Curing Halitosis The Natural Way: Natural Cures For Halitosis! AAA+++
  13. Optical bio-sniffer for methyl mercaptan in halitosis [An article from: Analytica Chimica Acta] by K. Mitsubayashi, T. Minamide, et all 2006-07-28
  14. End Bad Breath & Chronic Halitosis Today

1. Halitosis - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
halitosis, oral malodor (scientific term), breath odor, foul breath, fetor oris, fetor ex ore, or most commonly bad breath are terms used to describe
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Classification and external resources ICD R ICD DiseasesDB ... MeSH Halitosis, oral malodor (scientific term), breath odor, foul breath, fetor oris, fetor ex ore, or most commonly bad breath are terms used to describe noticeably unpleasant odors exhaled in breathing – whether the smell is from an oral source or not. Halitosis has a significant impact — personally and socially — on those who suffer from it or believe they do ( halitophobia ), and is estimated to be the 3rd most frequent reason for seeking dental aid, following tooth decay and periodontal disease
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    In most cases (85-90%), bad breath originates in the mouth itself. The intensity of bad breath differs during the day, as a function of oral dryness , (which may be due to stress or fasting ), eating certain foods (such as garlic onions meat fish and cheese smoking and alcohol consumption Because the mouth is dry and inactive during the night, the odor is usually worse upon awakening ("morning breath"). Bad breath may be transient , often disappearing following eating, brushing one's teeth flossing , and rinsing with specialised mouthwash Bad breath may also be persistent (chronic bad breath), which is a more serious condition, affecting some 25% of the population in varying degrees.

2. Oral Health Topics: Bad Breath (Halitosis)
This page provides current information about Bad Breath (halitosis) as it relates to the public.
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Overview What you eat affects the air you exhale. Certain foods, such as garlic and onions, contribute to objectionable breath odor. Once the food is absorbed into the bloodstream, it is transferred to the lungs, where it is expelled. Brushing, flossing and mouthwash will only mask the odor temporarily. Odors continue until the body eliminates the food. Dieters may develop unpleasant breath from infrequent eating. If you don't brush and floss daily

3. Bad Breath, Halitosis
Bad Breath treatment. Cure halitosis quickly and permanently. Simple and inexpensive remedies.
Bad Breath Halitosis Treatment
Have you experienced any of the following?
  • Your bad breath is interfering with your social or professional success.
  • You frequently have a bad taste in your mouth.
  • People step back from you when you are talking to them, or they avoid direct contact with you.
  • Somebody has commented on your bad breath, or offered you mints or chewing gum. You experience a white or yellow film on your tongue.

If you answered yes to any of the above you likely have a chronic bad breath problem. The good news is that at the Center for Breath Treatment where we have been treating halitosis since 1996 we have a highly effective treatment that has a 99% success rate , and we have treated more than 9,000 patients since 1996. Bad breath is a problem that is shared by millions of people across the country. Until recently, there really has not been an effective scientific approach to diagnosing and treating bad breath or chronic halitosis conditions. Treatment for bad breath or halitosis in our clinic. Home treatment kits for treating bad breath. Bad breath treatment.

4. Home Remedy For Bad Breath, Bad Breath Cure, Halitosis Cause, Halitosis Symptom
Home remedies for bad breath. Bad Breath cure. halitosis cause, halitosis symptoms, halitosis treatment and diet for halitosis.
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Bad breath cure or Home remedy for bad breath
Halitosis refers to foul or bad breath, which is not an uncommon condition. Unfortunately, most people who offend in this respect are completely unaware of their problem.
Halitosis symptom
Bad breath
The most obvious sign of bad breath is when you smell your own breath! Put a handkerchief or even blow on your palm and smell. If the smell is odorous, you have bad breath.
Halitosis causes
Halitosis Symptoms, Causes, Remedy and Diet
Diseased gums, dental decay
The most common cause of bad breath (halitosis) is diseased gums. Dental decay at the roots of the teeth may result in abscesses in the gums with foul-smelling pus, giving an objectionable odour to the breath. Even small holes in the teeth may provide a place where germs can multiply and release foul odours.
Conditions of nose, throat and Respiratory tract
Other causes of bad breath are conditions of the nose, throat, respiratory tract, or stomach which are associated with chronic infection or local upsets of one sort or another, such as chronic tonsillitis, lung diseases like chronic bronchitis and bronchiectasis, chronic gastritis, and sinusitis which causes a discharge at the back of the throat. Many cases of bad breath, however, are caused by gastro-intestinal disorders, intestinal sluggishness and particularly by chronic constipation.
Home remedy for bad breath (Halitosis)
Halitosis home remedies and natural cures, Questions and answers

