Sinus Drainage and Bad Breath

Tact, wisdom and perfect physical presentation are the ideal qualities everybody sought for in modern and advance society. Who wants to be left behind? Anyone seeking it must go with the trend. Attaining perfect presentation comes along fragrance. Fresh breath is on the top of its list. However unpleasant breath problem can ruin everything.

Bad breath, when at its worst is referred to as Halitosis, is a medical problem most people set aside or even neglect. Because of limited information people tend to neglect its occurrences supposing it as after result of not brushing teeth or flossing. It may be true but the basis is very shallow. This problem is primarily caused by bad bacteria that build up in our mouth. Bacteria build up are caused by and not limited to leftover food debris and even sinusitis problem. Although there are other reasons of its occurrence ranging from the food we eat to poor oral hygiene and other medical problems such gum disease, and both types of diabetes, among others.

Another cause is sinus drainage. In order to treat this understanding its nature is the key. Sinus cavities are pairs of hollow cavities in the front skull that connects to nasal passages where mucus and air exchange. Sinusitis happens when the sinuses are irritated and inflamed. Bacterial, viral or fungal infection and allergies may trigger the inflammation. Because of the inflammation mucus flow into the nasal passages are block. The accumulation of mucus creates a humid and wet environment suitable for fast bacterial reproduction. As by product these anaerobic bacteria releases sulphur compounds which smells very foul. The same compounds that rise off in dead animals and spoiled foods. Since the sinuses are connected to the mouth occurrences of sinusitis cause odor breath problem.

Treating sinus drainage bad breath can be done by taking pills to suppress sinusitis, or allergen for allergies. To always have perfect physical presentation perfect remedy is the solution and this can be attained by identifying first what really is the cause of the problem.