Talk to your friends about bad breath

By - Bad Breath Expert

SUMMARY:  It may be one of the most uncomfortable conversations you can have with a person. How are you supposed to tell your friend, loved one or colleague that they have bad breath? The news suggests that the person does not take care of them self or that they are somehow unclean. It is a conversation no one wants to start.

Posted: September 24, 2010

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It may be one of the most uncomfortable conversations you can have with a person. How are you supposed to tell your friend, loved one or colleague that they have bad breath? The news suggests that the person does not take care of them self or that they are somehow unclean. It is a conversation no one wants to start.

However, it can be an extremely important one. Most people who have halitosis are unaware of their condition. This is because it is virtually impossible to smell your own breath. If no one tells a halitosis sufferer that their breath smells bad, they may go through their entire life without ever becoming aware of the problem.

So, if you have a person in your life who regularly has unpleasant breath, you may want to consider alerting them to the situation. By becoming aware of their problem, they may be able to take steps to eliminate it.

Suggesting constructive methods for fixing bad breath problems may be one way to make the conversation go more smoothly. It will help you avoid coming across as judgmental. You may consider suggesting products from TheraBreath, which can be effective at ending halitosis.
 

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