Saturday, 31 January 2009

Your 2 Year Old Has Bad Breath (Halitosis)

Your 2 Year Old Has Bad Breath (Halitosis)

Sweet Smelling Breath, Of Course! Bad Breath in Children, I Don't Think So!

Your Child's Sweet Smelling Breath Could be Cause for Concern

Yes, it does happen. Children do get bad breath and this may be more common than you think. We tend to think that children don't get bad breath because the most common causes of bad breath are found in adults, like gum diseases, post nasal drip and having unhealthy habits like drinking and smoking.

Bad breath in children may be as simple as having stinky or morning breath. Or, maybe it has something to do with what they have recently eaten. In these cases, bad breath can be easily remedied and there is nothing to really worry about. But, if you notice that your child has a sweet smelling bad breath, then you may have something to worry about.

A sweet smelling bad breath is one of the symptoms of diabetes. Along with this sweet odor your child may also have a sweet smelling urine, very dry skin and may experience dehydration along with frequent urination. If left unattended, the disease may grow to become serious.

It is always best to consult your doctor as soon as possible if you feel your child has these symptoms. Simply masking the odor won't make ... Read more

Discover how I cured my nasty Bad Breath here.

Your 2 Year Old Has Bad Breath (Halitosis)

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