National Fresh Breath Day is an awareness day about the importance of fresh breath which ultimately contributes to personal wellness. Fresh Breath Day’s objective is to educate people on how to achieve and sustain fresh breath.
National Fresh Breath Day 2017
National Fresh Breath Day 2017 will be celebrated on a Sunday, August 6th.
Every year, National Fresh Breath Day is celebrated on August 6.
National Fresh Breath Day Origin
National Fresh Breath Day’s origin has no definite roots. However, Fresh Breath Day is an opportune time for you to examine your breath condition and uproot any causes for a bad breath.
Bad Breath—What Causes it?
Halitosis, or bad breath simply put, is among life’s personal problems. Why is that? Logically, it reflects personal hygiene and lifestyle. When one neglects proper dental hygiene, indulges in alcohol drinking and cigarette smoking, it will be evident on his breath.
Halitosis is also caused by sulphur compounds by accumulated bacteria which are left on mouth and in between teeth. Thus, it is necessary to brush and floss teeth properly and regularly to avoid any food remnants in mouth which will eventually engender such bacteria.
National Fresh Breath Day: Happy Fresh Breath Day to You!
Fresh Breath Day is a favorable circumstance for you to visit your dentist. It will be the time for your teeth to be properly cleaned and flossed.
First, brush not only your teeth but also your tongue regularly. Why? There are some bacteria, if not correctly brushed away, will continue to live on tongue. So after brushing your teeth for three minutes, take time to brush your tongue gently as well.
Second, hydrate your self. Drinking lots of water will definitely avoid the bacteria from building up in your mouth. Make it a habit to drink lots of water as it not only does good to your overall health, it will help you avoid bad breath.
If you abide by these basic guides, you will have added points in your dealings. Happy Fresh Breath Day to you!
National Fresh Breath Day 2018
National Fresh Breath Day 2018 will be celebrated on a Monday, August 6.