Diabetes and bad breath odor causes

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Diabetes and bad breath odor causes

Postby River » Sun Jun 05, 2016 9:43 am

What causes some of the diabetics to have a bad breath? Is it linked to bad oral hygiene or any other medical conditions? What are the causes and risk factors of bad breath? What is the natural way to get rid of this annoying health problem?

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Re: Diabetes and bad breath odor causes

Postby Nate » Sun Jun 19, 2016 12:48 am

Your breath can tell a lot about you. Depending on what it smells like a doctor can interpret it and have an idea of what is wrong with you. For diabetics it is usually caused by periodontal disease or high levels of ketones. As far as getting rid of the smell, make sure you brush your teeth at least twice a day and use mints.

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Re: Diabetes and bad breath odor causes

Postby MariaGordon » Tue Oct 25, 2016 3:24 pm

Diabetes-related halitosis has two main causes: periodontal disease and high levels of ketones in the blood.

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Diabetes and bad breath odor causes

Postby LarryknobreUttetry » Sat Nov 18, 2017 8:45 am

Hi Guys....

I have to ask from you people that What are the main causes of Diabetes which is severe diseases and cause lose of life .

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Re: Diabetes and bad breath odor causes

Postby clem24 » Mon Dec 04, 2017 10:55 pm

The best way to prevent bad breath is to have a good plaque removal regime.

Ensuring you brush and clean in-between your teeth at least twice a day and visiting the dentist regularly will help. Your dentist will be able to check for any evidence of gum disease, which can harbour bacteria and cause halitosis.

Maintaining good control of blood sugar will reduce saliva glucose levels and this together with avoiding sugary foods and drinks will help to prevent the growth of bacteria in the mouth

You should also keep your body hydrated and take steps to reduce a dry mouth.

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