Dear Friend’s Name
A friend who cares would like you to know that you have bad breath. Please don’t be offended - lots of people suffer from bad breath and are unaware of it! We are human and sometimes stink, but on behalf of your friend we would like to share some information that will be useful to your problem:
Halitosis (bad breath) is typically caused by poor dental hygiene. However, other factors may be involved, including gum disease, tooth decay, heavy metal buildup, infection of the respiratory tract (throat, lungs, nose, and windpipe), improper diet, constipation, smoking, foreign bacteria in the mouth, indigestion, inadequate protein digestion, liver or kidney malfunction, postnasal drip, stress, and too much unfriendly bacteria in the colon. Halitosis can also be caused by a buildup of toxins in the gastrointestinal tract, salivary gland disorders, chronic bronchitis, sinusitis, or diabetes. Dieting, alcohol abuse, or fasting can cause bad breath as well. “Morning breath” results from dehydration and reduction in the amount of saliva, which is needed to wash away bacteria in the mouth.
Hey, sometimes bad breath happens to a good person. But don’t let the bad breath be the kiss of death to your social life (literally!).
Most cases of halitosis can be addressed by simply practicing good dental hygiene, but since bad breath could be the sign of a serious dental/health problem we encourage you to consult with your healthcare provider.
For more info, go to the Causes at ineedtotellyou.com where you can learn about all the different possible causes of bad breath.