Coffee's bad breath stain

By - Bad Breath Expert

SUMMARY:  If you're the type of person who can't make it through the day without several cups of coffee, you are not alone. Millions of Americans rely on a morning cup of joe to get their day started and prepare to face the world.

Posted: July 29, 2010

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If you're the type of person who can't make it through the day without several cups of coffee, you are not alone. Millions of Americans rely on a morning cup of joe to get their day started and prepare to face the world.

However, if you are in this category, you may be harming your career prospects and damaging your chances of finding a relationship. Coffee is known to contribute to halitosis, and going through your day with the smell of java on your breath is not the best way to get noticed in a positive light.

The main reason that coffee causes bad breath is because it dries out the mouth. Caffeine can be dehydrating and people who consume a lot of it are more prone to experience xerostamia, the medical term for chronically dry mouth.

When your mouth has no saliva, less bacteria is being swept away. This can enable microbes to grow out of control and contribute to bad breath. If you are an inveterate coffee drinker you may benefit from TheraBreath's line of breath freshening products. These may help you end halitosis and improve your social standing.

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