12 May Understanding The Bad Taste In Your Mouth
Bad taste in the mouth is a condition commonly caused by respiratory issues, bad diet, smoking, drinking and medications. But if bad taste persists, you should see your dentist or doctor.
– You might be at risk of oral diseases like gingivitis (gum disease), abscesses and oral cancer.
– Bad taste can also indicate neurological issues, Hepatitis B, hormones during pregnancy and menopause, cancer therapy and excessive chemical exposure.
– For treatment, brush your teeth regularly, quit smoking and alcohol, minimise sugary and acidic foods, and visit your doctor.
Also, drink enough water.
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