"If people take the advice (in this special report), they can quickly eliminate their bad breath problem… and should enjoy excellent dental health for an entire life-time." —Dr. Paul Keyes, Professor of Periodontology, Temple University
If you’re desperate to cure your bad breath, but are sick-and-tired of spending your hard-earned money on expensive mouth-washes, breath mints, and other dental products that simply don’t work, then pay very close attention to the following…
You might think there’s nothing worse than having bad breath—and you’re right. In fact, it’s probably one of the MOST embarrassing problems anyone can have because, when you suffer from bad breath, you make other people feel physically sick!
Bad breath, which is also known as halitosis, is full of unhealthy (and potentially-dangerous) chemical compounds that combine to produce the odor we recognize as bad breath. However, they are pretty smelly by themselves too. Some of the most common "ingredients" found in bad breath are…
Note that these chemicals are all given off by things that can cause disease or infection. And that’s exactly how the human brain sees them too. In fact, for that very reason, it has evolved to recognize their distinctive smells instantly, and, when it does, it switches to ‘survival mode’ right away, and literally FORCES your body to isolate itself from whatever it sees as the source of danger.
It does that by making you recoil (to move you away), scrunching the nose up (to constrict the nasal passages, blocking any further noxious smells), and by making you gag (to prevent you swallowing anything). If you do inhale or swallow too much of those chemicals, you then feel nauseated, and may even vomit (to remove them from your body). In other words, you feel physical disgust!
If you have bad breath, that reaction probably sounds familiar! Other people turn away… step back… and cover their nose and mouth when you’re nearby because the ‘contents’ of your breath are literally sickening them! Even if they personally like you, their brain sure doesn’t – instead, it actually sees you as a DANGEROUS THREAT to their health and well-being… maybe even their life!
A few years back, the British Dental Association in England commissioned a public survey in which bad breath was rated as the MOST unattractive feature any person could possibly have. It even beat stale body odor to the top of the list! And the results were the same for all sexes and age groups; there was no variation whatsoever. Everybody was equally repulsed by it!
Think about why that might be so: Even if you have it yourself, do you like to be near other people with bad breath? You might otherwise like them enough to try to ignore it… but your brain simply won’t let you.
The same problem exists in the work-place: Your colleagues might to too polite to say it to your face, but it doesn’t mean they don’t talk about it behind your back. Consider these very unflattering comments by an office-worker about one of his co-workers who had bad breath:
Could somebody be saying stuff like that about YOU? It’s quite possible… but, even if you haven’t heard anything like that before, I’m guessing you don’t want to give anyone the opportunity to say it in the future. Most people don’t, and that’s why a massive industry has built up around "controlling" the problem of bad breath. In fact, the exact figures involved are astonishing: Americans alone spend nearly $2 billion a year just on toothpaste; nearly $1 billion on mouth-washes and rinses; another $1 billion on toothbrushes and dental floss; and more than $625,000,000 on breath-freshener alone. That’s nearly $5 billion dollars each and every year!
While there are some very powerful products on the market that tackle the symptoms of bad breath very effectively, they do little (or nothing) to address the root-cause. The net effect of this is that you have to continue using these products, some of which cost up to $100.00 a month, again and again, year after year… forever!
Yet another problem is that, when you… Read more…