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How Often Should I Use Mouthwash?

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Everyone knows oral health is important, but most people don’t realize that maintaining your oral health is not just something you get over with in the morning. In fact, taking care of your oral health is an activity that you need to be taking seriously each and every day.

This is proven by the fact that about 3.5 billion people suffer from oral diseases worldwide, with 75 percent of people in some countries suffering from oral problems. And solving these problems is not something that can be done with a few swipes back and forth of a toothbrush each morning. (1)

But here’s the good news: there is a way you can not only BOOST your oral health throughout the day, but also PROTECT your teeth and gums from bacteria and oral disease at night. And the best way to do this is with ALL-NATURAL MOUTHWASH, and knowing how you should be using your mouthwash is the first step to achieving GREATER ORAL HEALTH you’ll be proud of.

In this blog we talk about the importance of ALL-NATURAL MOUTHWASH, and how often you should be using it each day!

 

WHY MOUTHWASH?

Chances are, you've used mouthwash at some point in your life. But not many people realize why they’re using it, or the importance of mouthwash for improving and maintaining their oral health. And these benefits go well beyond just freshening your breath.

In fact, mouthwash not only lessens plaque buildup that can form in your mouth, but also diminishes the amount of bacteria that can accumulate there. And the best ALL-NATURAL MOUTHWASHES also contain amazing ESSENTIAL OILS that not only assist in building your oral health, but the rest of your bodily health too! (3)

But perhaps one of the least-known reasons you should be using mouthwash is the amazing effect it has on your gums and gum health. In fact, each time you use mouthwash, you’re killing the bacteria that releases the acids that causes gum irritation and gingivitis, which form the beginning foundations of gum disease. (4)

 

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Now that we know using mouthwash is important, let’s talk about how often you should use it. The first thing to know is that mouthwash needs to be a part of your everyday routine. Doing so before or after brushing or flossing will only KILL MORE BACTERIA and make your ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE ROUTINE even MORE EFFECTIVE.

 

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But here’s what makes mouthwash such an effective tool in achieving better oral health: you can easily use mouthwash throughout the day too. In fact, you should feel free to use mouthwash after lunch, after a snack that can cause smelly breath, or even after sugary treats that can leave behind the bacteria that causes cavities. (6)

And when using your mouthwash, be sure you’re using it the right way. Be sure you’re gargling for a minimum of 45 seconds, swishing it around the rear of your throat as well as your mouth. And also remember: don’t rinse afterwards. This might undo much of the benefits of the mouthwash. (7)

 

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THE RIGHT MOUTHWASH

 

Now that we know the importance of using mouthwash and how to use it, we need to talk about the right mouthwash you should be using. And this begins with choosing mouthwash that’s ALCOHOL-FREE. This is because mouthwashes with alcohol can actually harm the mucous in your mouth – the same mucous that protects and shields you from irritants that cause cancer.

Alcohol-based mouthwashes can also cause dry mouth, which can actually cause bad breath and counter many of the reasons you’re using mouthwash in the first place. This vicious cycle can lead to long-term oral health problems that wouldn’t have existed if you’d simply opted for ALL-NATURAL ALCOHOL-FREE MOUTHWASH. (8)

 

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It’s also important to distinguish between the two types of mouthwash on the market today – therapeutic and cosmetic. Many over-the-counter mouthwashes are simply cosmetic, meaning they function for one reason – to cover up bad breath. The right ALL-NATURAL MOUTHWASHES are therapeutic, meaning they also eliminate bacteria and germs that can fester in your mouth. (9)

 

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Though most people use mouthwash twice a day after brushing their teeth, it is a good idea to always carry some mouthwash on you, as it is much more convenient than carrying around floss and a toothbrush. But when you do choose to use mouthwash mid-day, don’t let its effects wash away by eating or drinking. In fact, it’s best to wait 30 minutes to drink or eat after using mouthwash.

It’s also important to know what’s best for your mouth. This means that people with dry mouth should avoid alcohol-based mouthwashes, as well as identify those areas of their oral health that need improvement. Using an ALL-NATURAL MOUTHWASH with essential oils like CINNAMON and TEA TREE will help kill the bacteria that causes tooth decay, while preventing the buildup of dangerous plaque. (11)

Many people use mouthwash to soothe their gums and prevent cavities, but here’s a fact that may shock you: overusing over-the-counter mouthwashes can lead to canker sores, teeth stains, and even mouth sensitivity. To avoid these potential problems, consult your dentist and opt for SAFER and ALL-NATURAL ALTERNATIVES. (12)

 

 

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Sources:
  1. https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/oral-health
  2. https://www.who.int/publications-detail-redirect/9789240061484
  3. https://www.westenddental.com/blog/is-mouthwash-necessary/
  4. https://paulcaputodds.com/five-reasons-you-should-consistently-use-mouthwash/
  5. https://utknoxvilledentists.com/why-brushing-flossing-and-mouthwash-are-important-for-oral-health/
  6. https://roydental.net/blog/how-much-mouthwash-should-i-use-in-a-day/
  7. https://dg-dentistry.com/how-often-should-i-use-mouthwash/
  8. https://www.watertowerdentalcare.com/blog/2016/10/can-use-much-mouthwash
  9. https://www.impeccablesmiles.com/how-often-use-mouthwash
  10. https://dentalstore.com/blog/mouthwash/
  11. https://www.desmoinesdentalcenter.com/blog/proper-use-mouthwash/
  12. https://www.ismileva.com/how-often-should-you-use-mouthwash/
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