5. What Does The Term Halitosis Mean? Methods For Testing For Halitosis.
halitosis is a synonyn for bad breath. Dental researches have a number of ways to test for halitosis.
What is halitosis? / Testing for halitosis.
What does the term halitosis mean?
Just in case you are wondering, halitosis is medical terminology for bad breath. Halitosis is derived from the Latin word "halitus," which means breath, and the Greek suffix "osis," which means condition.
How do you test for halitosis?
Researchers have for tried to develop scientific methods that can quantify the severity of halitosis. This is because a human's sense of smell, at least for research purposes, introduces too many variables. It's easy to understand how an olfactory appraisal of halitosis might vary from one individual tester to another. But research has also shown that any one tester's evaluation of a single person's halitosis will be inconsistent too. This variance is due to factors such as hunger, menstrual cycle, head positioning, and the number of consecutive times the tester has been exposed to an odor. Several types of scientific apparatuses have been borrowed from other scientific fields or specifically designed to quantify degree's of halitosis. The list of these tools includes gas chromatographs, sulfide meters (Halimeters), and chemiluminescence detectors

6. Chronic Halitosis
I would like to know what can be done about chronic halitosis. My dentist can find no reason for it,and advised me to see a doctor.
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Newsgroups: I would like to know what can be done about chronic halitosis. My dentist can find no reason for it,and advised me to see a doctor.My doctor found no cause,and referred me to an ear,nose and throat specialist. He found nothing definite,but did suggest surgery to open my breathing pasages,which was done. Other seemingly related symptoms are a coated tongue and sometimes an irritable-bowel syndrome.I have eliminated most caffeine to help that problem. This is my only serious health problem,and its an embarrassing an frustrating one. Is there some way to find the cause? Answer - Chronic halitosis (offensive or foul breath) has multiple causes. While the symptom may seem more of a nuisance and an embarrassment it can occasionally be a sign of serious, even systemic illness. Halitosis may be normal or physiologic. This would be typically seen in so called "morning breath" which results from enzymatic breakdown of cellular proteins and amino acids. Other physiologic origins of halitosis include hunger, dehydration, or it may be related to the ingestion of certain foods.

7. Halitosis (Bad Breath) --
Information about halitosis from the American Academy of Family Physicians.
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What causes bad breath?
Most bad breath (halitosis) comes from something in the mouth. Food sticks between your teeth, around the gums and on your tongue. If you don't brush and floss your teeth every day, this food can rot. The rotten bits of food cause a bad smell in your mouth. Rotten food also helps bacteria to grow in your mouth. This bacteria can cause gum disease, or gingivitis. Gingivitis also causes bad breath.
The things you eat and drink affect your breath. Common examples of foods and beverages that may cause bad breath include onions, garlic, cheese, pastrami, certain spices, orange juice and soda. Once food is digested and its oils are absorbed into the bloodstream, they're carried into the lungs. The odor is given off in your breath. Bad breath may also be a sign of a health problem. Chronic lung infections, liver or kidney diseases and diabetes are some conditions that may cause bad breath.
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8. Halitosis (Bad Breath)
halitosis is an oral health condition characterized by consistently odorous breath.
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    What is halitosis?
    Halitosis is an oral health condition characterized by consistently odorous breath. Often identifying the cause of bad breath is the first step toward treating this preventable condition.
    What causes bad breath?
    There are just as many causes of bad breath as there are sources of bacteria in the mouth. Halitosis may be caused by the following:
    • certain foods
      The things you eat contribute largely to your oral health care, including your breath. Items such as garlic and onions, or any food, are absorbed into the bloodstream, become transferred into the lungs, and become expelled in the air you breathe. Until that food becomes eliminated by the body, the potential for it affecting a person's breath is present. poor oral health care
      Without proper and consistent brushing and flossing, and routine examinations by your dentist, food remains in the mouth, which is a breeding ground for bacteria, which, in turn, causes odorous breath. Food that is allowed to collect on the teeth, gums, and tongue may cause the gums to rot, which causes an unpleasant odor and taste in the mouth. improper cleaning of dentures
      Dentures that are not cleaned properly may be collecting bacteria and remaining food particles which cause bad breath.

9. Health Library -
Continue reading the full halitosis article for more indepth, halitosis is the technical term for bad breath, a condition estimated to affect 50 to 65%

