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How to get rid of the bitter taste in your mouth

Monday, October 14, 2013 by: Yanjun
Tags: bitter taste, mouth, oral hygeine

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(NaturalNews) A lot of people are actually wondering why they have a bitter taste in their mouth, and many try to find ways to get rid of it. The first step to getting rid of the taste is by finding what the cause is. There are various reasons why a person could have a bitter taste in the mouth. There are dental conditions like gingivitis, some medications or even gastroesophageal reflux disease (or GERD) that can leave a bitter taste in the mouth. After a person has already pointed out what causes the taste, the following tips can be used to get rid of it.

Materials Needed and the Procedure

Here are the materials that people may need to take away the bitter taste:

  • Toothbrush
  • Mouthwash (medicated)
  • Dental floss
  • Salt
  • Cinnamon
  • Baking soda
  • Salt
  • Water
  • Citrus fruits
  • Candies (citrus-flavored and peppermint ones)

Getting Rid of the Bitter Taste

1. Brush teeth, tongue and gums at least twice a day.

Use a medicated mouthwash after brushing. After brushing the teeth, it is also important to use dental floss. This will help prevent the accumulation of bacteria between the teeth. There are some people who also get a tongue scraper to remove the bacteria that stay on the tongue.

2. Eat foods that stimulate the production of saliva.

Foods like citrus fruits can help with the production of saliva. Grapefruits, lemons and oranges help get rid of the bitter taste that is left in the mouth.

3. Use baking soda and table salt on the toothbrush to brush the teeth.

Measure equal amounts of salt and baking soda on the toothbrush and use it to brush the teeth. This can help get rid of any plaque and dental infections on the gums and teeth. This can be done twice a day.

4. If the cause of the bitter taste is GERD or indigestion, adjust one's eating time.

It is best to eat small portions of food several times a day in order to relieve the symptoms. It is best to avoid eating fried and spicy foods.

5. Drink a lot of water.

Water helps flush out any toxins that reside in the mouth, as well as reduce the amount of acids found in the stomach. This can help get rid of the bitter taste found in the mouth.

6. Use cinnamon or cloves.

For those who have cloves or cinnamon at home, a teaspoon of either of these can be placed in the mouth several times daily in order to get rid of the taste.

7. Make use of regular peppermints or breath mints.

These candies can help get rid of the bad taste in the mouth, which could be an effect of meals that are strongly flavored. If there are no mints available, citrus-flavored candies will do.

If these home remedies do not work, it is best to seek the help of one's dentist. These normal remedies are usually capable of getting rid of the bad taste. If the condition is persistent, ask the help of a medical professional or dentist for treatment.

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