5 ways to survive if you forget to "brush your teeth"

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04 Apr 2024
5 ways to survive if you forget to "brush your teeth"

      Because life is full of unexpected events, some people may rush so much that they forget to brush their teeth. Bad breath can be a confidence killer for many, especially those who have to interact with people. The solutions to cleaning your mouth often tend to be quite similar when you forget your "toothbrush." Today, we have 5 survival tips if you forget your "toothbrush."

  • Find Some Cinnamon: If you don't have a toothbrush, try finding some hot water and dissolve a teaspoon of cinnamon in it. You can usually find cinnamon in most coffee shops near the office. Drink it and swirl it around your mouth. It's better than just rinsing with plain water or using your finger alone.
  • Eat Crunchy Fruits and Veggies: Eating fruits and vegetables with firm textures can help clean your teeth effectively while you chew. Apples, carrots, and celery, for example.
  • Sip on Tea: The flavonoids in tea have properties that can inhibit bacteria, helping to prevent tooth decay and gum disease, and even reducing bad breath.
  • Stay Hydrated: Try to drink a glass of water every hour to help wash away bacteria, prevent tooth decay, and reduce bad breath.
  • Chew Sugarless Gum with Xylitol: Chewing sugarless gum with xylitol can help stimulate saliva production, wash away bacteria, and neutralize acids in your mouth.

      Most bad breath is caused by leftover food particles that get stuck in hard-to-reach areas between your teeth. There's really no substitute for brushing your teeth properly in the long run. So, in regular situations, don't forget to brush your teeth correctly and schedule regular dental check-ups.

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