cleaning the bad breath

Halitosis is not listed as a disease in modern stomatology, so there is no clear conclusion on it. A widely accepted theory among the people is from traditional Chinese medicine, that is, this bad breath is caused by "intestinal and stomach heat or stomach fire". However, many Western doctors have questioned it. Since it is gastrointestinal fever or indigestion that causes odor, according to the physiological characteristics of the human body, how can this odor go upstream and run from the stomach to the mouth? Of course, there is reason for this doubt! So is it Chinese medicine that is wrong?

In fact, no one here is wrong, but there are misunderstandings in understanding. Traditional Chinese medicine can not be understood intuitively by modern medical concepts. The "intestine" and "stomach" in traditional Chinese medicine refer not to specific human organs, but to the whole digestive system, and the mouth is the beginning of the whole digestive system. In traditional Chinese medicine, "fire" or "heat" is a phenomenon of "hyperactivity" in describing a function. Digestive bacteria and digestive enzymes in the mouth make food digested initially during chewing. This digestive-assisted bacteria and enzymes are particularly "hyperactive" in the high acidity environment of the mouth, thus digesting all organic substances in the mouth, such as food residues, including saliva organic nutrients, in depth. Subsequently, the digested substance is very comfortable when exposed to air. Easy to oxidize into decaying substances.

1. Halitosis patients are prone to constipation, hemorrhoids and so on.

2. If halitosis patients are not treated in time, the condition of gastritis, gastric ulcer and enteritis will often be significantly aggravated.

3. The number of E.coli in the intestine of patients with halitosis is at least 200 times higher than that of other populations.

4. The number of Roxiella pylori in halitosis patients is at least 150 times higher than that in other populations.

5. If halitosis patients are not treated in time, the number of oral bacteria will be greatly increased, and periodontitis, gingivitis and oral ulcer occur frequently.

6. Among the gastrointestinal diseases closely related to halitosis, the most serious are gastric cancer and gastroparesis. In the investigation of patients with gastric cancer and gastroparesis, it was found that the halitosis of these patients generally reached the depth standard.