10. Halitosis - Symptoms, Treatment And Prevention
halitosis may be related to a variety of causes, including bacterial infections and medications. Some bacteria in your mouth may produce gaseous compounds
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11. Halitosis: Approach To The Patient With Nasal, Oral, And Pharyngeal Symptoms: Me
halitosis most often results from fermentation of food particles by anaerobic gramnegative bacteria in the mouth, producing such volatile sulfur compounds
Search Recent Searches Index Sections Symptoms A ... view all symptoms In This Topic Halitosis Evaluation and Treatment Back to Top Section Ear, Nose, Throat, and Dental Disorders Subject Approach to the Patient With Nasal, Oral, and Pharyngeal Symptoms Topics Introduction Halitosis Nasal Congestion and Rhinorrhea Neck Mass Pharyngitis Smell and Taste Abnormalities ... Xerostomia Halitosis (Fetor Oris; Oral Malodor) drawAdBox(adPath, numberOfAds, false); Buy the Book PDA Download Update Me E-mail alerts The Merck Manual Minute Print This Topic Email This Topic Halitosis is a frequent or persistent unpleasant odor to the breath. About 85% of cases result from oral conditions. A variety of systemic and extra-oral conditions account for the remainder. Necrotic oral or nasopharyngeal cancer is a rare cause of halitosis. Certain ingested substances (tobacco, alcohol) and foods (onions, garlic, some spices) contain volatile compounds that are released into exhaled air after systemic absorption. Rarely, sinus or pulmonary infection produces malodor of exhaled breath. This is more common if infection is caused by a nasal or pulmonary foreign body or with bronchiectasis or anaerobic lung abscess. Food trapped in a Zenker's diverticulum also causes halitosis. Psychogenic halitosis is a patient's belief that he has bad breath despite the fact that others do not perceive it. This occurs in various mental disorders and may be reported by the hypochondriacal patient who commonly amplifies normal body sensations.

12. Halitosis ... Treating Bad Breath
For those over thirty, the odor of periodontal disease is a particularly common cause of halitosis and one which is easily treated.
Halitosis - Treating Bad Breath First of all, thorough brushing to remove food particles is a daily necessity. Regular check-ups to correct problem areas: gum disease, carious teeth, faulty restorations, overhanging fillings, leaking crowns, all of which cause food traps, is a must. For those over thirty, the odor of periodontal disease is a particularly common cause of halitosis and one which is easily treated. Having made certain that your physical oral condition is as pristine as possible by brushing and flossing and proper diet and all the other good things, your method of attack is as follows.
  • Chew sugarless gum or suck on sugarless lozenges to increase saliva flow. Saliva is the mouth’s natural mouthwash; it has antibiotic elements in it which reduce the numbers of bacteria in the mouth. Sugarless gum or candy is an absolute must. I’ve seen horrible cases of decay and gum disease arise from the habit of frequently eating sugar containing foods. Some people learn how to milk the salivary glands by sucking on the cheeks or tongue. When saliva production diminishes, keep the mouth wet with a liberal intake of water. Experts advise drinking eight glasses of water a day for basic metabolic function, and it seems that keeping the mouth moist is a good way of keeping the bacterial flora of the mouth under control. Hold the water in the mouth as long as possible-minimum of twenty seconds, and swish it around to loosen food particles and other bits of debris that bacteria feed upon. The longer the water remains in the mouth the better.
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    15. MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia: Breath Odor
    If previously normal breath turns into halitosis, causes could include. Food or beverages consumed (such as cabbage, garlic, raw onions, or coffee)
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    Contents of this page: Alternative Names Bad breath; Halitosis Definition Return to top Breath odor is the scent of the air you breathe out of your mouth. Unpleasant, distinctive, or offensive breath odor is commonly called bad breath. Considerations Return to top Some disorders will produce specific, characteristic odors to the breath. A fruity odor to the breath occurs as the body attempts to get rid of excess acetone through the breathing. This is a characteristic sign of ketoacidosis , which may occur in diabetes, and is a potentially life-threatening condition. A fecal odor to the breath (the breath smells like feces) can occur with prolonged vomiting , especially when there is a bowel obstruction . It may also occur temporarily if a person has a nasogastric tube (a tube placed through the nose or mouth to the stomach to drain the stomach contents) in place. The breath may have an ammonia-like odor (also described as urine-like or "fishy") in people with chronic kidney failure Causes Return to top If previously normal breath turns into halitosis, causes could include:

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    19. Halitosis: Cause, Prevention, Treatment, Symptoms, Long-term Outlook, Complicati
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    What is Halitosis? Halitosis is bad or sour smelling breath. Bad breath can be acute (short term) or chronic (long term) depending on the cause. It may indicate the need to clean the teeth and mouth more often, tooth or gum disease, or intestinal disorders. Consult your dentist and/or physician if the condition persists. What causes Halitosis? Halitosis is usually caused by poor oral hygiene. However, it can also can be caused by retained food particles or gum disease . Proper brushing including brushing the tongue, cheeks, and the roof of the mouth will remove bacteria and food particles. In most cases, halitosis originates from the gums and tongue. The odor is caused by bacteria from the decay of food particles, other debris in your mouth, and poor oral hygiene. The decay and debris produce a sulfur compound that causes the unpleasant odor. Other causes of halitosis are: diabetes , drugs, gum disease, heavy metal accumulation, infection, liver disease , not eating, poor diet , poor dental hygiene, smoking , sulfur, stress , and tooth decay.

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