Smoking and bad breath! Understanding Why It Happens

When we come across people who smoke, we notice that their clothes, hair and breath also smell like smoke. Smoking and bad breath is one of the several anti-social effects of smoking, referred to as ‘smoker’s breath’.

Bad breath, also known as halitosis, is more common than you think – and if you’re a smoker, chances are you already suffer from one.

The Top Reasons You Suffer from Bad Breath

Here is why smokers have a bad breath –

Though we don’t really encourage smoking, but if you do want to smoke, spare others from the smoker’s breath. Your bad breath could actually be driving away people.

Here is how you can curb smoker’s breath –

E-cigarettes are also another way to avoid the foul smell. But then, there aren’t many takers for them right?

On a cautionary note, bad breath is a sign of future dental conditions. Less saliva means your mouth is more susceptible to dental issues.

If you are a smoker and experience bad breath, a visit to your dentist would be a great investment for your oral health.


Author
Bello Dental

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