The Best Bad Breath Spray For Getting Rid Of Halitosis

Get Rid Of Your Disgusting Breath With A Bad Breath Spray And Why Rinsing And Brushing Is Not Enough

There are many people with bad breath who think that drinking a lot of water, brushing their teeth and cleaning their tongue will be enough to get rid of their disgusting breath. For some people, these things might be enough but for many others they will have to look for another course of treatment.

However, before we get into the most effective treatments for really bad breath, we should fully explain what causes breath problems. The anaerobic bacteria that are found in the mouth, teeth, beneath the surface of the tongue, back of the throat, and in the tonsils create the awful-smelling volatile sulfur compounds (VSC’s) that are responsible for disgusting breath.

Bad Breath Spray should go on the Back of the TongueOn the left is a picture of a tongue. As you can see from regions D, E, and F on the picture, it is easy to reach the front of your tongue. Many people use the TheraBreath Mouthwashes and Toothpastes to clean the mouth, teeth and front part of the tongue. But how do you treat the odors that come from further back in Regions A, B, and C, the very back of the tongue, deep in the throat, or in the tonsils? These areas are not only hard to reach but they also contain the most bad breath bacteria and odors.

It can be hard to reach the areas deep down in the throat if you are just gargling with a mouthwash. Many people find that a ‘Gag Reflex’ kicks in (this happens automatically in most people when something – anything – touches a sensitive area in the back of your throat and tongue).

bad breath sprayIn response to this exact concern, the TheraBreath Fresh Breath Throat Spray was created to deal with this problem. It uses a patented extended reach spray nozzle to extinguish the bad breath germs located at the difficult to reach areas at the back of your tongue and throat. It is 7.5cm long and it has a swiveling, extended head which holds down the tongue and sprays the potent Therabreath formula directly on the bacterial breeding ground located in the back of the tongue and throat. It contains Aloe Vera, Green Tea and Xylitol. It does not use alcohol or sodium lauryl sulfate which can make your halitosis even worse. It is the only patented Extra Strength formula that can literally reach the part of your throat and tongue that no other formula can touch.

Many people have said that they have always felt something stuck in their throat and they think that their breath and taste disorder was responsible for that uncomfortable feeling. This spray was designed to solve that problem.

Please remember that for chronic conditions, the only way to prevent the anaerobic bacteria from creating VSC’s is through daily use of an oxygenating line of products such as the TheraBreath Oral Rinse and Toothpaste. For specific instructions on how to do this, see this article Bad Breath Treatment Instructions.

As with all of the Therabreath formulas, the Extinguisher Spray passed all tests at the San Francisco clinic with flying colors. It’s made those test patients extremely happy, especially since many of the chronic or “lingering” cases involve odor production that may be beyond the reach of just rinsing and tooth brushing (which should still be part of everybody’s daily regimen.)

It’s especially useful for patients with:

1. Chronic Bad Breath who want extra relief throughout the day
2. Light, occasional breath or taste disorder, who want instant relief without an overbearing strong minty taste or smell
3. Dry Mouth sufferers, whose tongue tends to become “extra sticky” as the day goes on

The TheraBreath Extinguisher Spray is small enough to carry in your pocket, purse, or briefcase, so that you can even use it before or after your favorite garlic dish.

I hope you can now see how a breath spray (especially one that actually reaches the source of bad breath) can help you regain your confidence.

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