Your bad breath and anxiety or depression could possibly be related! Discover why and what to do.
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0:00 Introduction: Do anxiety and depression cause bad breath?
0:50 Your mood and your microbiome
2:32 Why does your microbiome affect your mood and vice versa?
5:15 What to do for anxiety and depression
6:55 Try my video on what to do for panic attacks and anxiety!
There’s an interesting relationship between your mood and your microbiome—let’s discuss it.
When an individual is in a state of chronic anxiety or depression, their microbiome changes—and their breath changes too.
For this reason an individual with chronic stress, anxiety, or depression can develop halitosis or bad breath. These mood changes may also cause an increased risk of periodontal infections and disease.
On the flip side, when an individual takes an antibiotic or antifungal and wipes out their microbial population, it might probably dramatically affect their mood and breath. Psychosis, depression, anxiety, and panic attacks are all potential uncomfortable side effects of antibiotics.
There’s a spike in cortisol when an individual experiences stress and anxiety. Cortisol suppresses the range of microbes you could have and paralyzes your immune system. Chronic elevation of cortisol destroys your microbes and affects your breath.
Your body has a fancy group of friendly bacteria, yeast, and fungus that each one work together. You would like the precise ratios of them to keep up a healthy body. Sauerkraut and kefir are implausible foods you may eat to assist promote a healthy ratio of bacteria, yeast, and fungus.
Overall, your mood can affect your microbes, and your microbes can affect your mood. The standard of your breath is directly related to the balance of your microbes.
What to try for anxiety and depression:
• Take vitamin D (for depression)
• Take vitamin B1 (for anxiety)
• Get outdoors
• Do physical work outdoors
• Try indoor mountaineering
• Change your eating regimen (get on the Healthy Keto eating regimen)
• Do intermittent fasting
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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps explain what causes bad breath during anxiety or depression. I’ll see you in the subsequent video.