Bad breath often interferes with careers
|By Dr. Harold Katz - Bad Breath Expert|
SUMMARY: Many people avoid investing in their oral health. They think that if they brush twice a day they will be fine. Any extra expenditure is seen as a potentially poor investment.
Posted: October 28, 2010
Many people avoid investing in their oral health. They think that if they brush twice a day they will be fine. Any extra expenditure is seen as a potentially poor investment.
However, experts say that spending money to improve your oral health may pay off in the end. By getting rid of your bad breath and other potentially embarrassing hygiene conditions, you may be setting yourself up for future career and personal success.
Marketing professionals will tell you that perception is reality. It may not matter how effectively you perform your responsibilities at work. If the rest of your coworkers and supervisors see you as an unclean, sloppy person who always has bad breath and looks disheveled, they are more likely to perceive you as incompetent.
This may make it harder for you to get raises and promotions. The potential problems that simple hygiene issues like halitosis pose to your career may be great.
However, fixing this situation may be simple. The specialty breath freshening products offered by TheraBreath may help end your halitosis and get you back on the fast track at work. It is one investment that is likely to pay off.