Some professionals need to be mindful of halitosis

By - Bad Breath Expert

SUMMARY:  Halitosis is not something that affects certain people in their day-to-day life. Perhaps they work outdoors, or rarely interact with other workers. However, many other individuals simply cannot avoid getting up close and personal with their colleagues or customers, making any degree of bad breath a significant problem.

Posted: August 30, 2010

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halitosis is not something that affects certain people in their day-to-day life. Perhaps they work outdoors, or rarely interact with other workers. However, many other individuals simply cannot avoid getting up close and personal with their colleagues or customers, making any degree of bad breath a significant problem.

For example, most types of doctors find themselves in situations in which they are leaning in close to their patients during the course of a physical examination. While this violation of personal space may be necessary, the situation could be made extremely uncomfortable for the patient if their doctor has bad breath.

Physicians are occasionally warned about these issues when they are going through their training. Many are aware of the problem, but it is something even the most attentive doctor can lose track of. Perhaps the physician eats some garlicky food for lunch. If they are not thinking of their breath, it could be easy to head back into the exam room with offensive breath.

If you are in a profession that requires frequent face-to-face interaction, like doctors, you may want to check out TheraBreath's line of specialty breath freshening products.

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