GERD symptoms are a very common digestive system disorder that can cause bad breath. The most common GERD symptoms are chronic heartburn (a burning pain in the lower chest), caused by acid reflux. Reflux (stomach acid or contents building up or splashing up into the esophagus or even the mouth)
Likewise, can all bad breath be cured?
Since mouthwashes only temporarily mask and do not eliminate the odor-causing bacteria, they too are not an effective chronic halitosis treatment. Tongue scraping, together with proper oral hygiene is the most effective “common” treatment against the causes of halitosis.
How do you get rid of bad breath quickly?
Try these simple steps to make your mouth feel fresh and clean.
- Brush and floss more often.
- Rinse your mouth out.
- Scrape your tongue.
- Avoid foods that sour your breath.
- Kick the tobacco habit.
- Skip after-dinner mints and chew gum instead.
- Keep your gums healthy.
- Moisten your mouth.
What does it mean when your breath smells like poop?
A "fishy" breath, which may smell like ammonia or urine to some, is a sign of kidney or liver failure. This scent is also sometimes categorized as "mousy." A "fecal" breath, that is, breath that smells like feces, could mean that the bowel is obstructed. It could also be a side effect of prolonged vomiting.