Morning breath can be the scourge of romantic relationships. After sharing a night together, there are few things worse than when your partner leans over the next day for a good morning kiss and their breath smells like a rotten version of last night's dinner.
However, the problem can be difficult to treat. While we are sleeping, we tend to swallow less. This allows odor-causing bacteria to build up in the mouth, resulting in an unpleasant case of halitosis the next morning.
Additionally, some people breathe through their mouths while they are asleep more than they would when they are awake. This creates a warm, dry environment that is ideal for the growth of bacteria.
So the next time your partner has bad breath in the morning, don't blame them or criticize too harshly. Morning breath is a common problem that is difficult to avoid, and you may seem hypocritical if you also unwittingly share the problem.
Instead, try suggesting that you both head to the bathroom to rinse the smell out with TheraBreath's line of specialty breath freshening products.